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PBS Newshour is a news and current events program that airs on PBS. The shows all puts additional programming online for viewers that want to learn more about whatever topic the show covered that night. The show also produces some segments for the radio. The show is similar to a traditional newscast in that it airs every weekday night. However, the PBS Newshour last an hour and all of the story segments last a lot longer than on traditional newscasts. The goal of the show is to provide a more in-depth look at current events than other programs may provide.

Many of the topics covered revolve around current events, including the Presidential Election, the current housing and financial crisis, and the latest scientific and technological developments. The show signs away from most forms of celebrities gossip and sports scores. The show is also nationwide so you will not local news or the weather that you may get from the typical nightly news show.

The show broadcasts international editions as well so viewers in other countries and Americans living abroad can keep to date with the nation's affairs. The show purports to follow a strict set of editorial guidelines. They do not edit their interviews and they show many news conferences unedited as well. The goal is to provide viewers with the most impartial reporting of the news without distracting edits and sound bites. The show receives its funding from the Public Broadcasting System so it is considered to be taxpayer funded.

Daily 7:00 PM et/pt on PBS
10 Seasons, 665 Episodes
November 2, 2011
News, Talk & Interview
7.3/10
Cast: Judy Woodruff, Gwen Ifill
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  • Monday on the NewsHour, the White House downplays reports that senior advisor Jared Kushner wanted to create a secret backchannel to talk with the Russians. Also: The president's first foreign trip and more on Politics Monday, Norway spearheads an electric car revolution, questions about organ transplants in China and new books you won't want to put down.

  • Friday on the NewsHour, gunmen in Egypt attack a Christian group, killing at least 28. Also: An exclusive interview with Aya Hijazi, what President Trump accomplished on a trip abroad, Shields and Brooks analyze the week's news, a humorous take on getting out of your bubble, being a veteran of a war that never ends and more.

  • Thursday on the NewsHour, President Trump reprimands fellow NATO leaders over defense spending, but keeps silent on NATO's joint defense pact. Also: Leaks from the Manchester investigation pause intelligence sharing, Sweden invests in its military over Russia fears, what an assault by a political candidate says about attitudes toward the media, how gender affects risks at work and more.

  • Wednesday on the NewsHour, new arrests are made in connection to the Manchester attack as police search for a network allegedly behind the bomber. Also: a one-on-one with Sen. Dianne Feinstein, President Trump meets the pope, Montana prepares for a special election, changing the makeup of the EPA, a DNC staffer's death sparks fake news and a festival that melds tech and music.

  • Tuesday on the NewsHour, an alleged suspect is named after a bombing kills more than 20 in Manchester, England. Also: Former CIA director John Brennan shares concern over Russian election meddling, deep cuts to social programs in President Trump's proposed budget, previewing a presidential visit with the pope and shifting education dollars to school choice.

  • Monday on the NewsHour, President Trump visits Israel, insisting that peace in the Middle East requires resolving the long-standing conflict with the Palestinians. Also: What's on Trump's budget chopping block, how Medicaid cuts would affect special ed, a political storm at home while the president is overseas, Tunisians revive a treasured city center and finding a sweet way to make a difference.

  • Friday on the NewsHour, new revelations over the Russia connection, as President Trump embarks on his first overseas trip. We get an insider's view on how the former FBI director tried to distance himself from the president. Also: Iran votes for its next president, New Orleans removes confederate monuments, Shields and Brooks analyze the week's news and an author's tribute to his parents.

  • Thursday on the NewsHour, President Trump claims to be the victim of a "witch hunt," as the Justice Department appoints a special counsel to investigate possible Russian ties. Also: What's at stake during Mr. Trump's first trip abroad, the choice in Iran's upcoming election, a comeback for a once-segregated neighborhood, defying the stigma of "women's work" and a professor’s take on white America.

  • Wednesday on the NewsHour, the Justice Department appoints former FBI chief Robert Mueller to oversee the probe into any potential connections between the Trump campaign and Russia in the 2016 election. Also: Debating whether the president’s actions constitute obstruction of justice, Sen. Ben Sasse on the recent turmoil and how Israeli intelligence sharing may be affected.

