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The House of Representatives passed a bill to fund the government short-term while they finish work on a long-term bipartisan plan to fund the government through September. Kwame Holman reports on the details and concessions of the $1.1 trillion budget package and Gwen Ifill gets analysis from Ed O'Keefe ...
In our news wrap Tuesday, a federal appeals court set aside the FCC's net neutrality rules. Now, major Internet providers can decide what can be accessed through their networks and at what cost. Also, the tap water ban has been lifted for 35 percent of the 300,000 West Virginians who were affected by ...
Three years ago in Haiti, as the country struggled to recover from a devastating earthquake, a river near a United Nations base was poisoned with cholera; hundreds of thousands of people have been infected. Inigo Gilmore of Independent Television News investigates the allegations about the spread of ...
The U.S. and Iran have finally settled on the details of an interim nuclear deal, with talks for a final agreement slated for February. Gwen Ifill talks to chief foreign correspondent Margaret Warner about diplomatic relations going forward with Iran, including the Syrian peace efforts and pressure on ...
Secretary of State John Kerry voiced frustration with Iran's role in the Syrian civil war, ahead of upcoming peace talks in Switzerland. But some Iranian diplomatic progress has been made. Gwen Ifill reports on an interim nuclear deal that asks Iran to dial back fuel enrichment in exchange for easing ...
A group of doctors from the Commission to Build a Healthier America has issued a list of recommendations to improve health in America, noting relationships between socioeconomic status and wellness. Judy Woodruff talks to David Williams of Harvard University about the importance of laying foundations ...
It's estimated that about half of Americans over the age of 65 use the Internet. But for the other half, increasing societal dependence on digital technology threatens to leave behind those who don't go online. NewsHour correspondent Mary Jo Brooks reports on efforts to teach elders how to stay connected ...
Can the president bypass the Senate in making temporary appointments? Gwen Ifill talks to Marcia Coyle of the National Law Journal about how a local labor dispute transformed into a debate of presidential power and the Supreme Court's first time considering the Constitution's recess appointments clause.<img ...
West Virginians received hopeful news about the chemical spill that contaminated their water supply. Authorities announced they would begin to lift the ban on tap water for residents in certain areas. Judy Woodruff talks to Ashton Marra of West Virginia Public Broadcasting and Coral Davenport of The ...
In our news wrap Monday, Israel held a state funeral for its former prime minister, Ariel Sharon, who had been in a coma for eight years. Also, anti-government protesters attempted to shut down the city of Bangkok. Their goal is to derail the upcoming Thai elections and force the current prime minister ...
On a new segment called "Viewers like You," NewsHour Weekend fans have the opportunity to sound off on stories and share their opinions with anchor Hari Sreenivasan.<img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/NewsHourHeadlinesPodcast/~4/cGzc2XlhTlo" height="1" width="1" />
It’s been 50 years since the first Surgeon General’s report on the hazards of smoking. Smoking rates in the U.S. have dropped from 43 percent of all adults to 18 percent and smoking is banned in many public places. What’s the state of smoking in America today? Acting Surgeon General Boris Lushniak ...
Yale University professor Robert Shiller was one of three Americans honored with the Nobel Prize for Economics for research on how financial markets work and how assets, like stocks, are priced. Economics correspondent Paul Solman sits down with Shiller to discuss the award, irrational exuberance and ...
Recovering the losses from Bernie Madoff's enormous Ponzi scheme has been slow over the past five years. For more on the where Madoff's fraud victims are today, Judy Woodruff talks to Diana Henriques of The New York Times, who says his victims are still "living a nightmare."<img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/NewsHourHeadlinesPodcast/~4/V17EOf66AkU" ...
Five years ago, financier Bernie Madoff was arrested for running an elaborate, global Ponzi scheme that defrauded investors of billions of dollars and left many of his thousands of victims with nothing. Madoff is currently serving a 150-year sentence in prison. Judy Woodruff reports on efforts to recoup ...
Avoiding provisions that sharply divide the two parties, budget negotiators reached a deal to fund the government for two years. Kwame Holman reports on reaction to the deal. Judy Woodruff talks to Steven Rattner of Willett Advisors, Douglas Holtz-Eakin of the American Action Forum and Romina Boccia ...
Clintondale High School outside Detroit was one of the lowest performing schools in Michigan when they decided to "flip" their classrooms. Now, teachers record their lessons online for students to watch outside of school and class time is used to work through problems. Jeffrey Brown reports on Clintondale's ...
Since his election in March, Pope Francis has shifted the rhetoric of the Catholic Church with remarks on economic inequality and homosexuality. Gwen Ifill talks to Patricia McGuire of Trinity Washington University and Robert Royal of the Faith and Reason Institute about the Pope's significant cultural ...
In our news wrap Wednesday, HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius urged Americans who have tried unsuccessfully to shop for a plan on HealthCare.gov to try again. Sebelius also reported more than 364,000 people have signed up on the exchanges as of Nov. 30. Also, security forces in Kiev, Ukraine, withdrew ...
In 1990, Johnnetta Cole was tasked with honoring Nelson Mandela on behalf of participating schools of the United Negro College Fund. Jeffrey Brown talks to Cole, now director of the National Museum of African Art, about personally presenting Mandela with a quilt and what the former South African president ...
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