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  • Published on 06-28-17By PBS NewsHour
    3 hours ago
  • JUDY WOODRUFF: Here’s a question. What’s next in the Republican effort to repeal and replace Obamacare? I spoke short time ago with one of the senators who helped write the now-delayed bill, John Thune of South Dakota. He is chairman of the Republican Conference, making him the third-ranking Republican in the Senate. Senator Thune, thank you for joining us. I
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    Published on 06-28-17By PBS NewsHour
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  • JUDY WOODRUFF: The NewsHour, in partnership with the Marist Institute for Public Opinion and NPR, is out with a new poll that looks at Americans’ opinions on President Trump, health care, the economy and more. Joining me now to dig into the results are Lee Miringoff of Marist and Amy Walter of The Cook Political Report. Welcome to both of
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    Published on 06-28-17By PBS NewsHour
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  • JUDY WOODRUFF: And just one more of the poll’s findings. When asked about the president’s financial dealings, 33 percent of those polled say they believe he has done something illegal. An additional 28 percent feel he has done something unethical, but not illegal. And 31 percent believe he has done nothing wrong. Our correspondent John Yang takes a closer look
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    Published on 06-28-17By PBS NewsHour
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  • JUDY WOODRUFF: As we reported earlier, governments and industries the world over are trying to deal with effects of the latest in a series of cyber-attacks. The so-called ransomware assault is the second such strike in the last six weeks. Hari Sreenivasan in New York has more. HARI SREENIVASAN: This attack originated yesterday in Ukraine, and rapidly spread through Europe
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    Published on 06-28-17By PBS NewsHour
    4 hours ago
  • JUDY WOODRUFF: But first: Britain’s Prime Minister Theresa May has promised a national investigation into the exterior paneling, called cladding, used in the construction of high-rise buildings, this in the wake of the London apartment fire two weeks ago that left at least 80 dead. Testing shows that the paneling is highly flammable, and is found on apartment blocks around
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    Published on 06-28-17By Iman Smith
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  • JUDY WOODRUFF: This is peak season in the United States for Lyme disease, as people spend more time outdoors and can be at risk for tick bites. Each year, at least 30,000 cases are reported, and researchers believe those estimates are low. Given its debilitating effects on some people, and after years of research, it begs the question: Why is
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    Published on 06-28-17By PBS NewsHour
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  • JUDY WOODRUFF: Now: A bestselling novelist takes on war crimes. Jeffrey Brown has our latest addition to the NewsHour Bookshelf. JEFFREY BROWN: In 2004, 400 people were rounded up from their homes in a village in Bosnia, and buried alive in an old coal mine. But did this mass killing really happen? And, if so, who were the perpetrators? Those
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    Published on 06-28-17By PBS NewsHour
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  • Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is well aware of the political peril of taking health benefits away from millions of voters. He also knows the danger of reneging on the pledge that helped make him the majority leader: to repeal Obamacare. Caught between those competing realities, McConnell’s bill offers a solution: go ahead and repeal Obamacare, but hide the
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    Published on 06-28-17By Meredith Garretson
    5 hours ago
  • WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump is urging the House to pass legislation that would stiffen punishments on people who re-enter the U.S. illegally and for “sanctuary” jurisdictions that refuse to cooperate with federal deportation forces. To highlight the bills up for vote Thursday, the president met with more than a dozen people whose loved ones were killed by people
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    Published on 06-28-17By Joshua Barajas
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