  • Tuesday on the NewsHour, The New York Times reports that President Trump asked James Comey to shut down the investigation into Michael Flynn. Also: The firestorm over Mr. Trump's reported disclosure to Russian diplomats, Turkey's president visits the White House, push back against seat belts on school buses and Colorado's governor weighs in on the health care battle.

  • Monday on the NewsHour, The Washington Post reports that President Trump revealed highly classified material to Russia's foreign minister and ambassador during an Oval Office visit. Also: How a global cyber hack could have been prevented, North Korea's latest missile launch, what happens when radical terrorists go home, new limits on foreign aid to groups providing abortions and more.

  • Friday on the NewsHour, President Trump suggests his White House conversation with James Comey was "taped" in an apparent warning to the former FBI director. Also: Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice on "Democracy," how tougher sentences affect crime rates and the prison population, Shields and Ponnuru on the week's news and a musician coming to terms with being unconventional.

  • Thursday on the NewsHour, conflicting White House statements add to the confusion following the abrupt firing of James Comey. We take a closer look at how Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein could steer the Russia investigation, plus what it means for the stability of the Trump presidency. Also: Why men avoid work traditionally dominated by women and an artist's take on the magic of migration.

  • Wednesday on the NewsHour, President Trump's firing of FBI Director James Comey raises serious questions among Republicans, and has Democrats calling for a special counsel to investigate Russia. Also: The president welcomes Russia's foreign minister and ambassador to the U.S. amid allegations, and what's next for renowned soprano Renee Fleming after retirement from the Metropolitan Opera.

  • Tuesday on the NewsHour, FBI Director James Comey is fired by President Trump. We get reactions from lawmakers on both sides of the aisle. Also: South Korea elects a new president and a Cuban drug giving terminal cancer patients hope.

  • Monday on the NewsHour, former acting Attorney General Sally Yates tells the Senate how she warned the White House that Michael Flynn was at risk of being blackmailed. Also: A tough road ahead for France's newly elected president, court arguments on President Trump's travel ban, Politics Monday looks at what's next for the GOP health care bill and moving doctor appointments to the kitchen.

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  • Wednesday on the NewsHour, as the death toll in Syria's chemical attack rises, President Trump appears to take a harder line against the Assad regime. Also: How the FBI has historically handled politically charged investigations, senators debate the Supreme Court nominee, an uptick in tick and the diseases they carry, a pattern of more costly auto insurance in minority neighborhoods and more.

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  • Tuesday on the NewsHour, President Trump starts the rollback of Obama-era clean energy policies in a move to create jobs and energy independence. Also: The House Intelligence Committee chair under fire, life under the watchful eye of U.S. Border Patrol, the Supreme Court weighs in on how schools educate students with disabilities and why Turkey is becoming more hostile to Syrian refugees.

  • Monday on the NewsHour, the Trump administration attempts to move past the defeat on health care only to be hit by mounting questions over Russian ties. Also: Protests across Russia galvanize Putin's critics, claims of civilians killed by a U.S. airstrike in Iraq, patients in limbo without a GOP healthcare plan, political turmoil in Turkey, plus a preview of the week ahead on Politics Monday.

  • Friday on the NewsHour, Republicans suffer a defeat as President Trump and House Speaker Paul Ryan pull the GOP's health care bill, lacking votes needed to replace the Affordable Care Act. Also: how investigating connections between the Trump campaign and Russia split the House Intelligence Committee, Shields and Brooks analyze the week in politics, and a sequel to the '90s hit “Trainspotting.”

  • Thursday on the NewsHour, House Republicans delay a vote to repeal and replace Obamacare, a setback for President Trump. Also: Calls for an independent investigation after the House Intelligence chair goes straight to the White House, more U.S. troops on the ground in Syria, the potential impact of the GOP health care plan, betting on the Trump presidency and how memories can shape our present.

