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PBS NewsHour Weekend Full Episode June 12, 2021
On this edition for Saturday, June 12, the latest from the G7 Summit where President Biden is pushing U.S.
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Street artist and designer Tristan Eaton’s global canvas
Next month the Long Beach Museum of Art in Southern California will open “All At Once,” a 25-year retrospective on the work of artist Tristan Eaton.
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COVID-19, climate change, China: Biden reaffirms America’s global role at the G7
President Joe Biden made his first foreign trip as president to the U.K.
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PBS NewsHour Weekend Live Show: June 12, 2021
On this edition for Saturday, June 12, the latest from the G7 Summit where President Biden is pushing U.S.
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Pulse shooting anniversary: Survivors soldier on for gun reform
Several events were held on Saturday to commemorate the fifth anniversary of the Pulse nightclub shooting in Orlando, Florida, in which a gunman killed 49 people and injured dozens.
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PBS NewsHour West live episode, June 11, 2021
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PBS NewsHour full episode, June 11, 2021
Friday on the NewsHour, President Biden meets with other leaders face-to-face to discuss global vaccination efforts and an initiative to increase taxes on the world's wealthiest, how the Trump
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An endangered elephant herd is taking a mysterious trek in China. Are humans to blame?
It’s not a sight you see every day -- a herd of elephants, leaving their home turf, making their way through southwestern China, most recently stopping in a city with millions of residents.
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Honoring 5 extraordinary Americans who lost their lives to COVID-19
Each week, PBS NewsHour pauses to remember five Americans lost to the COVID-19 pandemic, and shares memories and highlights from their lives.
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Street art, politics and violence intersect in Northern Ireland
Street artists in Belfast, Northern Ireland maintain a tradition of painting murals with a message, as they did during the 30-year conflict between Catholic Republicans and Protestants loyal to the
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WATCH: Leslie Grace on how ‘In the Heights’ brings crucial Latinx stories to the screen
In the new musical film “In the Heights,” Leslie Grace’s character Nina Rosario arrives home to her Washington Heights neighborhood after her first semester at Stanford.
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Brooks and Capehart on Biden at the G-7 summit, the Justice Department under Trump
New York Times columnist David Brooks and Washington Post columnist Jonathan Capehart join Judy Woodruff to discuss the week in politics, including President Biden at the G-7 summit, the Justice
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What Texans stand to gain and lose from the redistricting battle now underway
State legislatures across the U.S. eagerly await new census data that would impact the redrawing of congressional district lines.
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DOJ inspector general launches probe into secret seizure of top Democrats' phone records
Following a bombshell report from The New York Times, the Justice Department's inspector general announced Friday he will open an investigation into why the Trump administration secretly subpoenaed
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News Wrap: FDA orders disposal of 60 million Johnson & Johnson doses from troubled factory
In our news wrap Friday, the FDA will allow 10 million doses of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine from a troubled Baltimore factory to be used, but about 60 million doses will be thrown out.
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Biden meets with G-7 leaders to discuss global vaccinations, taxes on world's wealthiest
President Biden joined leaders of the world's top economic democratic nations Friday for the start of the three-day G-7 meeting in southwest England.
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WATCH: Chicago mayor speaks on arrest of officer in connection with Capitol attack
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WATCH LIVE: Garland reflects on voting rights policy
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WATCH LIVE: DC Mayor Muriel Bowser holds conversation with Dr. Fauci and other health care leaders
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WATCH LIVE: Harris offers remarks on child tax credit
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PBS NewsHour West live episode, June 10, 2021
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PBS NewsHour full episode, June 10, 2021
Thursday on the NewsHour, President Biden meets with the prime minister of the United Kingdom ahead of the G-7 summit and announces a plan to distribute vaccines globally, Texas increasingly
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After 40 years of AIDS, progress has been made but major problems remain
Four decades ago this past week, the first ever cases of the HIV/AIDS epidemic were publicly noted, and hardly noticed. But soon after, cases exploded around the world.
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PBS NewsHour live episode, June 10, 2021
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Student activists help divert millions in funding away from law enforcement in schools
The role of police officers in schools has come under increasing scrutiny, as communities across the U.S. respond to calls for racial justice and re-evaluate student safety.
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'In the Heights' uplifts a Latino community and helps reframe Hollywood roles
Blockbuster films delayed by the pandemic are now hitting the big screen. Among the first of the summer season is “In the Heights,” which opened Thursday in theaters and streams on HBO Max.
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Texas increasingly at odds with the Biden administration on critical issues
The past legislative session in Texas focused on key conservative priorities, from restricting abortion to addressing transgender rights.
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How fast can the U.S. deliver hundreds of millions of COVID-19 vaccine doses globally?
President Biden on Thursday announced a plan to donate more than 500 million COVID-19 vaccine doses to nearly 100 poorer countries around the world that he described as "a monumental commitment by
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News Wrap: U.S. reservoir hits record low, Labor Department gives mixed economic outlook
In our news wrap Thursday, a reservoir serving much of the western U.S.
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