On this edition for Sunday, September 22, President Trump hits the road as international issues take center stage, the General Motors strike enters its second week, and a look at what Peru is doing to reform a gold-mining industry that has decimated part of the Amazon rain forest. Megan Thompson anchors from New York
On this edition for Saturday, September 21, the U.S. says it will provide "defense support" to Saudi Arabia, young people take the lead on climate change at the Youth Climate Summit, and Peru's government cracks down on gold mining in the Amazon. Megan Thompson anchors from New York.
Friday on the NewsHour, new details are being reported about a whistleblower complaint that might involve President Trump. Plus: Severe floods in southeastern Texas, the world's largest climate change demonstrations, why Three Mile Island is closing, political analysis from Shields and Brooks and the movie premiere of the beloved "Downton Abbey."
Thursday on the NewsHour, Rep. Adam Schiff weighs in on an "urgent" whistleblower complaint that's causing a standoff between the White House and Congress. Plus: Fallout from Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's blackface scandal, the Senate GOP's gun policy ideas, rising costs of Guantanamo Bay, economic risks of a climate crisis, a Native voice in poetry and connecting through portraiture.
Wednesday on the NewsHour, the Fed cuts its benchmark interest rate for the second time in three months to keep the economy growing. Plus: Will attacks on Saudi oil sites prompt a U.S. military response, Calif. Gov. Gavin Newsom on President Trump's change to emissions rules, Maine lobsters suffer in warming waters, mining sand in Cambodia, teens on vaping dangers and a special retirement message.
Tuesday on the NewsHour, former Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski testifies before the House Judiciary Committee -- but doesn't say much. Plus: What's at stake in Israel's second election of the year, Texas gun owners talk about universal background checks and red flag laws, how government detention can hurt children and remembering journalist and beloved NewsHour friend Cokie Roberts.
Monday on the NewsHour, a strike by 50,000 General Motors workers at plants across the country puts the brakes on production. Plus: Airstrikes on two major Saudi oil fields increase U.S. tension with Iran, Israelis go to the polls for the second time in a year, Politics Monday, the first woman of color on network late-night TV and an artist's brief but spectacular take on his unique visual medium.
On this edition for Sunday, September 15, a look ahead to this week's election in Israel, the author and physicist Sean Carroll on the existence of parallel lives, and do the recent presidential debates show a growing rift between moderates and progressives in the Democratic Party? Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.
On this edition for Saturday, September 14, the Bahamas brace as another tropical storm heads their way, the Trump administration announces federal changes to the Clean Water Act, and a legal rule that allows someone to be put away for murder even if they weren't the one who committed it. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.
Tuesday on the NewsHour, National Security Advisor John Bolton steps down amid contradictory reports about what led to his departure. Plus: Assessing Bolton's tenure in national security, gun control and other legislative priorities for Congress this fall, rodents that perform a critical safety function in Cambodia, the downfall of Harvey Weinstein and remembering photographer Robert Frank.
Monday on the NewsHour, President Trump cancels planned talks with the Taliban in the U.S., prompting questions about the outlook for peace in Afghanistan. Plus: The wreckage and turmoil left by Hurricane Dorian, the latest British political chaos over Brexit, Politics Monday, Margaret Atwood on her sequel to "The Handmaid's Tale," remembering Marca Bristo and a tribute to fallen U.S. troops.
On this edition for Sunday, September 8, after President Trump's tweet, what's next for peace talks between the U.S. and Afghanistan? Also, the latest on the aftermath of Hurricane Dorian, and a look at how the norms of masculinity are negatively impacting men and boys. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.
On this edition for Saturday, September 7, Hurricane Dorian leaves devastation and destruction in the Bahamas, the Carolina coast assesses damage as thousands remain without power, and Rwanda is seen as a model of success after the 1994 genocide, but at what cost? Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.
Friday on the NewsHour, Hurricane Dorian comes ashore in North Carolina as relief efforts in the Bahamas grapple with immense devastation. Plus: The health implications of detention and family separation for migrant children, warnings about the dangers of vaping, political analysis from Shields and Brooks and the Kennedy Center expands both its physical campus and its community approach.
Thursday on the NewsHour, Hurricane Dorian continues a path of destruction along the Carolina coast as relief efforts mobilize for the devastated islands of the Bahamas. Plus: Which DOD projects are losing money to fund border wall construction, Amazon species threatened by deforestation, mixing Mexican art and politics, migrating to save one's family and a brief but spectacular take on tradition.
Wednesday on the NewsHour, the southeastern U.S. watches as a weakened but still potent Hurricane Dorian skirts the coast. Plus: Hurricane relief efforts in the Bahamas, confusion around the UK's path to Brexit, Hong Kong drops its controversial extradition bill, Brazil's Amazon burns, what Middle America voters are saying about politics and remembering the victims of the Odessa mass shooting.
Tuesday on the NewsHour, Hurricane Dorian leaves unprecedented destruction in the Bahamas after lingering for days. Plus: How the southeastern U.S. is preparing for Hurricane Dorian, a conversation with acting DHS Sec. Kevin McAleenan, stemming Central American migration to the U.S., intensifying violence in Afghanistan, Texas copes with a mass shooting and the work of designer Alexander Girard.
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