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

Tuesday on the NewsHour, the United States and its allies increase arms shipments to Ukraine, prompting worries about Russia's reaction. Then, wildfires surge across parched states in the American Plains and the Southwest, forcing thousands to flee. ...
Monday on the NewsHour, Ukraine braces as Russia widens its attacks to the east and the United States announces American diplomats will return to Kyiv. Then, we explore what Elon Musk's $44 billion purchase of Twitter means for the social media giant...
Sunday on the NewsHour, French President Emmanuel Macron won a second term Sunday, over far-right challenger Marine Le Pen. Russian shelling continues in Ukraine, despite calls for a truce on Orthodox Easter and U.S. officials were expected for their...
Saturday on PBS NewsHour Weekend, Russians continue their attack on Ukraine, focusing in on Mariupol. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy announced that Secretary of State Blinken and Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin would meet with him Sunday in K...
Friday on the NewsHour, Russian forces loomed over the ghostly ruins of Mariupol while Ukraine braced for more attacks. The Dow saw its worst day since 2020, two Republicans faced questions over their own words following the Jan. 6 insurrection and F...
Thursday on the NewsHour, the U.S. will send more weapons to Ukraine and welcome refugees, as world leaders consider war crimes against Russia as the fight between the two countries wages on. The White House announces a new strategy to combat rising ...
Wednesday on the NewsHour, Russia intensifies its attacks in Eastern Ukraine in what Ukrainian officials are calling "the battle of the Donbas." One of Russian President Vladimir Putin's most prominent critics discusses his motives and his desires to...
Tuesday on the NewsHour: Russia ramps up its assault on Eastern Ukraine, focusing on the contested Donbas region. A new report details the trauma of family separation as concern grows around the expected large number of migrants at the Southern borde...
Monday on the NewsHour, the Russian invasion of Ukraine intensifies. Also: A federal judge overturns a rule requiring masks on airplanes and other forms of transportation, the Biden administration reopens drilling on federal land, the growing demand ...
Sunday on PBS News Weekend, Ukrainians refuse to surrender as the port city of Mariupol appears to be on the brink of falling to Russian forces. Then, the impact of the war in Ukraine on teenagers studying thousands of miles away. Also, 75 years afte...
Saturday on PBS News Weekend, Russia escalates attacks in eastern Ukraine as authorities in Kyiv announce more than 900 civilian bodies have been found in the capital region alone. Then, a nationwide shortage of baby formula is sending parents acros...
Friday on the NewsHour, explosions close to Kyiv rock the capital while residents of Mariupol shelter without food and other basic needs. Then, a massive investment from Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman raises ethical questions about Jared Kush...
On this edition for Saturday, August 14, the Taliban continues to gain territory in Afghanistan as U.S. troops, embassy staff withdraw, and Afghan female judges, appointed to positions of power, fear for their fate amongst the changing political clim...
Friday on the NewsHour, the Taliban captures a critical province bordering the country's capital and we discuss the nation's uncertain future with the Afghan ambassador to the U.S. Also, we examine the structural inequality in home ownership in Minne...
Thursday on the NewsHour, a string of major Afghanistan cities fall into insurgent hands raising fears of a complete takeover as the U.S. withdraws. Meanwhile, the delta variant continues to spread and Dr. Fauci answers our questions about booster sh...
Wednesday on the NewsHour, Democrats push for a broader investment in families and ways to tackle the climate crisis, the Taliban continues to rapidly seize territory in its bid to regain control of the country, and an experimental new technology hop...
Tuesday on the NewsHour, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo to resign following multiple allegations of sexual harassment, we talk to U.S. Secretary of Energy Jennifer Granholm about how the infrastructure bill will try to tackle climate change, parents nati...
Monday on the NewsHour, a U.N. climate report paints a grim future and calls for dramatic change, the Taliban take control of a critical city in Afghanistan as the country's security forces teeter on the brink of collapse, and we discuss the tenuous ...
On this edition for Sunday, August 8, the Delta variant continues to cause a surge in COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations and death. Also, the Tokyo Olympics draw to a close, and finding a more sustainable way to make one of the most used substances on ...
On this edition for Saturday, August 7, debate over vaccine and mask mandates continues as the U.S. COVID-19 rates hit over 100,000 new cases per day, plus, the rising toll long-haul COVID is having on underserved communities. And in our signature se...