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After Martha Monsson was diagnosed with cancer, her husband lost his job and their health care. In our series of personal stories about the effects of health reform, Monsson voices support for the law's guarantee of care for those with pre-existing conditions. Mary Agnes Carey of Kaiser Health News joins ...
Technology chiefs in charge of HealthCare.gov were grilled by lawmakers on Capitol Hill about the problematic rollout of the website. Kwame Holman reports on their testimony, while Judy Woodruff talks to Mary Agnes Carey of Kaiser Health News about the lower-than-expected enrollment numbers for the insurances ...
In our news wrap Wednesday, the UN Weather Agency reported there have been 86 tropical storms worldwide, three short of the annual average since 1981. Also, according to Speaker John Boehner, the House will not act on the immigration reform bill passed by the Senate in June.<img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/NewsHourHeadlinesPodcast/~4/MHDzPeytg6E" ...
Relief supplies have been slow to reach typhoon victims due to physical obstacles slowing down delivery. The lack of aid and growing desperation have led to a "breakdown of peace and order" in the hardest hit regions. Gwen Ifill talks to Richard Gordon of the Philippine Red Cross about the challenges.<img ...
Lack of food, medicine and little access to water adds to the great sense of uncertainty among displaced and desperate typhoon survivors in the Philippines. John Irvine and John Sparks of Independent Television News file two reports from the cities of Tacloban and Ormoc about the destruction and how ...
From his first heart attack at age 37 to a full transplant in 2012, Dick Cheney says he's proud to have lived an active life despite battling heart disease. Gwen Ifill sits down with the former vice president, author of "Heart: An American Medical Odyssey," to discuss how his health concerns affected ...
News program 60 Minutes admitted it made a mistake in a segment about the U.S. consulate attack in Benghazi, which included false reports by a supposed eyewitness. Kelly McBride of the Poynter Institute and Tom Rosenstiel of the American Press Institute join Jeffrey Brown to critique the reporting and ...
Despite being happy with her health care plan, Deborah Persico of Washington, D.C., received notice that her insurance policy was being canceled. To understand some setbacks and some successes of the law, Judy Woodruff speaks with Mary Agnes Carey of Kaiser Health News.<img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/NewsHourHeadlinesPodcast/~4/eZebYRpCArA" ...
The sheer deadly power of the Philippines typhoon has cast a fresh spotlight on the question, are storms getting stronger as the planet gets warmer? To examine the science of super storms, Gwen Ifill talks to Kevin Trenberth of the National Center for Atmospheric Research and Jeff Masters of Weather ...
The intensity of Typhoon Haiyan, which sustained winds of up to 195 mph, is raising questions about the relationship between our warming planet and seemingly strengthening storms. Scientists hesitate to pin a single event to global warming, but the connection was the subject of UN climate talks in Poland. ...
In our news wrap Tuesday, the Justice Department approved a deal for U.S. Airways and American Airlines to merge into a single carrier. The airlines must meet conditions to avoid stifling competition. Also, heart experts issued new guidelines suggesting 33 million Americans should consider taking statin ...
Typhoon survivors in the hardest hit regions of the Philippines are desperate for relief, waiting in long lines for food and battling sickness while others scavenge or loot for supplies. Angus Walker and John Sparks of Independent Television News file two reports from the devastated cities of Tacloban ...
Eleanor Catton, 28, called her novel a "publisher's nightmare" for its length and complexity, but the fun she had writing it has paid off. "The Luminaries" won Catton the Man Booker Prize, making her that award's youngest winner ever. Jeffrey Brown talks to the writer about her "astrological dance" of ...
More than a million veterans of the Iraq and Afghanistan wars have used the GI bill to pursue college, but combat injuries and stress can add challenge to the transition to student life. At City College of San Francisco, a VA clinic is on-campus to support student vets and their needs. Special correspondent ...
Experts have said the success of the Affordable Care Act will depend on Americans aged 18-34 signing up. Often referred to as the "young invincibles," this pivotal, generally healthy demographic must weigh the option of signing up for coverage or paying a fine. Frederica Freyberg of Wisconsin Public ...
Talks to negotiate Iran's nuclear program stalled over the weekend when world powers failed to strike an interim agreement. Gwen Ifill talks to chief foreign correspondent Margaret Warner about whether hope for a deal is dead or alive and next goals for Secretary of State John Kerry.<img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/NewsHourHeadlinesPodcast/~4/uIac9oJdl_A" ...
Talks between Iran, the U.S. and five other world powers failed to yield an interim agreement on Iran's nuclear program in exchange for easing of some sanctions. Margaret Warner reports on how those talks fell short of a deal and the continuing efforts to keep a future agreement alive.<img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/NewsHourHeadlinesPodcast/~4/QuUD0Ir9WEY" ...
Typhoon Haiyan is the Philippines' fifth natural disaster in a single year, only adding to the relief challenges facing that nation. For insight on why relief efforts appear to be delayed and how Americans can help, Judy Woodruff speaks to Andrew Natsios, former director at the U.S. Agency for International ...
Relief workers are making efforts to deliver life-saving food and water to typhoon survivors, but there are people in cut-off communities who have not been reached. Alex Thompson of Independent Television News reports on the challenges to provide relief to some of the Philippines' most desperate victims.<img ...
In our news wrap Monday, Nasiruddin Haqqani, a senior leader of the militant Haqqani network, was shot and killed by gunmen in Islamabad. Also, Americans across the nation observed Veterans Day by paying tribute to those who served in the military.<img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/NewsHourHeadlinesPodcast/~4/OFkgufmTK2Q" ...
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