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PBS NewsHour Weekend full episode August 18, 2019
On this edition for Sunday, August 18, more than a million protesters took to the streets of Hong Kong and The 1619 Project by The New York Times Magazine reframes American history through the lens | 18 Aug 2019, 22:06
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PBS NewsHour Weekend live show August 18, 2019
On this edition for Sunday, August 18, more than a million protesters took to the streets of Hong Kong and The 1619 Project by The New York Times Magazine reframes American history through the lens | 18 Aug 2019, 21:29
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After recent chaos, Hong Kong protesters hold peaceful march
More than 1.7 million people in Hong Kong took to the streets on Sunday in the largest demonstration in the ongoing protests in the city, organizers said. 18 Aug 2019, 20:29
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The 1619 Project details the legacy of slavery in America
Four hundred years ago this month, the first enslaved people from Africa arrived in the Virginia colony. 18 Aug 2019, 18:55
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Floating drums and lederhosen: Ben Folds’ musical journey
Twenty-four years into his musical career and still performing before thousands, singer-songwriter Ben Folds has released a best-selling new memoir called "A Dream About Lightning Bugs: A Life of | 18 Aug 2019, 18:02
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PBS NewsHour Weekend full episode August 17, 2019
On this edition for Saturday, August 17, pro-government and pro-democracy demonstrators face off in Hong Kong, and a retired police officer is coaching some of the growing number of seniors who use | 17 Aug 2019, 22:07
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PBS NewsHour Weekend live show August 17, 2019
On this edition for Saturday, August 17, pro-government and pro-democracy demonstrators face off in Hong Kong, and a retired police officer is coaching some of the growing number of seniors who use | 17 Aug 2019, 21:30
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U.S.-Taliban deal may include Afghanistan troop withdrawal
The U.S and Taliban on Monday ended the latest negotiations for a peace deal that may include the withdrawal of American troops stationed in Afghanistan. 17 Aug 2019, 21:09
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How a group of Syrian residents assembled a secret library
In the midst of Syria's civil war, a group of residents in the war-ravaged town of Daraya risked their lives to assemble a secret library in the basement of a destroyed building. 17 Aug 2019, 19:25
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Retired cop guides Arizona seniors as medical cannabis coach
As medical marijuana has become legal in much of the U.S., more senior citizens are starting to use it to manage pain and opioid addiction. 17 Aug 2019, 17:46
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What Woodstock taught us about protest in a time of polarization
It’s been 50 years since Woodstock made music history. 17 Aug 2019, 0:33
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Balancing leisure and livelihood on Grand Junction's public lands
In the American West, recreational and tourist activities on public lands can conflict with agriculture, ranching and mining. 17 Aug 2019, 0:29
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How much oversight do foster homes for migrant children have?
A new investigation by the Associated Press and FRONTLINE finds allegations of physical and sexual abuse for some migrant children who are moved into government-funded foster care after they are | 17 Aug 2019, 0:11
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PBS NewsHour full episode August 16, 2019
Friday on the NewsHour, India’s crackdown in Kashmir leaves millions confined to their homes. 16 Aug 2019, 23:45
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PBS NewsHour live show August 16, 2019
Stream your PBS favorites with the PBS app: to.pbs.org/2Jb8twG Find more from PBS NewsHour at pbs.org/newshour Subscribe to our YouTube channel: bit.ly/2HfsCD6 Follow | 16 Aug 2019, 23:32
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Walton Ford’s brief but spectacular take on 'the imagined animal'
Walton Ford is a painter whose work examines the relationship between humans and animals in the wild. 16 Aug 2019, 23:20
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Pink seesaws at the border wall showed that play is also 'resistance'
For about 40 minutes, three pink seesaws bobbed up and down, up and down, along the U.S.-Mexico border, uniting children from both countries in a rare moment of shared play. 16 Aug 2019, 23:12
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Michael Gerson and Karen Tumulty on 2020 Senate races, Israel and Trump
The Washington Post’s Michael Gerson and Karen Tumulty join Amna Nawaz to discuss the latest in politics, including our analysis of upcoming 2020 Senate races and potential candidates, the | 16 Aug 2019, 22:58
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How people of Kashmir are reacting to India's crackdown
Nearly 4 million people in Kashmir have been confined to their homes in a total communications blackout since Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi stripped the primarily Muslim state of its | 16 Aug 2019, 22:54
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Here are the Senate seats that will be critical in 2020
While nearly two dozen candidates are competing for the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination, that party is facing the opposite predicament in the Senate: not enough top-tier candidates are | 16 Aug 2019, 22:43
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News Wrap: Hong Kong braces for weekend of demonstrations
In our news wrap Friday, pro-democracy demonstrations resumed in Hong Kong, amid suspicion China could send in paramilitary forces to counter them. 16 Aug 2019, 22:30
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WATCH LIVE: California announces lawsuit against Trump rule limiting benefits for immigrants
Stream your PBS favorites with the PBS app: to.pbs.org/2Jb8twG Find more from PBS NewsHour at pbs.org/newshour Subscribe to our YouTube channel: bit.ly/2HfsCD6 Follow | 16 Aug 2019, 17:26
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WATCH: Trump discusses China and gun violence ahead of New Hampshire rally
Ahead of a campaign rally in Manchester, New Hampshire, President Donald Trump spoke to reporters, discussing trade with China, saying his tariffs “have really bitten into China.” Trump said “at | 16 Aug 2019, 0:27
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2 faith leaders on Trump, racism and toning down incendiary rhetoric
In times of division, people often turn to faith leaders for guidance and support. Jeffrey Brown spoke to two such leaders, Rev. 16 Aug 2019, 0:18
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WATCH LIVE: 2019 Hutchins Forum 'Divided We Stand: Can We Overcome?'
Join PBS NewsHour’s special correspondent Charlayne Hunter-Gault and Henry Louis Gates Jr. 16 Aug 2019, 0:09
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Why Guaido official believes regime change in Venezuela is non-negotiable
The governance of Venezuela appears to be in a deadlock. Opposition leader Juan Guaido, whom the U.S. recognizes as president, has been unable to oust President Nicolas Maduro. 16 Aug 2019, 0:05
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Amid Newark's water crisis, questions about why it's taking so long to resolve
In Newark, New Jersey, worries and anger over contaminated drinking water are growing by the day. 16 Aug 2019, 0:00
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PBS NewsHour full episode August 15, 2019
Thursday on the NewsHour, Israel reverses course and won’t allow U.S. Reps. Ilhan Omar and Rashida Tlaib, both Muslim-American congresswomen critical of Israeli policy toward Palestinians, to visit. 15 Aug 2019, 23:35
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PBS NewsHour live show August 15, 2019
Stream your PBS favorites with the PBS app: to.pbs.org/2Jb8twG Find more from PBS NewsHour at pbs.org/newshour Subscribe to our YouTube channel: bit.ly/2HfsCD6 Follow | 15 Aug 2019, 23:32
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With buildup of forces on border, China displays waning tolerance for Hong Kong protests
Chinese military exercises Thursday near the border with Hong Kong reiterated the country’s waning patience with months of pro-democracy demonstrations, some turning violent. 15 Aug 2019, 23:32
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