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Monday on the NewsHour, how U.S. withdrawal from northern Syria is reshaping the region's conflict. Plus: President Trump's former top Russia adviser is deposed, analysis of the Syrian battleground, House Democrats who aren't supporting the impeachme...
On this edition for Sunday, October 13, U.S. troops withdraw in Syria as the Turkish offensive escalates against the Kurds, the latest on the Trump administration and a preview of Tuesday's Democratic presidential debate. Also, a newly named North Ma...
On this edition for Saturday, October 12, the latest acting director of the Department of Homeland Security steps down, a longtime head of security at The Met discusses a new book about his extraordinary career, and in our "Future of Food " series, a...
Friday on the NewsHour, congressional testimony from the former Ukrainian ambassador further roils the impeachment inquiry. Plus: Why Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed won the Nobel Peace Prize, former United Nations ambassador Susan Rice talks U.S...
Thursday on the NewsHour, two associates of Rudy Giuliani's are arrested on charges of violating campaign finance law. Plus: California residents face frustration over planned power outage amid wildfire risk, consequences of Turkey's military assault...
Wednesday on the NewsHour, As Turkey sends troops into Syria, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo discusses international flashpoints such as China and Ukraine. Also: Returning to the Bahamas after the storm, the crisis caused by the White House refusing ...
Tuesday on the NewsHour, the White House blocks a key player in the Ukraine affair from appearing before House lawmakers. Also: The Supreme Court hears arguments on the rights of LGBTQ Americans, why Iraqi citizens are mobilizing in the face of gunfi...
Monday on the NewsHour, President Trump comes under fire from both Republicans and Democrats for abruptly announcing the removal of U.S. troops from Syria. Also: The impeachment inquiry grows as a second whistleblower emerges, Amy Walter and Tamara K...
On this edition for Sunday, October 6, a report of a second whistleblower is confirmed, and as Brexit looms, the Netherlands benefits from the "Brexodus." Also, a visit to America's most accessible playground. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.
On this edition for Saturday, October 5, the latest on the impeachment inquiry and the months-long battle between Beijing and protestors over the future of Hong Kong. Also, tourists flock to King's Landing as "Game of Thrones" lives on in Croatia. Ha...
Friday on the NewsHour, President Trump denies any wrongdoing with regard to urging foreign leaders to investigate the Biden family. Plus: Untangling the Ukraine connection to the Trump impeachment inquiry, a whistleblower complaint related to the pr...
Thursday on the NewsHour, President Donald Trump reiterates his desire for foreign involvement in investigating the Biden family, saying he might ask China about the idea. Plus: The implications of Trump's recent actions, problematic water in Flint f...
Wednesday on the NewsHour, Democrats threaten the White House with subpoenas if they don't turn over documents related to the Ukrainian affair. Also: Former Sen. Jeff Flake on the GOP's future, 2020 Democrats on addressing gun violence, China's elect...
Tuesday on the NewsHour, the president, attorney general and secretary of state are now at the heart of the impeachment inquiry that questions contacts with foreign leaders. Also: Officers in Hong Kong open fire on a young activist, fears of global s...
Monday on the NewsHour, President Trump lashes out as the impeachment inquiry moves forward and his former Homeland Security adviser raises concerns. Also: Presidential candidate Cory Booker on his self-imposed fundraising deadline, analysis from Pol...
On this edition for Sunday, September 29, China's billionaires and the country's growing wealth gap, and the impact of the Trump administration's response to the whistleblower complaint. Also, why music strikes a chord in our brain. Hari Sreenivasan ...
On this edition for Saturday, September 28, the latest on the impeachment inquiry of President Trump, and low turnout as Afghans vote in the presidential election amid Taliban violence. Also, a look at the underlying issues of U.S.-China trade relati...
Friday on the NewsHour, new details emerge about President Trump's controversial phone call with Ukraine's president and how the White House tried to suppress it. Plus: A historic Chinese infrastructure campaign builds the country's global influence,...
Thursday on the NewsHour, new details of the whistleblower complaint involving President Trump's interactions with a foreign leader further roil Capitol Hill. Plus: Reaction to the allegations of presidential misconduct from Rep. Adam Schiff and Kell...
Wednesday on the NewsHour, the White House releases a memo of the call between President Trump and the Ukranian president, now at the heart of the impeachment investigation. Also: the staggering damage of climate change on the world's oceans, struggl...