  • Wednesday on the NewsHour, President Trump turns up the pressure on House Republicans as the vote on the GOP health care bill looms. Also: New allegations of a former Trump campaign manager working to benefit the Russian government, Susan Rice’s warning about the White House’s credibility, more questions for Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch and the Great Barrier Reef under threat.

  • Tuesday on the NewsHour, Supreme Court pick Neil Gorsuch gets grilled by Senate Democrats during his confirmation hearing. Also: President Trump lobbies Republicans to vote for the revised health care replacement, new rules for passengers on flights from 10 foreign cities, parents in a poor neighborhood get more from their preschool and the Whitney Biennial offers art amid major national divides.

  • Monday on the NewsHour, a House committee delves into a possible Russian government role in the campaign that elected Donald Trump. Meanwhile, a Senate panel begins hearings on the man chosen by President Trump to serve on the Supreme Court. Also: A new art exhibit explores contemporary life in the American West, as seen through the eyes of Latino artists.

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  • Monday on the NewsHour, the Congressional Budget Office releases projected costs of the GOP's health care bill and the White House and REpublicans question the nonpartisan agency's analysis. Also: The low profile of Secretary of State Tillerson, famine and civil unrest in South Sudan, Al Gore's take on the Trump presidency, our Politics Monday analysis and a marathon over a frozen lake.

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  • Thursday on the PBS NewsHour, President Trump holds a wide-ranging press conference.

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  • Friday on the NewsHour, President Trump's controversial travel ban is blocked by the courts, but he vows the fight isn't over. Also: The White House welcomes Japan's prime minister while dodging a potential rift with China, Michael Flynn's relationship with Russia, changes under the new HHS secretary, Shields and Brooks on the week's news and hitmaker Smokey Robinson on his lifetime of music.

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  • Thursday on the NewsHour, Republican presidential candidates prepare for the 10th GOP debate in Houston. Also: Doubts swirl about the looming Syrian ceasefire agreement, how economic fears feed into populist politics, the mother of a Columbine shooter writes on her son, Tijuana police step up efforts against the homeless, a former model’s plan to diversify fashion and why Black Girl Magic matters.

  • Wednesday on the NewsHour, presidential candidates scramble for votes across dozens of states as Super Tuesday looms on the horizon. Also: A look inside today’s divided political landscape, critics question the extent of America’s nuclear arsenal in a post-Cold War world, how intelligence policies have changed after 9/11 and a former banker wants to dismantle big banks.

  • Tuesday on the NewsHour, President Obama announces plans to close the detention center at Guantanamo Bay, drawing vocal opposition from GOP lawmakers. Also: Republican candidates prepare for the Nevada caucuses, sea levels rise faster than ever before, Los Angeles’ plan to reform special education, how governors are tackling the opioid epidemic and a historic dance company prepares for new steps.

  • Monday on the NewsHour, following the latest round of voting, Amy Walter and Tamara Keith talk the changing face of the 2016 race. Also: The proposed Syrian ceasefire takes effect next week, the Supreme Court remembers Antonin Scalia, U.K. considers European Union exit, how elephants could help cure cancer, a son celebrates his father’s activism with poetry and a 106-year-old dances with Obama.

  • Friday on the NewsHour, with less than 24 hours to go before polls open in South Carolina’s Republican primary, trailing GOP contenders make one last push for support. Also: a look at South Carolina’s sharp-edged political scene, Shields and Brooks talk the week in politics, Europe works to save refugees in the Aegean Sea, how Iran will choose its next Supreme Leader and the legacy of Harper Lee.

  • Thursday on the NewsHour, Pope Francis calls Donald Trump's immigration ideas un-Christian. Also: An historic presidential visit to Cuba, using political betting markets for White House predictions, righting the wrongs of the civil rights era, a look behind the leading destination for celebrity news, old allegations renewed about Peyton Manning and a playwright and performer on passion.

  • Wednesday on the NewsHour, high-ranking senators weigh in on the fight over nominating Justice Antonin Scalia's successor. Also: Apple opposes a judge's order to unlock the iPhone for the FBI, campaign dispatches from battleground states South Carolina and Nevada, an Apartheid-era police official helps those he once brutalized and film composer Carter Burwell on the craft of storytelling.

