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August 2, 2021 - PBS NewsHour full episode
Analyzing wins, losses and what's to come for American athletes in Tokyo
Tamara Keith and Amy Walter on infrastructure negotiations, Trump's fundraising success
Severe drought reignites decades-old conflict between Oregon ranchers, Indigenous peoples
Afghans fear Taliban retribution as group expands control, executes critics
'No signs of plateauing' in Florida's COVID cases as DeSantis refuses to mandate masks
News Wrap: Firefighters contain 80% of Oregon Bootleg Fire; lift evacuations in California
Infrastructure bill sees momentum but could still face hurdles ahead
Why the evictions ban was allowed to expire and what's next for vulnerable renters
Exhibition sheds light on Kalief Browderâ€™s years in solitary confinement
Vaccinations, masks, Delta: Why we're at a â€˜critical pointâ€™
Educators, counselors focus on mental health as students return to the classroom
Minorities struggle for headway in the legal weed business
July 31, 2021 â€“ PBS NewsHour Weekend full episode
Saad Mohseni, CEO of the Moby Media Group, discusses the situation in Afghanistan.
Rodrigo Garcia's discusses his new memoir "A Farewell to Gabo and Mercedes."
Dr. Reed Tuckson analyzes recent news from the CDC.
Roy Weathers and John Miller discuss their new initiative, CEO Action for Racial Equity.
Dr. Reed Tuckson; Saad Mohseni; Roy Weathers; John Miller; Rodrigo Garcia
Deadly red tides, passport delays and other stories you missed | 5 STORIES | July 30
Svetlana Tikhanovskaya joins the show.
Alexey Kovalev joins the show.
Colleen Hacker joins the show.
Dr. Michelle Fiscus and Dr. Jason Martin join the show.
Svetlana Tikhanovskaya; Alexey Kovalev; Colleen Hacker; Michelle Fiscus; Jason Martin
Marcia Chatelain examines McDonaldâ€™s' mixed impact on Black America
News Wrap: Trump tax returns must go to Congress, DOJ tells Treasury
A geologist's Brief But Spectacular take on calling out harassment and sexism in science
Brooks and Dionne on vaccine hesitancy, Capitol Police testimony, infrastructure
Hong Kong residents worry vague new immigration law could let China ban them from leaving
CIA still investigating cause of 'Havana Syndrome' ailments affecting U.S. diplomats
First Afghan interpreters, their families arrive in the U.S. on special visas
What to know about the CDC's delta variant study and how it affects vaccinated Americans
July 30, 2021 - PBS NewsHour full episode
Chesa Boudin joins the show.
James Thornton joins the show.
Carlos FernÃ¡ndez de CossÃo joins the show.
Carlos FernÃ¡ndez de CossÃo; James Thornton; Chesa Boudin
Artist Mario Mooreâ€™s work seeks to enshrine Black Americans' presence
Idaho ranchers torn between hunting and deterrents for gray wolves harming their livestock
What Suni Lee's gymnastics gold win means to Hmong Americans
Japan ignored months of protests to host the Olympics. The opposition is still growing
News Wrap: Congress approves $2 billion in emergency spending for Capitol security
Missouri public health official abused by hostile crowd over support for mask mandate
Vaccine, mask opponents are fueling the delta variant's death toll. Will incentives help?
Partisan attacks over mask mandates, vaccines underscore deep divide over COVID
July 29, 2021 - PBS NewsHour full episode
Greeks split over pathway, elevator construction for disabled Parthenon visitors
Gen. Brown on extremism in the Air Force and threats from China, Afghanistan