PBS NewsHour full episode, February 13, 2018
Why the FBI went public with its objection to the Nunes memo release
For some immigrants, deportation means death
Опубликовано 14 февраля 2018, 0:37
Indiana is one of the states poised to enact work requirements for some citizens with Medicaid coverage -- a controversial policy and long-sought goal for Republicans. But advocates for the poor have protested loudly in recent months, saying many will lose coverage or be ensnared by bureaucratic mistakes. Special correspondent Sarah Varney reports in collaboration with Kaiser Health News.
Briefing on North Korea Sanctions
Chevy Chase Reportedly Kicked In The Shoulder During Road Rage Incident, Police Say | TIME
Will U.S. Hockey's Lamoureux twins retire after winning gold?
Tucker Carlson's 'Final Exam': Baier vs. Hemingway
Gun Control Push Must Push US Senate
Monologue: Dotard Trump | Real Time with Bill Maher (HBO)
Hundreds Of Thousands Lose Power After U.S. Northeast Storm
12 Eyewitness News at 4:30AM
Trump's 'Caring About Dead Kids' Cheat Sheet Exposed
Eyewitness: CNN Was Staging Questions
Gov. Scott Walker on overhauling Wisconsin's welfare system
Major bank ends long-time partnership with NRA
U.S. Olympian tours South Korea dog meat farm
Will "Black Panther" remain at the top of the box office?
Morning at Santa Anita