PBS NewsHour

1975, TV Show

Covering national and international issues, originating from Washington, D.C.


Free | PBS Posted: 5/9/2014

On Tuesday, voters headed to the polls for midterm election primaries in North Carolina, Indiana and Ohio. Republican contenders backed by the Washington establishment, like Senate candidate Thom Tillis in North Carolina, and incumbents like House Speaker John Boehner, made a good showing. NewsHour political editor Domenico Montanaro joins Gwen Ifill to make sense of the results.

Free | PBS Posted: 5/9/2014

Russian President Vladimir Putin announced that he has pulled his military forces from Ukraine s border, and called on pro-Russian separatists to postpone their planned secession vote. However, the White House imposed further sanctions, saying there s no evidence of the retreat. Judy Woodruff gets insight from Angela Stent of Georgetown University and Stephen Cohen of New York University.

Free | PBS Posted: 5/9/2014

PBS NewsHour economics correspondent Paul Solman traveled to Cuba in 2001 to report on the economy's early flirtations with capitalism.

Free | PBS Posted: 5/9/2014

A small team of U.S. specialists will head to Nigeria to help efforts in locating more than 270 girls who were kidnapped from a boarding school -- a provocative attack that has drawn international outrage. To examine expectations for U.S. assistance, Jeffrey Brown talks to Jon Temin of the United States Institute of Peace and Heather Murdock of The Christian Science Monitor.

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Premise: Covering national and international issues, originating from Washington, D.C.


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