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PBS NewsHour full episode, Jan. 23, 2023

PBS NewsHour full episode, Jan. 23, 2023

Monday on the NewsHour, a community is seeking answers after a shooting at a Lunar New Year celebration left several dead. President Biden is expected to choose a new chief of staff as his administration is mired in the classified documents scandal. Plus, Florida’s governor blocks a new Advanced Placement course on African American studies for high school students.

PBS NewsHour full episode, Jan. 19, 2023

PBS NewsHour full episode, Jan. 19, 2023

Thursday on the NewsHour, the U.S. hits its borrowing limit, forcing the Treasury to take measures to avoid default while Congress wrangles over raising the debt ceiling. A new program allows American citizens to sponsor people fleeing violence and oppression. Plus, scientists lay out the environmental and health effects associated with gas stoves as they become the subject of national debate.

PBS NewsHour full episode, Jan. 17, 2023

PBS NewsHour full episode, Jan. 17, 2023

Tuesday on the NewsHour, China’s population decreases for the first time in 60 years, highlighting a demographic crisis that could alter the global economy. A Republican candidate who lost his election is arrested for orchestrating shootings targeting Democratic officials in New Mexico. Plus, victims of human trafficking in Nepal who were forced to sell their organs share their harrowing stories.

Nightly News Full Broadcast - Jan. 12

Nightly News Full Broadcast – Jan. 12

Garland appoints special counsel to investigate Biden’s handling of classified documents; Tornadoes in Southeast cause widespread destruction; FAA contractors may have caused travel meltdown, Buttigieg orders review; and more on tonight’s broadcast.

PBS NewsHour full episode, Jan. 12, 2023

PBS NewsHour full episode, Jan. 12, 2023

Thursday on the NewsHour, inflation slows but rising prices force many Americans to go further into credit card debt. The Justice Department appoints a special counsel to investigate potentially classified documents found at President Biden’s home and former office. Plus, Iranians protesting the government’s oppressive regime refuse to back down despite the threat of arrest and execution.

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Nightly News Full Broadcast - Jan. 11

Nightly News Full Broadcast – Jan. 11

FAA system meltdown causes thousands of flight delays nationwide; Biden aides find second batch of classified documents; GOP members call for George Santos to resign; and more on tonight’s broadcast.

PBS NewsHour full episode, Jan. 11, 2023

PBS NewsHour full episode, Jan. 11, 2023

Wednesday on the NewsHour, airlines scramble to get back on track after an FAA glitch grounds thousands of flights. Russian mercenaries battle for territory in eastern Ukraine as Western nations promise more weapons to aid the country’s defense. Plus, the attack on Brazil‘s government by a far-right mob raises concerns about how extremism in the U.S. has spread abroad.

PBS NewsHour full episode, Jan. 10, 2023

PBS NewsHour full episode, Jan. 10, 2023

Tuesday on the NewsHour, as their first orders of business, House Republicans take aim at the IRS and what they consider government overreach. The Biden administration proposes income-driven repayment plans for student loans while plans to cancel some of the debt are held up in court. Plus, Navy veteran Mark Frerichs explains what his freedom means to him after being held hostage in Afghanistan.

PBS NewsHour full episode, Jan. 9, 2023

PBS NewsHour full episode, Jan. 9, 2023

Monday on the NewsHour, mass arrests in Brazil after thousands stormed government buildings in support of the defeated far-right president. President Biden meets with his counterpart in Mexico City as the U.S. announces a strategy shift at the southern border. Plus, Navy veteran Mark Frerichs describes being held hostage by the Taliban in his first interview since his release.

Kyiv dismisses Russia's claim hundreds of Ukrainian soldiers killed in Kramatorsk

Kyiv dismisses Russia’s claim hundreds of Ukrainian soldiers killed in Kramatorsk

Ukrainian officials on Sunday dismissed Moscow’s claim that a large number of Kyiv’s soldiers were killed in a Russian attack last week in Kramatorsk, eastern Ukraine. A CNN team on the ground has seen no indication of any massive casualties in the area. There is no unusual activity in and around Kramatorsk, including in the vicinity of the city morgue, the team reported. CNN’s Ben Wedeman and Nina dos Santos report.

PBS NewsHour full episode, Jan. 4, 2023

PBS NewsHour full episode, Jan. 4, 2023

Wednesday on the NewsHour, infighting among House Republicans blocks the confirmation of the next speaker for a second straight day. From California to New England, huge swaths of the country face intense winter weather, including so-called “atmospheric rivers.” Plus, South Korea raises concerns about U.S. security guarantees as the North increases missile testing.

PBS NewsHour full episode, Dec. 28, 2022

PBS NewsHour full episode, Dec. 28, 2022

Wednesday on the NewsHour, western New York digs out of many feet of snow as the death toll steadily rises and more flights are canceled. The mayor of Jackson, Mississippi, again declares an emergency after cold weather damages the city’s water system. Plus, a movement by non-profits, politicians and the workers themselves aims to decriminalize the sex trade in Thailand.