  • In our news wrap Tuesday, President Obama vowed to nominate a Supreme Court justice to succeed the late Antonin Scalia, despite calls from Senate Republicans to leave the appointment to his successor. Also, a winter storm whipped up trouble overnight. Millions faced an icy morning commute on the East Coast, while tornadoes ripped through the Florida panhandle and Mississippi.

  • Monday on the NewsHour, what the death of Justice Antonin Scalia means for the future of the Supreme Court and the race for the White House. Also: Attacks on hospitals and schools kill dozens in Syria and why the residents of Freddie Gray's Baltimore neighborhood don't trust the city's big hospitals.

  • Friday on the NewsHour, Hillary Clinton and Sen. Bernie Sanders meet for their sixth Democratic debate. Also: World powers strike a fragile cease-fire agreement for Syria, Egypt’s women fight sexual violence through activism, a moment 1,000 years in the making for two religious leaders, Shields and Brooks talk the week in politics and the Holocaust’s silenced violins speak for horror and hope.

  • Thursday on the NewsHour, Hillary Clinton and Sen. Bernie Sanders ready for PBS’s Democratic debate in Milwaukee. Also: How Egypt’s courts enforce the government crackdown, spacetime ripples prove the theory of relativity, puppies conceived by IVF may help save endangered animals, how economics can help you find love, a look inside the world’s largest refugee camp and comedian Billy Eichner.

  • Wednesday on the NewsHour, presidential candidates move on to South Carolina after Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders claim New Hampshire victories. Also: Analyzing the next phase of the White House race, checking in on Egyptian leaders of the Arab Spring, assessing the top global threats, the Supreme Court halts Obama’s climate change plan and a new play examines the decline of the Rust Belt.

  • Tuesday on the NewsHour, presidential candidates make one last push for votes in the New Hampshire primary. Also: GOP factions fight for the future of their party, Amy Walter and Tamara Keith make primary predictions, Granite State voters by the numbers, Shields and Brooks talk New Hampshire influence, a battle for Aleppo could trap thousands and Detroit teachers protest inadequate schools.

  • Monday on the NewsHour, presidential candidates make one last push for support in New Hampshire on the eve of the nation’s first primary. Also: Sen. Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton fight for middle class voters, a look inside the presidential campaigns, Amy Walter and Tamara Keith talk politics, Brazil wages war on the Zika epidemic and a NATO build-up threatens to reignite Cold War tensions.

  • Friday on the NewsHour, Democrats square off in a contentious debate as Republican candidates jockey for survival days before the New Hampshire primary. Also: A report from the epicenter of the Zika outbreak, the many lives of Syrian refugees living in Lebanon, the political analysis of Shields and Brooks, the psychology of sports teams and their fans and the end of trust in America.

  • Thursday on the NewsHour, candidates double down on attacks as the New Hampshire primary approaches. Also: Colombia’s president asks for U.S. aid to help FARC peace efforts, new Syrian hostilities threaten diplomatic talks, the controversy over online daily fantasy sports, a brand new natural wonder, the search for life’s meaning in the face of death and the role of fearlessness in black art.

  • Wednesday on the NewsHour, Democratic candidates debate liberal credentials while Republicans brawl over victory margins. Also: How to fight the Zika virus, Sweden suffers vigilante violence over refugees, Yahoo faces financial struggles, a three-parent DNA treatment raises debate, big data meets modern medicine and how women are changing the way America works.

  • Tuesday on the NewsHour, after Cruz and Clinton claim victory in Iowa, candidates shift their focus to New Hampshire. Also: What’s at stake going into the next round of primaries, the Islamic State’s expansion in Libya, San Francisco police face review after a fatal shooting, Oklahoma leads the nation in preschool education and lost photographs illuminate black history.

  • Monday on the NewsHour, it’s caucus night in Iowa. We preview the nation’s first voting contest with a look at Evangelicals' role in shaking out a crowded GOP field, Amy Walter and Tamara Keith update what's happening on the ground, David Brooks and Michelle Cottle analyze the state of the race, plus a fight over core conservative principles.

