April 2, 2024 - PBS NewsHour full episode

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April 2, 2024 - PBS NewsHour full episode

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  • Israeli strike killing 7 WCK aid workers sparks outrage: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    Israeli strike killing 7 WCK aid workers sparks outrage

    S2024 E94 - 4m 15s

    There have been few incidents in six months of war in Gaza that created the level of outrage that leaders across three continents expressed Tuesday. It comes after an Israeli strike killed seven members of Chef Jose Andres' World Central Kitchen aid organization, including one American-Canadian dual citizen. Israel called the killings unintended and vowed to investigate. Nick Schifrin reports.

  • News Wrap: Biden, Xi speak for first time since November: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    News Wrap: Biden, Xi speak for first time since November

    S2024 E94 - 3m 54s

    In our news wrap Tuesday, President Biden and Chinese President Xi Jinping spoke by phone in their first conversation since a summit in California last November, Ukrainian military drones struck an oil refinery and drone-making factory in what may be the deepest attack inside Russia yet and anti-smoking advocates are suing the Biden administration over a stalled ban on menthol cigarettes.

  • Buttigieg on federal role in rebuilding Baltimore bridge: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    Buttigieg on federal role in rebuilding Baltimore bridge

    S2024 E94 - 8m 23s

    A massive operation is underway at the site of the deadly bridge collapse in Baltimore. Crews are undertaking painstaking tasks, removing sharp twisted steel and concrete debris from the port. No one knows yet how long it will take to clean up the wreckage and open the channel. Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg will play a key role in all of this and joined Geoff Bennett to discuss more.

  • A look at the investigations surrounding Sean "Diddy" Combs: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    A look at the investigations surrounding Sean "Diddy" Combs

    S2024 E94 - 5m 42s

    Federal authorities are investigating allegations of sexual trafficking by Sean “P. Diddy” Combs. The music mogul is already facing a series of civil lawsuits from several women, and at least one man, alleging he either assaulted, abused or trafficked them. Combs has denied all allegations. Amna Nawaz discussed the latest with Sidney Madden of NPR and co-host of its podcast "Louder Than A Riot."

  • Florida Supreme Court clears way for 6-week abortion ban: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    Florida Supreme Court clears way for 6-week abortion ban

    S2024 E94 - 5m 20s

    The Florida Supreme Court paved the way for the state’s six-week abortion ban to take effect. But in a separate ruling, the justices said Florida voters will be able to decide on a constitutional amendment protecting abortion access in November. Geoff Bennett discussed more with Lynda Bell, president of Florida Right to Life, one of the state’s largest anti-abortion groups.

  • New book explores evolving role of America's First Ladies: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    New book explores evolving role of America's First Ladies

    S2024 E94 - 6m 23s

    Part policy messenger, part campaign whisperer, part style icon. Expectations of America's First Lady shift with each administration. In her new book, "American Woman The Transformation of the Modern First Lady from Hillary Clinton to Jill Biden," Katie Rogers explores how each wife has brought something unique to this ever-changing role. Laura Barrón-López sat down with Rogers to discuss more.

  • Novel retells ‘Huckleberry Finn’ from Jim's point of view: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    Novel retells ‘Huckleberry Finn’ from Jim's point of view

    S2024 E94 - 7m 28s

    “The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn'' by Mark Twain is one of the cornerstones of American literature. "James," a new novel by Percival Everett, takes another look at the story and brings an unheard voice to the forefront. Jeffrey Brown sat down with Everett for our arts and culture series, CANVAS.

  • A Brief But Spectacular take on inspiring a love of learning: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    A Brief But Spectacular take on inspiring a love of learning

    S2024 E94 - 3m 13s

    Joan Wicks is a sixth-grade humanities teacher in Los Angeles who helped her students rebound from COVID learning loss through her devotion and advocacy. The school was recently recognized with the California Distinguished Schools Award. Wicks shares her Brief But Spectacular take on inspiring a love of learning.

  • Anera pauses Gaza aid after Israeli strike on WCK workers: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    Anera pauses Gaza aid after Israeli strike on WCK workers

    S2024 E94 - 6m 4s

    American Near East Refugee Aid, or Anera, paused operations in Gaza after an Israeli strike killed seven members of the World Central Kitchen. For the last 6 months, Anera has been delivering medicine, water and food in Gaza, including some 150,000 meals a day. Sean Carroll, the group's president and CEO, joined Amna Nawaz to discuss his concerns.

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