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July 13, 2020 - PBS NewsHour full episode
How the COVID crisis has hit vulnerable immigrants and undocumented workers.
How the U.S. military should respond to Vanessa Guillen's murder
Tamara Keith and Amy Walter on Trump vs. health experts, Stone's commutation
Why Trump's commutation of Roger Stone is 'highly unusual'
'No rule book': 1 mayor's experience with governing during COVID-19
'Teachers are scared' to be in school, says Florida educator
As coronavirus surges, Trump and White House attack Fauci
News Wrap: More than 200 colleges join lawsuit over foreign student visas
"A Thousand Cuts" goes inside the war between the Philippine government and the press.
July 12, 2020 - PBS NewsHour Weekend full episode
This yearâ€™s Tour de France is a virtual ride
How Denver is tackling food waste to fight hunger, emissions
What are the legal implications of Trumpâ€™s Stone commutation?
July 11, 2020 - PBS NewsHour Weekend full episode
Should the U.S. designate racial violence as terrorism?
Reevaluating â€˜To Kill a Mockingbirdâ€™ 60 years later
Local groups are running pop-up testing sites in South Carolina
These Black Americans see a statue memorializing Lincoln in different ways
David Brooks and Jonathan Capehart on Trump's school pressure, Biden's economic plan
Lebanon, already bankrupt, contends with pandemic's rising threat
How the familiar words of a cliche can grant comfort to the grieving
News Wrap: Tropical Storm Fay drenches parts of the East Coast
Remembering 5 people lost to coronavirus
'You've got to help us out': Houston nurse begs residents to wear face masks
The Supreme Court's 'landmark decision' on tribal sovereignty
More states return to containment measures as virus sets new records
July 10, 2020 - PBS NewsHour full episode
Helle Thorning-Schmidt; Nikole Hannah-Jones; Richard Haass; Anya Hindmarch
Doris Kearns Goodwin; Jane Goodall; Tom Ridge
The 'unwise, disruptive policy' of shutting out international students
Top U.S. health officials say states should pause reopening efforts
Why Peter Navarro calls USMCA 'very good news' for American manufacturing
What the latest Supreme Court rulings mean for Trump -- and future presidents
This Maryland nursing home has had no coronavirus cases. How did they do it?
News Wrap: House Judiciary Committee hears Geoffrey Berman testimony
July 9, 2020 - PBS NewsHour full episode
Sir David Attenborough; Jay Inslee; Madeleine Albright
July 8, 2020 - PBS NewsHour full episode
PBS NewsHour Presents China: Power and Prosperity
Despite virus surge, Trump pressures schools to resume in-person classes this fall
News Wrap: Vindman retires, accusing Trump of blocking promotion
What the U.S. coronavirus response says about American exceptionalism
What new decisions say about the Supreme Courtâ€™s view of religious freedom
Companies race to mine lithium, a battery essential
How anti-racism is a treatment for the 'cancer' of racism
Why is the U.S. still struggling to test everyone who needs it?
As U.S. tensions grow, NewsHour documentary pulls back the curtain on China's rise
Helen Lewis; Daniel Kehlmann; Daniel Markovits