PBS NewsHour - Full Show

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Listen to the complete PBS NewsHour, specially formatted as a podcast. Published each night by 9 p.m., our full show includes every news segment, every interview, and every bit of analysis as our television broadcast. Is this not what you're looking for? Don't miss our other podcasts for our individual segments, Brooks and Capehart, Politics Monday, Brief but Spectacular, and more. Find them in iTunes or in your favorite podcasting app. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders

Monday on the NewsHour, Puerto Rico experiences massive flooding, widespread power outages and catastrophic damage after Hurricane Fiona slams the island. The United Kingdom grieves as Queen Elizabeth's funeral is held in London. Plus, Turkey's Presi...
Sunday on PBS News Weekend, two Minnesota nurses talk about the recent statewide strike over pay and staffing. Then, we look at how farmers are helping in the race to fight climate change. Plus, Cynt Marshall discusses her journey to become the NBA's...
Saturday on PBS News Weekend, we look at what can be done to prevent similar failures after Jackson, Mississippi's clean water crisis. Then, why many families in the U.S. are struggling to afford diapers for their kids. Plus, what scientists are lear...
Friday on the NewsHour, Ukrainian authorities recover bodies from mass graves in territory recaptured from Russian control. A judge appoints a special master to review classified documents seized in the FBI search of Mar-a-Lago. Plus, Jonathan Capeha...
Thursday on the NewsHour, railroad unions agree to a deal on working conditions and operations, avoiding a potentially catastrophic shutdown. Republican governors continue to send migrants to Democratic-led cities. Plus, residents of a small town lib...
Wednesday on the NewsHour, we catch up with Ukraine's president and army chief after their forces recapture territory and take stock of the damage wrought by the Russians. The midterm stage is set as Americans make their choices in the final primary ...
Tuesday on the NewsHour, new data shows inflation remains stubbornly high, squeezing American consumers and casting a shadow over the larger U.S. economy. Ukrainians return to their homes in areas liberated from the invading Russian military. Plus, a...
Monday on the NewsHour, Ukraine recaptures large swaths of territory in the east while Russia retaliates by causing widespread power outages. The end of a pandemic-era free lunch program prompts confusion about how to sign up for meals. Plus, Democra...
Sunday on PBS News Weekend, we remember Sept. 11 on the 21st anniversary of the deadliest terrorist attack on U.S. soil. We get the latest on the ground in Kharkiv as Ukrainian forces retake control of Russian-held territory. Flooding continues to ra...
Saturday on PBS News Weekend, the U.S. Secretary of Housing and Urban Development discusses the surging costs of renting and buying a home. Then, we look at what's causing the dangerous and unrelenting heat wave gripping the West. Plus, musician Sant...
Friday on the NewsHour, the United Kingdom enters a period of national mourning following the death of Queen Elizabeth. Russian invaders try to force Ukrainians operating Europe's largest nuclear energy plant to leave the facility that is caught in t...
Thursday on the NewsHour, Queen Elizabeth II dies after ruling for more than 70 years. We look back at the life of Britain's longest-reigning monarch. On a surprise visit, Secretary of State Antony Blinken announces more support for Ukraine's fight a...
Wednesday on the NewsHour, a blistering heat wave hangs over California, straining the power grid and raising the alarm about the effects of climate change. We examine the closest Senate races ahead of the November election as Republicans and Democra...
Tuesday on the NewsHour, inspectors reveal their findings from the nuclear plant caught in the crossfire between Ukrainian forces and Russian invaders. We examine legal issues surrounding former President Trump following the appointment of a special ...
Monday on the NewsHour, a judge grants former President Trump's request to have a special master review the documents obtained in an FBI raid of his Florida home. Then, the United Kingdom's Conservative Party chooses Liz Truss to succeed Boris Johnso...
Sunday on PBS News Weekend, we look at the complicated state of American workers ahead of Labor Day. Then, health advocates sound the alarm about maternity ward closures and lack of birth centers around the country. Plus, Geoff Bennett sits down with...
Saturday on PBS News Weekend, we look at the latest on the legal jeopardy surrounding former President Trump. Then, we get answers to some of the questions surrounding President Biden's student loan forgiveness plan. Plus, what to expect in the next ...
Friday on the NewsHour, hiring in the U.S. slows as employers in some industries still struggle to fill positions, President Biden calls out former President Trump and extremist Republicans for undermining the nation's democratic values, David Brooks...
Thursday on the NewsHour, Democrats' chances of holding onto the House this November get a boost with a win in Alaska's special election, CDC advisors recommend another round of boosters specifically designed to fight the omicron variant of COVID-19 ...
Wednesday on the NewsHour, the Department of Justice alleges documents were removed by former President Trump in an attempt to obstruct the federal probe into his mishandling of classified material, South Carolina becomes the latest state to move tow...