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What's at stake as Brazilians prepare to vote in highly divisive presidential election
Brooks and Capehart on response to Hurricane Ian and right-wing election wins in Europe
Crews work to help those hit by Hurricane Ian in Florida as storm moves into Carolinas
Armando Iannucci; Jodi Kantor; Hasan Minhaj
September 30, 2022 - PBS NewsHour full episode
News Wrap: European Union inflation hits 10 percent, Cubans protest lingering power outage
Hasan Minhaj joins the show.
Putin vows to defend illegally seized regions in Ukraine by 'all available means'
Journalist describes Hurricane Ian's destruction in her home city of Naples, Florida
With gentrification comes unpleasant, and sometimes violent, experiences with police.
Immigrants from El Salvador find a new home and a familiar community in Mount Pleasant.
The 1991 uprising leads to a conversation starter for a Washington, D.C. community.
Lilo Gonzalez and Roland Roebuck talk about the '91 uprising, representation and policing.
News Wrap: Data shows U.S. economy shrank in the second quarter
How Democrats and Republicans are courting Hispanic and Latino voters ahead of midterms
Hurricane Ian leaves behind catastrophic damage after tearing through Florida
September 29, 2022 - PBS NewsHour full episode
City leader describes damage caused by Hurricane Ian in Venice, Florida
Two of baseball's great hitters move toward remarkable batting records
Leah Stokes; Nina Khrushcheva; Katy Hessel; Theodore R. Johnson
Judy Woodruff honored with Emmy Lifetime Achievement Award
Theodore R. Johnson weighs in.
Companies raising salmon on land face pushback over sustainability and genetic engineering
Oklahoma City works to reform police force after Black Lives Matter protests
Russians flee to neighboring countries to avoid fighting in Putin's war against Ukraine
A preview of what's coming to America ReFramed in October 2022.
A collective memory of Mt. Pleasant's Salvadoran community and the May 1991 rebellion.
Fiona Hill; Jennifer Egan; Liz Shuler
President of AFL-CIO Liz Shuler joins the show.
FEMA administrator outlines federal response to Hurricane Ian
UN investigator outlines evidence of Russian war crimes in liberated areas of Ukraine
How firefighters' life-saving work puts them at a higher risk of cancer
News Wrap: European Union says it will retaliate against attacks on energy networks
Sen. Cory Booker on Pres. Biden's plan to improve nutrition, end hunger by 2030
September 28, 2022 - PBS NewsHour full episode
Gurnah's latest novel 'Afterlives' explores effects of colonial rule in East Africa
'Thomas and Friends' introduces Bruno the Brake Car, its first character with autism
Hurricane Ian slams Florida's west coast as Category 4 storm with 150 mph winds
September 27, 2022 - PBS NewsHour full episode
Luke Mogelson discusses his new book "The Storm Is Here."
Universities, community colleges partner to help transfer students earn degrees
Patrick Leahy; Raffaele Trombetta; Luke Mogelson
Mother has Moment of Truth that leads to her rejecting conspiracy theories she believed
New funding bill unveiled as lawmakers work to avoid government shutdown
Many Puerto Rico residents still without power more than a week after Hurricane Fiona
Tampa mayor on evacuations, storm preparations ahead of Hurricane Ian
Hurricane Ian grows stronger as it nears landfall on Florida's Gulf Coast
Chess world champion Magnus Carlsen accuses young American player of cheating