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PBS NewsHour full episode, Mar 30, 2020

PBS NewsHour full episode, Mar 30, 2020

JUDY WOODRUFF: Good evening. I’m Judy Woodruff. On the “NewsHour” tonight: the pace of the pandemic. Deaths from COVID-19 spike in the U.S., more than doubling in a matter of days, and President Trump faces the reality of an extended… Continue Reading

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As more people order delivery, workers fear virus exposure

As more people order delivery, workers fear virus exposure

JUDY WOODRUFF: More than 250 million Americans in 30 states, plus the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico, have been asked or ordered now to stay at home. While many people still go to stores in person for essentials, many… Continue Reading

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South Korea proves pandemic response requires more than money

South Korea proves pandemic response requires more than money

JUDY WOODRUFF: Now we go to South Korea to see what seems to be working in the fight against COVID-19. The government there is spending nearly $10 billion to fight the country’s outbreak. As special correspondent Bruce Harrison discovers, money… Continue Reading

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Trump poses ‘continuing threat’ to national interests, say House managers

Trump poses ‘continuing threat’ to national interests, say House managers

JUDY WOODRUFF: And we lead with the impeachment trial. Nick Schifrin begins with a look at the case for limits to the actions of the commander in chief. JOHN ROBERTS, Chief Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court: The journal of… Continue Reading

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Why Madrid climate change talks failed to deliver

Why Madrid climate change talks failed to deliver

JUDY WOODRUFF: Global climate talks in Madrid ended yesterday with little agreement on addressing what many say is the single greatest challenge facing humanity. William Brangham has more on why the talks failed to achieve nearly any of its stated… Continue Reading

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With overwhelming Conservative win, Boris Johnson can deliver Brexit

With overwhelming Conservative win, Boris Johnson can deliver Brexit

JUDY WOODRUFF: As we reported earlier, Britain has voted in its third parliamentary election since 2015. The choice was stark, and could result in fundamental changes to British policy for generations. Nick Schifrin is here with the results. NICK SCHIFRIN:… Continue Reading

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What Does Italy’s Sinking Ship Mean for the Cruise Industry?

What Does Italy’s Sinking Ship Mean for the Cruise Industry?

bjbjLULU RAY SUAREZ: We take a closer look at the accident now with Rudy Maxa, a longtime travel writer, currently contributing to National Geographic Traveler magazine. He also hosts his own show on PBS, “Rudy Maxa’s World.” And Richard Alsina… Continue Reading

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PBS NewsHour full episode September 12, 2019

PBS NewsHour full episode September 12, 2019

AMNA NAWAZ: Good evening. I’m Amna Nawaz. Judy Woodruff is away. On the “NewsHour” tonight: Ten take the stage. What to look for as the Democratic presidential hopefuls face off again in tonight’s debate. Then: on the front lines. The… Continue Reading

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Monday Likely Biggest Online Shopping Day in U.S. History

Monday Likely Biggest Online Shopping Day in U.S. History

bjbjVwVw JEFFREY BROWN: A still tentative American economy looked online today, as digital deals were to be had, and holiday shoppers lit up Web sites. Retailers had high hopes that Cyber Monday sales would add to what’s been a strong… Continue Reading