PBS NewsHour full episode March 21, 2018
Wednesday on the NewsHour, a bombing suspect in Austin blows himself up after being cornered by police. Also: Mark Zuckerberg breaks his silence on a data firm scandal, what's in Congress' massive spending bill, safeguarding state elections against Russian interference, taking 3D printing to the next level, setbacks for black boys even if they grow up in wealthy families and more.
PBS NewsHour full episode March 20, 2018
Tuesday on the NewsHour, a data firm linked to the Trump campaign exploited millions of personal information from the social media giant Facebook. Also: Congress races toward another deadline to pass a spending bill, an abortion case before the Supreme Court, keeping chronically absent students in the classroom, and two Nigerian women who survived kidnapping by Boko Haram tell their stories.
PBS NewsHour full episode March 19, 2018
Monday on the NewsHour, President Trump takes aim at special counsel Robert Mueller for the first time. Also: What the firing of Andrew McCabe means for the Russia probe, President Trump lays out a plan to combat the opioid crisis, Vladimir Putin's landslide election victory, Amy Walter and Tamara Keith on Politics Monday and writing your own story after a traumatic event.
PBS NewsHour Weekend full episode March 18, 2018
On this edition for Sunday, March 18, Vladimir Putin is declared the winner of Russia’s presidential elections, and how a fellowship program helps former incarcerated artists push for criminal justice reform. Also, Facebook suspends firm for allegedly manipulating user data to influence voters in 2016. Megan Thompson anchors from New York.
PBS NewsHour Weekend full episode March 17, 2018
On this edition for Saturday, March 17, officials continue the search for victims in the Miami bridge collapse, and what the firing of FBI deputy director Andrew McCabe means for the Russia investigation. Also, how displaced Puerto Rican students are adjusting to schools in Hartford, Connecticut, amid budget issues. Megan Thompson anchors from New York.
PBS NewsHour full episode March 16, 2018
Friday on the NewsHour, an exclusive interview with South Korean Foreign Minister Kang Kyung-wha about President Trump's trade threats and diplomacy with the North. Also: Could Russia shut down the U.S. power grid, Shields and Brooks on the White House's revolving door, a view of the border from Arizona's first poet laureate and why a high-end tailor is giving his suits away.
PBS NewsHour full episode March 15, 2018
Thursday on the NewsHour, the Trump administration hits Russia with new sanctions targeting hackers and spy agencies for Moscow's election meddling. Also: Turmoil at the top of the Veterans Affairs Department, the potential for conflict between Israel, Hezbollah and its allies and the market focused on the sneaker trade.
PBS NewsHour full episode March 14, 2018
Wednesday on the NewsHour, students across the nation walk out of school to protest gun violence, one month after a mass shooting at a Florida high school. Also: The UK retaliates for the death of a former Russian spy, remembering the life of Stephen Hawking, Germany's plan to combat growing anti-Semitism and a program that teaches self-defense to people with disabilities.