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An exploration of life and democracy in Americaâ€™s first Muslim-majority city.
Noura Erakat; Vladimir Chizhov; Francis Rooney; Jamal Simmons
Francis Rooney joins the show.
Jamal Simmons joins the show.
Noura Erakat joins the show.
Vladimir Chizhov joins the show.
News Wrap: Thousands of DC police's intelligence and disciplinary reports leaked online
A former prisonerâ€™s Brief But Spectacular take on second chances
Former Brazilian president says Bolsonaro became a 'rogue leader,' botched COVID response
Here's the latest on gas shortages in the US and the plans to prevent future hacks
May 13, 2021 - PBS NewsHour full episode
The core issues and politics behind the escalating conflict in the Middle East
Israel begins ground assault against Gaza
CDC director on mask guidance for the fully vaccinated, unvaccinated and immunocompromised
IvÃ¡n Duque, Tzipi Hotovely, Hilary Mantel, Helaine Olen.
Washington Post opinion columnist Helaine Olen shares her study on women's unemployment.
President of Columbia IvÃ¡n Duque addresses protests in Columbia.
Israelâ€™s Ambassador to the U.K. Tzipi Hotovely joins the show.
Award-winning novelist Hilary Mantel details the life and career of Thomas Cromwell.
May 12, 2021 - PBS NewsHour full episode
News Wrap: Panic buying adds to gas woes in the Southeast as pipeline restarts operations
How smugglers seduce Central American migrants with the 'American Dream'
A Brief But Spectacular take on dancing into old age
Why the Israeli-Palestinian conflict is far from over
NIH director optimistic about teen vaccinations, says it's 'time to roll up your sleeves'
Sen. Portman on Liz Cheney, infrastructure plans, and taxing the wealthy
Cheney remains defiant after ouster from GOP leadership spot as party mulls replacement
Niall Ferguson joins the show.
Aaron David Miller and Marwan Muasher join the show.
Ana Porzecanski joins the show.
News Wrap: Federal judge rejects NRA bankruptcy bid, allowing NY to pursue dissolution
How Australia kept COVID in check, and what lessons the world can take from it
In bringing the Song of Rapa Nui to the world, pianist brings music education home
'Panic buying' is driving the fuel shortage after Colonial Pipeline hack, expert says
May 11, 2021 - PBS NewsHour full episode
Why the Democrats' sweeping election reform bill faces an uphill Senate battle
Is the Russian government involved in the Colonial Pipeline hack? One expert weighs in
Gov. Cox on Utah's vaccination rates, bipartisanship and 'fairly large divides' in the GOP
Civilians, including children, losing lives amid Israeli-Palestinian conflict in Jerusalem
While preparing to stage a musical, Chinatown kids discover their own cultural identities.
Aaron David Miller; Marwan Muasher; Ana Porzecanski; Niall Ferguson
An investigation into growing inequities in American healthcare exposed by COVID-19.
Karim Khan, head of the U.N. Investigative Team on Daesh Crimes, joins the show.
Mustafa Barghouti and Stav Shaffir join the show.
Investigative journalist Michael Moss joins the show.
Mustafa Barghouti, Stav Shaffir, Karim Khan, Michael Moss
News Wrap: 13 dead after roadside bombings follow girls school attack in Afghanistan
Ziwe on using humor, vulnerability and honesty to discuss race in America
Tamara Keith and Amy Walter on Liz Cheney, Trump and the GOP