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Katrina Adamsâ€™ journey from the tennis court to the C-suite
J&J vaccine: Fight against COVID-19 gets another shot in the arm
Shutdowns, layoffs, virtual tours: How Dutch museums are coping with COVID-19
Deirdre Fishel and CJ Johnson join the show.
Chuck Hagel joins the show.
Hatice Cengiz and Sarah Leah Wilson join the show.
Hatice Cengiz; Sarah Leah Whitson; Chuck Hagel; Deirdre Fishel; CJ Johnson; Errol Louis
Author Charles Yu on using satire to point out Asian American stereotypes
U.S. House prepares to pass a $1.9 trillion stimulus bill without a minimum wage hike
Outgoing Washington Post editor Marty Baron reflects on the state of American journalism
Brooks and Capehart on COVID relief, CPAC and President Biden's nominees
Remembering 5 extraordinary people who lost their lives to COVID-19
Biden visits Texas to survey the damage from devastating storm
Biden administration faces major foreign policy tests in the Middle East
News Wrap: FDA close to approving a third COVID vaccine for emergency use
February 26, 2021 - PBS NewsHour full episode
Errol Louis joins the show.
Attorney Andrea Martinez discusses immigration.
UChicago sociologist Reuben Miller discusses his book "Halfway Home."
Jodie Foster and Nancy Hollander discuss the new film about a Guantanamo Bay prisoner.
Rep. Linda Sanchez discusses the bill she introduced last week.
Linda Sanchez; Andrea Martinez; Jodie Foster; Nancy Hollander; Reuben Miller
February 25, 2021 - PBS NewsHour full episode
Looking back in history to help inform and improve future race relations
News Wrap: Biden says the U.S. is ahead of schedule on COVID-19 vaccinations
How a minimum wage increase could impact people's livelihoods
Rare Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. signatures found in Alabama jail logbook
Abuse in U.S. women's gymnastics program 'truly one of the tragedies of American sports'
Despite being first in line, many health care workers are delaying vaccinations
Millions of students with limited broadband access at risk of falling behind amid COVID-19
A Brief But Spectacular take on living what you teach
News Wrap: FDA reports Johnson & Johnson vaccine is effective against COVID symptoms
During Black History Month, students reflect on their modern-day heroes
After 10 years of civil war, COVID-19 takes hold in Syrian opposition's last stronghold
With a history of abuse in American medicine, Black patients struggle for equal access
Global disparities highlighted by uneven access to COVID vaccines
Sen. Jon Tester on COVID relief, minimum wage and Biden's Cabinet nominees
House nears vote on Bidenâ€™s $1.9 trillion COVID relief plan
February 24, 2021 - PBS NewsHour full episode
Samuel Burke joins the show.
David Cameron; Samuel Burke; Julia Marcus
Julia Marcus joins the show.
David Cameron joins the show.
Boston restores monument to Black Civil War troops
Mohamedou Ould Slahi, Steve Wood and Kevin Macdonald discuss "The Mauritanian."
Nadhim Zahawi and Ran Balicer discuss vaccine rollout in Israel and the UK.
Kurt Bardella assesses the state of the Republican Party.
Nadhim Zahawi; Ran Balicer; Mohamedou O. Slahi; Steve Wood Kevin Macdonald; Kurt Bardella
Waning trust and a perilous financial landscape challenge the news business