Can Steve Bannon’s revolt against the GOP establishment succeed?
PBS NewsHour full episode February 13, 2018
Here’s how two members of Congress reacted to Trump’s first State of the Union
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Senators raised concerns about President Trump's power to launch a nuclear war in a hearing on Tuesday. U.S. law has long dictated that only a president should carry the responsibility, but that singular authority is now being questioned. Nick Schifrin takes a look at Congress’ worries and the history of the nuclear command structure.
UN passes Syria ceasefire resolution after strikes in Eastern Ghouta kill hundreds
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Trump’s Finances Are Mueller’s Next Target, Expert Says
South Carolina Serial Killer Confesses to Rape and 7 Murders
New Orleans, Gulf Coast Mark Katrina Milestone
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PBS NewsHour Weekend full episode Feb. 24, 2018
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Trump Is Literally Encouraging Republicans To Break The Law
St. Hubert’s reunite famlies and pets
How United States stacked up in final medal count
Will Congress approve of teachers carrying firearms?
20-year-old on nation-wide mission to interview WWII veterans