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February 10, 2024 - PBS News Weekend full episode

Saturday on PBS News Weekend, we examine the role that social media and tech companies are playing in the 2024 elections. Then, what a wave of German protests against the rise of the far-right means for the nation and its politics. Plus, how people in the disability community are navigating relationships and finding love.

February 10, 2024 - PBS News Weekend full episode

26m 45s

Saturday on PBS News Weekend, we examine the role that social media and tech companies are playing in the 2024 elections. Then, what a wave of German protests against the rise of the far-right means for the nation and its politics. Plus, how people in the disability community are navigating relationships and finding love.

Previews + Extras

  • News Wrap: Palestinians in Rafah brace for Israeli assault: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    News Wrap: Palestinians in Rafah brace for Israeli assault

    S2024 E42 - 2m 9s

    In our news wrap Saturday, Israel continued bombarding Rafah in southern Gaza as Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu signaled an impending ground assault, a Russian drone attack killed seven people in the Ukrainian city of Kharkiv, and a surprising outcome to Pakistan’s national elections has thrown the country into political chaos.

  • The role of social media companies in the 2024 election: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    The role of social media companies in the 2024 election

    S2024 E42 - 6m 18s

    As 2024 election campaigns pick up steam, Meta announced this week that it would start labeling AI-generated images posted on Facebook, Instagram and Threads. In December, an advocacy group said Meta, YouTube and X have rolled back 17 policies intended to protect against hate speech and misinformation. John Yang speaks with Katie Harbath, former Facebook public policy director, to learn more.

  • What to know about protests against the far-right in Germany: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    What to know about protests against the far-right in Germany

    S2024 E42 - 5m 10s

    For weeks, Germans have been flooding into streets, squares and parks, protesting the increasing influence of far-right parties. This comes as the leading far-right party in Germany suffered a narrow defeat in regional elections that were held in one of the party’s strongholds. POLITICO editor James Angelos joins Ali Rogin to discuss the impact of this increasingly tense political atmosphere.

  • The unique challenges of dating with disabilities: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    The unique challenges of dating with disabilities

    S2024 E42 - 8m 10s

    With Valentine’s Day around the corner, love is on many people’s minds. For people with disabilities or chronic illnesses, navigating the dating world can come with many challenges. Stephanie Sy reports.

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