More to Explore from PBS NewsHour
Sunday on PBS News Weekend, elite women’s tennis is back in China for the first time since Chinese tennis star Peng Shuai’s disappearance. What the lack of regulation for tattoo ink means for millions of Americans. The legal loophole that results in unexpectedly high bills for emergency medical transportation. Plus, the story of Lydia Mendoza, the first queen of Tejano music.
Saturday on PBS News Weekend, we look at the changing landscape for applying to college after the Supreme Court’s landmark ruling on race-conscious admissions. Then, how driverless cars are chauffeuring passengers around select American cities, raising safety concerns along the way. Plus, why cricket is gaining popularity in the U.S. after declining for more than a century.
Friday on the NewsHour, the United Auto Workers expands its strike to dozens more facilities. Also: Congress in gridlock as a government shutdown nears, the first federal office of gun violence prevention, new reporting on Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas’ connections to powerful people, Ukraine’s national security adviser, Brooks and Capehart and blues rock duo Tedeschi Trucks Band.
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