  • Friday on the NewsHour, days before the Iowa caucus, Democratic candidates fight for Iowa women voters. Also: Sen. Ted Cruz plays defense in the latest GOP debate, Brooks and Dionne talk the week in politics, Barbie gets a makeover, prescription drug shortages force doctors to make tough decisions, a Danish dance troupe stands up for refugees and a female JROTC officer takes command.

  • Thursday on the NewsHour, the World Health Organization considers issuing an emergency over the fast-spreading Zika virus. Also: An American freed from Iranian prison describes his ordeal, a Republican debate without Trump, how ethanol may fuel Iowa voters, why the U.S. economy’s best days may be over, remembering the Challenger disaster, why radio will never die and two girls who love to build.

  • Wednesday on the NewsHour, a confrontation between law enforcement and an anti-government militia in Oregon ends with arrests and one death. Also: Donald Trump opts out of the next debate, Kenya’s war against poachers, Google develops the latest in A.I. technology, a freed reporter works to reclaim his life, D.C. plans a WWI memorial and one student stands out as the only female welder.

  • Tuesday on the NewsHour, President Obama announces plans to ban solitary confinement for youth in federal prisons. Also: Campaigning intensifies as Iowa draws near, how presidential candidates tap into fear, high school vocational training as an alternative to college, the government battles postpartum depression, Mozart reaches 260 years and a student challenges stereotypes with dance.

  • Monday on the NewsHour, a look at recovery efforts as the East Coast digs out from a deadly blizzard. Also: The race for caucus support as the Iowa contest nears, Egypt five years after a political uprising, gold wars in Washington state, calls for accountability in the Flint water crisis, ancient sculptures once thought lost forever and a girl changing minds on the football team.

  • Friday on the NewsHour, Washington joined other parts of the East Coast in declaring a state of emergency ahead of a massive snowstorm. Also: Presidential candidates sharpen their attacks as voting draws closer, Brooks and Marcus discuss the week in politics, a possible new ninth planet, schools add Wi-Fi to busses, a debate over the growing feral cat crisis and why the world needs a Muslim jedi.

  • Thursday on the NewsHour, a British inquiry concludes that Russian President Vladimir Putin likely approved the killing of Alexander Litvinenko. Also: Sen. Rand Paul shares his secret to winning Iowa, the Buffalo Bills hire the NFL’s first female coach, an author examines the ingredients for genius, dangers for women on the refugee trail and TV ads that make smokers want to quit.

  • Wednesday on the NewsHour, a water crisis in Flint, Michigan, has the governor on the defensive and residents outraged. Also: A warning for pregnant women about the Zika virus, rethinking what’s important on the college application, reporters on the campaign trail to go beyond the polls in Iowa and New Hampshire, telling the story of autism and a tribute young photographer killed in Burkina Faso.

  • Tuesday on the NewsHour, the Supreme Court will hear the case against President Obama’s executive action allowing 4 million undocumented immigrants to stay in the U.S. Also: U.S. Envoy Brett McGurk reflects on the prisoner exchange with Iran, China’s economy grows at its slowest rate in decades, an author explores the autism spectrum and a new nursing program is boosting kids’ brainpower.

  • Monday on the NewsHour, sanctions are lifted and prisoners are freed in what could be a new era of relations with Iran. Also: Democratic presidential candidates meet up for their final debate before voting, a massive natural gas leak displaces families in California and the words of Martin Luther King Jr.

  • Friday on the NewsHour, Chinese market struggles and plummeting oil prices lead to big losses on Wall Street. Also: Donald Trump and Ted Cruz dominate the Republican debate, Shields and Brooks discuss the 2016 presidential race, Silicon Valley tries to fix its diversity problem and Civil War trauma meets medical drama in the PBS miniseries “Mercy Street.”

  • Thursday on the NewsHour, Islamic State militants claimed responsibility for a terror attack that killed seven in Jakarta. Also, the story beyond the tragic image of a dead Syrian refugee that went viral, the White House’s vow to end cancer in America, the Academy Awards struggle with diversity, older women may have more trouble finding jobs and a photographer looks at how his passion has evolved.

