PBS News Hour

April 21, 2024 - PBS News Weekend full episode

Sunday on PBS News Weekend, we ask NATO’s Secretary General if the delayed U.S. aid to Ukraine is too late to make a difference. Then, how a Supreme Court case on laws limiting homeless encampments could reshape policy across the country. Plus, a look at the tensions in one Montana city over people experiencing homelessness camping in vehicles.

NATO head Stoltenberg on impact of U.S. aid to Ukraine

7m 51s

Among the Western leaders welcoming Saturday’s House approval of Ukraine aid was NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg, who called it a move that “makes us all safer, in Europe and North America.” Earlier, John Yang spoke with Stoltenberg from NATO headquarters in Brussels, and discussed how the aid will affect Ukraine’s war against Russia.

Previews + Extras

  • What’s at stake in SCOTUS case on laws limiting homelessness: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    What’s at stake in SCOTUS case on laws limiting homelessness

    S2024 E113 - 6m 18s

    The Supreme Court is set to hear arguments Monday on whether laws limiting homelessness are unconstitutional because they punish people for being unhoused. The case is about laws in a small city in Oregon, but the outcome could reshape policies nationwide for years to come. John Yang speaks with Charley Willison, who teaches public health at Cornell University, to learn more.

  • Montana city grapples with rise of people living in vehicles: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    Montana city grapples with rise of people living in vehicles

    S2024 E113 - 6m 33s

    In some cities with growing numbers of people experiencing homelessness, the issue goes beyond encampments in public places — they’re also coping with more people living in cars and RVs parked on city streets. City leaders in Bozeman, Montana, are dealing with the tensions brought on by this more visible display of homelessness. Joe Lesar of Montana PBS reports.

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