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

Wednesday on the NewsHour, residents of Uvalde, Texas mourn the students and teachers killed in a horrific shooting at an elementary school. Then, voters in Georgia make their voices heard in critical primary elections as former President Trump's end...
Tuesday on the NewsHour, more than a dozen children have been killed in a mass shooting at an elementary school in Uvalde, Texas. Then, Georgia voters head to the polls in critical primary elections to determine the state's future and the extent of f...
Monday on the NewsHour, President Biden said during a trip to Asia that the U.S. military would defend Taiwan if China attacked. Then, Georgia Republicans head to the polls in a heated primary animated by former President Trump's lies about the 2020 ...
Sunday on PBS News Weekend, as a series of devastating wildfires continue to burn throughout New Mexico, we look at the role of climate change. Then, a new documentary focuses on often-overlooked stories of people fighting against authoritarian gover...
Saturday on PBS News Weekend, President Biden seeks to strengthen America's influence in Asia amid increasing threats from North Korea. Then, we speak with the White House COVID response coordinator amid a new wave of COVID infections and hospitaliza...
Friday on the NewsHour, investors scramble as the S&P; 500 dives into bear market territory during intraday trading with fears of recession. Then, President Biden focuses on technology gaps and security during trip to Asia. Plus, New York struggles wi...
Thursday on the NewsHour, the leaked Supreme Court opinion that would overturn Roe v. Wade energizes activists on both sides of the issue as new polling shows the majority of Americans disagree with where the court appears to be headed. President Bid...
Wednesday on the NewsHour, consequential general election matchups are set as candidates endorsed by former President Trump have mixed results. Then, the massacre in Buffalo highlights the ongoing issue of mass shooters obtaining their weapons legall...
Tuesday on the NewsHour, President Biden grieves with families of those killed in the mass shooting in Buffalo, calling out the attack as terrorism inspired by the "poison" of white supremacy. Then, Ukrainian fighters leave a steel plant in the city ...
Monday on the NewsHour, Buffalo residents grapple with grief and trauma after the mass shooting that police say was motivated by racism. Then, the ambassadors of Finland and Sweden discuss the future of security in Europe following their requests to ...
Sunday on PBS News Weekend, Buffalo is left reeling after a mass shooting in the city that is being investigated as racially motivated. Then, President Biden and fellow Democrats seek to draw a stark contrast with far-right Republicans. Also, why a P...
Saturday on PBS News Weekend, while the U.S. awaits a Supreme Court ruling that could overturn Roe v. Wade, Latin American countries are expanding abortion access. Then, a social media project memorializes some of the 1 million Americans who have die...
Friday on the NewsHour, Russian shelling of schools in Ukraine highlights the heavy toll the war is taking on children and families who are being torn apart. Then, parents nationwide struggle with a lack of baby formula caused by a recall and the pan...
Thursday on the NewsHour, Americans reflect on hardship and loss as the United states approaches a million deaths from the coronavirus pandemic. Then, Russia's war against Ukraine prompts Finland's leaders to seek NATO membership as soon as possible....
Wednesday on the NewsHour, Congress wrangles over legislation concerning the future of abortion and a critical nomination to the Federal Reserve. Then, Ukrainian forces gain ground around Kharkiv and disrupt a critical gas pipeline as Russian forces ...
Tuesday on the NewsHour, Russian forces bombard Mariupol and the port city of Odesa, but are pushed back in northeast Ukraine. Then, a lawyer who argued against abortion rights before the Supreme Court reflects on the justices' expected ruling to ove...
Monday on the NewsHour, Vladimir Putin on Victory Day paints Russia's brutal invasion of Ukraine as a response to Western policies. Then, a lawyer who argued a landmark abortion rights case before the Supreme Court discusses the possibility of Roe v....
Sunday on PBS News Weekend, a Russian strike kills civilians sheltering in a school, while the last Ukrainian fighters in Mariupol vow to fight to the death. Then, as pressure builds on President Biden to cancel some student loan debt, we look at the...
Saturday on PBS News Weekend, Russia prepares to celebrate Victory Day amid a stalemate in the battle for eastern Ukraine as the last civilians evacuate Mariupol plant. Then, the latest jobs report shows a year of solid growth, but inequality persist...
Friday on the NewsHour, Ukrainians try to rebuild parts of their war-torn country as first lady Jill Biden begins a visit to European nations. Then, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton discusses what the Ukraine war means for Vladimir Putin and...