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  • Published on 10-18-17By PBS NewsHour
    2 months ago
  • Published on 10-18-17By PBS NewsHour
    2 months ago
  • HARI SREENIVASAN: Army Corporal Dillon Baldridge was killed in Afghanistan in June. He and two fellow soldiers were gunned down by an Afghan police officer suspected of an insider attack. Baldridge’s father was disturbed by the details of his son’s death and expressed that to President Trump in a phone call. Mr. Trump then apparently took an unusual step for
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    Published on 10-18-17By PBS NewsHour
    2 months ago
  • HARI SREENIVASAN: President Xi Jinping opened China’s twice-per-decade Communist Party Congress today with a lengthy list of his achievements during his first five-year term, and his vision of where he hopes to take his nation. But beyond the words, Xi is asserting power like no Chinese leader in decades. William Brangham reports. WILLIAM BRANGHAM: The applause, the music, it was
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    Published on 10-18-17By PBS NewsHour
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  • JUDY WOODRUFF: Now to our series of conversations on the future of the Democratic Party. I sat down with Democratic Congressman Ruben Gallego in the studios of Cronkite School of Journalism here at Arizona State University. He has represented Phoenix in Congress since 2015, and is a Marine Corps veteran who served in the Iraq War. I began by asking
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    Published on 10-18-17By PBS NewsHour
    2 months ago
  • HARI SREENIVASAN: We move from Congress to the controversies swirling around the White House. John Yang has more on the day’s politics. JOHN YANG: Thanks, Hari. We turn back to the president’s exchange with that family of a soldier killed in action earlier this month and the president’s role in the bipartisan effort to stabilize the health insurance market. For
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    Published on 10-18-17By PBS NewsHour
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  • HARI SREENIVASAN: But first: The de facto capital of the Islamic State, Raqqa, in Syria fell yesterday to U.S.-backed forces. However, the largest city the militants once held was Mosul in Iraq. They were ousted from it in July after a brutal 10-month-long fight that killed thousands. Now a new major task: finding and destroying the ISIS mines, booby-traps and
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    Published on 10-18-17By Patty Morales
    2 months ago
  • HARI SREENIVASAN: Let’s turn to the continuing fallout and reaction to the Harvey Weinstein story. Yesterday, Weinstein resigned from the board of his production company following numerous revelations of sexual harassment and several allegations of assault. More than three dozen women have said Weinstein harassed them. While Weinstein has admitted to behaving inappropriately, he has said he didn’t physically assault
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    Published on 10-18-17By PBS NewsHour
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  • HARI SREENIVASAN: Astrophysicists and astronomers all over the world are celebrating a golden moment this week, the announcement of a scientific finding that has Nobel Prize written all over it. They witnessed the collision of two incredibly dense neutron stars and found a scientific Holy Grail in the process. It provides further proof that Albert Einstein was a genius, relatively
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    Published on 10-18-17By PBS NewsHour
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  • More than 500,000 Rohingya Muslims have fled their homes since August to escape systematic violence at the hands of government soldiers in Myanmar. The U.N. has called the actions taken by Myanmar forces against the group “a textbook example of ethnic cleansing.” A report released by Amnesty International on Wednesday documents widespread rape, killings and burnings of Rohingya across
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    Published on 10-18-17By Joshua Barajas
    2 months ago