PBS NewsHour full episode, Dec. 19, 2022

PBS NewsHour full episode, Dec. 19, 2022

Monday on the NewsHour, the Jan. 6 committee holds its final session to recommend criminal charges against former President Trump for the Capitol attack. Nations reach a historic agreement to protect biodiversity and encourage sustainable practices but the threat of climate change still looms large. Plus, a new film chronicles the chaotic U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan.

Ex-Trump insiders react to criminal referral for former president

Ex-Trump insiders react to criminal referral for former president

Former Trump administration aides Stephanie Grisham, Alyssa Farah Griffin, Olivia Troye and Sarah Matthews discuss the January 6 committee’s criminal referral of Donald Trump to the Justice Department for obstructing an official proceeding, defrauding the US, making false statements and giving aid or comfort to an insurrection.

PBS NewsHour full episode, Dec. 16, 2022

PBS NewsHour full episode, Dec. 16, 2022

Friday on the NewsHour, CIA Director Bill Burns discusses the ongoing war in Ukraine and the intelligence challenges posed by China. Ahead of the January 6 committee’s final report, the Secret Service comes under scrutiny for not doing more to prevent the Capitol attack. Plus, David Brooks and Jonathan Capehart weigh in on contentious congressional budget negotiations.

PBS NewsHour full episode, Dec. 14, 2022

PBS NewsHour full episode, Dec. 14, 2022

Wednesday on the NewsHour, the Federal Reserve raises interest rates yet again in its effort to combat inflation. Congressional leaders hope to avoid a looming government shutdown with a newly unveiled budget deal. Plus, Newtown reflects on the mass shooting that killed dozens at Sandy Hook Elementary School a decade ago.

Monstrous Winter Storm Leaving 14 Million Under Alerts

Monstrous Winter Storm Leaving 14 Million Under Alerts

A massive winter storm is barreling east, leaving roughly 14 million Americans across the upper Midwest and Great Plains under winter alerts. NBC News’ Morgan Chesky has the latest on the dangerous blizzard and Dylan Dreyer has the forecast.

Coup Bomb Goes Off: Foreign Arrests Show Peril For Trump

Coup Bomb Goes Off: Foreign Arrests Show Peril For Trump

Swift arrests of coup plotters in Peru and Germany are contrasts the U.S. response to the insurrection. There are new lessons and a new push for accountability. MSNBC Chief Legal Correspondent Ari Melber reports on these arrests in democracies abroad and what it means for the DOJ probe into the Trump coup plot.

Nightly News Full Broadcast - Dec. 12

Nightly News Full Broadcast – Dec. 12

13 million people under white alerts amid dangerous blizzard in the West; FTX founder Sam Bankman-Fried arrested in Bahamas; Suspected Lockerbie bomber makes first court appearance in U.S; and more on tonight’s broadcast.

PBS NewsHour full episode, Dec. 12, 2022

PBS NewsHour full episode, Dec. 12, 2022

Monday on the NewsHour, a man accused of making the bomb that brought down a plane full of people over Lockerbie, Scotland in 1988 appears in court. A hostage negotiator recounts basketball star Brittney Griner’s first moments after being freed from Russia. Plus, a Kentucky jail works to break the cycle of recidivism that plagues inmates with substance abuse issues.

Special Counsel speeds ahead on criminal probes around Trump

Special Counsel speeds ahead on criminal probes around Trump

Newly-appointed special counsel Jack Smith is moving fast on a pair of criminal probes around Donald Trump that in recent months have focused on the former president’s state of mind after the 2020 election, including what he knew about plans to impede the transfer of power, people familiar with the matter tell CNN. CNN’s Katelyn Polantz reports.

Ukraine launches missile attack on key city

Ukraine launches missile attack on key city

Multiple explosions have been reported in the Russian-occupied city of Melitopol, Ukraine, as well as in the self-proclaimed Donetsk People’s Republic and annexed Crimea. CNN Senior International Correspondent Sam Kiley reports.

Nightly News Full Broadcast - Dec. 7

Nightly News Full Broadcast – Dec. 7

Dr. Anthony Fauci one-on-one with Lester Holt; U.S. hospitals overwhelmed by Covid, RSV and flu; Warnock beats Walker in Georgia Senate runoff; and more on tonight’s broadcast.

PBS NewsHour full episode, Dec. 7, 2022

PBS NewsHour full episode, Dec. 7, 2022

Wednesday on the NewsHour, Georgia’s incumbent senator defends his seat against his Trump-backed challenger, giving Democrats a larger majority in the U.S. Senate. Then, the Supreme Court hears a case that could give state legislatures nearly unchecked power to change voting rules. Plus, Lithuania’s prime minister discusses Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and the West’s involvement in the conflict.

PBS NewsHour full episode, Dec. 6, 2022

PBS NewsHour full episode, Dec. 6, 2022

Tuesday on the NewsHour, former President Trump’s company is found guilty of tax fraud. Then, Georgia’s runoff election for a U.S. Senate seat comes to an end after a contentious campaign. Plus, deaths from the synthetic opioid fentanyl rise dramatically among young people, prompting schools to stockpile medication to reverse overdose.

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