PBS NewsHour full episode June 19, 2018
Tuesday on the NewsHour, the storm over taking migrant kids from parents at the U.S.-Mexico border rages on. Also: The president of the Koch Brothers' political arm on the ongoing trade battle, whether a diabetes treatment is giving patients false hope, and the successful recipe for giving students a leg up on their education.
PBS NewsHour full episode June 18, 2018
Monday on the NewsHour, amid a growing outcry to end the separation of immigrant families, President Trump defends his policy. We talk with the former head of Border Protection and examine the political stakes. Also: South Korea's view of President Trump's North Korea dealings, Portland tries to make amends for gentrification and remembering Elizabeth Brackett, one of NewsHour's own.
PBS NewsHour Weekend full episode June 17, 2018
On this edition for Sunday, June 17, a policy of separating immigrant children from their parents at the border draws condemnation, and the surprising source of medical marijuana in Italy. Also, unearthing the unlikely love story of a nurse and German prisoner of war during World War II. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.
PBS NewsHour Weekend full episode June 16, 2018
On this edition for Saturday, June 16, how the escalating trade tensions between U.S. and China will impact American jobs and the world economy, and a new wave of refugees tries to reach Europe through Bosnia. Also, hundreds of women married to ISIS members are being tried in Iraq as terrorists. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.
PBS NewsHour full episode June 15, 2018
Friday on the NewsHour, President Trump gives a wide-ranging impromptu interview, putting the GOP's immigration compromise bill in question. Also: Inside a children's migrant center in San Diego, two North Korean defectors discuss Trump's dealing with Kim Jong Un, beating back the AIDS epidemic in the South, a sexual abuse scandal shakes Chile's Catholic Church, plus Shields and Brooks.
PBS NewsHour full episode June 14, 2018
Thursday on the NewsHour, the Justice Department's watchdog finds former FBI Director James Comey "insubordinate," but doesn't find any evidence of political bias in the investigation into Hillary Clinton's email in 2016. Also: The city with the highest rate of new HIV cases in the U.S., New York sues the Trump Foundation, an import tax to make U.S. washing machines more competitive and more.
PBS NewsHour full episode June 13, 2018
Wednesday on the NewsHour, questions mount as President Trump returns to Washington declaring North Korea no longer a nuclear threat. Also: A push to take back rebel strongholds in Yemen, the winners in Tuesday's primaries, a look at AIDS in Nigeria, failed efforts to stop sexual harassment in science and states step in to help workers save for retirement.
PBS NewsHour full episode June 12, 2018
Tuesday on the NewsHour, President Trump announces an agreement to denuclearize the Korean peninsula with few details. We get full analysis from U.S. senators and former State Department officials. Also: Russia's struggle to stop the virus from spreading and a AT&T-Time Warner merger gets the green light.