  • Wednesday on the NewsHour, 10 U.S. sailors are released after their boats were seized for entering Iranian waters. Also, President Obama uses his State of the Union address to critique the 2016 race, a former NRA chief talks gun policy, Germany’s migrant stance draws local backlash, the St. Louis Rams prepare to return to Los Angeles and architecture’s highest award goes to Alejandro Aravena.

  • Monday on the NewsHour, with weeks to go until the Iowa Caucuses, the race between Democrats Hillary Clinton and Sen. Bernie Sanders tightens. Also: A campaign to bridge the partisan divide, the legacy of David Bowie, the Supreme Court considers mandatory union dues, the ethics of interviewing.

  • Wednesday on the NewsHour, presidential candidates move on to South Carolina after Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders claim New Hampshire victories. Also: Analyzing the next phase of the White House race, checking in on Egyptian leaders of the Arab Spring, assessing the top global threats, the Supreme Court halts Obama’s climate change plan and a new play examines the decline of the Rust Belt.

  • Friday on the NewsHour, with less than 24 hours to go before polls open in South Carolina’s Republican primary, trailing GOP contenders make one last push for support. Also: a look at South Carolina’s sharp-edged political scene, Shields and Brooks talk the week in politics, Europe works to save refugees in the Aegean Sea, how Iran will choose its next Supreme Leader and the legacy of Harper Lee.

  • Friday on the NewsHour, the last jobs report of 2015 shows signs of sustained growth in the U.S. economy despite global turmoil. Also: Mexican drug lord El Chapo recaptured, sexual assault stoke tensions over migrants in Germany, rising interest in personal health technology and David Brooks and David Corn analyze the week's news.

  • Thursday on the NewsHour, China's market makes a great fall, routing stocks around the world. Also: How the 2016 election is playing out in advertisements, new guidelines for how to eat, getting happiness by giving to others, the lifelong consequences of segregated schools, a new true crime documentary raises questions about the justice system and how a graphic journalist uses art to tell stories.

  • Wednesday on the NewsHour, North Korea claims it has successfully tested a hydrogen bomb. Also: Why Americans are buying more and bigger cars, efforts to cap sky-high interest rates, a look at life in Mexico after deportation and using cardboard to help children with disabilities.

  • Tuesday on the NewsHour, President Obama makes an emotional appeal for background checks and outlines other actions to curb gun violence. Also: A view from Tehran over tensions with Saudi Arabia, New Hampshire grapples with a heroin epidemic, a historic graduation for young Afghan women and MacArthur grant winner LaToya Ruby Frazier documents her struggling hometown.

  • Former President Bill Clinton made his first solo appearances on the campaign trail in New Hampshire to support his wife Hillary's 2016 campaign. Amy Walter of The Cook Political Report and Tamara Keith of NPR join Judy Woodruff to discuss the strategy behind Donald Trump’s first television ad, plus Gov. Chris Christie’s pitch to New Hampshire voters.

  • Tuesday on the NewsHour, President Obama announces plans to close the detention center at Guantanamo Bay, drawing vocal opposition from GOP lawmakers. Also: Republican candidates prepare for the Nevada caucuses, sea levels rise faster than ever before, Los Angeles’ plan to reform special education, how governors are tackling the opioid epidemic and a historic dance company prepares for new steps.

  • Friday on the NewsHour, Hillary Clinton and Sen. Bernie Sanders meet for their sixth Democratic debate. Also: World powers strike a fragile cease-fire agreement for Syria, Egypt’s women fight sexual violence through activism, a moment 1,000 years in the making for two religious leaders, Shields and Brooks talk the week in politics and the Holocaust’s silenced violins speak for horror and hope.

  • Friday on the NewsHour, Iran vows to expand its missile production despite possible new U.S. sanctions. Also: What civilians who remain in the Syrian city of Aleppo face, Mark Shields and Michael Gerson on a year of political news and the National Book Award winner for fiction.

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