PBS NewsHour

February 19, 2024 - PBS NewsHour full episode

Monday on the NewsHour, Alexei Navalny's widow accuses the Kremlin of covering up her husband's death and vows to continue his fight for a free Russia. Then, Poland's foreign minister discusses the war in Ukraine and the impact Congress is having by withholding U.S. support. Plus, the conservative group behind claims of illegal ballot stuffing in Georgia's 2020 election admits it has no evidence.

Tamara Keith and Amy Walter on South Carolina's primary

10m 21s

NPR’s Tamara Keith and Amy Walter of the Cook Political Report with Amy Walter join William Brangham to discuss the latest political news, including how the presidential primary season may effectively come to a close this week after voters in South Carolina finish casting their votes, former president Trump’s legal troubles mount and the Capitol Hill debate on funding Ukraine’s defense carries on.

Previews + Extras

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    A Brief But Spectacular take on building trust in school

    S2024 E51 - 5m 47s

    Valor Collegiate Academy in Nashville encourages students to share what's going on in their lives and to accept support, creating what they call a community of care. We hear from high school teacher Natalie Nikitas and Valor students as they give their Brief But Spectacular take on building trust at school.

  • Paul Giamatti on his Oscar-nominated role in 'The Holdovers': asset-mezzanine-16x9

    Paul Giamatti on his Oscar-nominated role in 'The Holdovers'

    S2024 E51 - 7m 20s

    In whatever he appears in, Paul Giamatti makes an impression, whether that's in films or television, or as lead or character actor. Last month he won a Golden Globe Award for his performance in the film, “The Holdovers," a role that has also brought him his first best actor Oscar nomination. He recently spoke with Jeffrey Brown for our arts and culture series, "CANVAS."

  • How 2020 election denialism became a litmus test for the GOP: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    How 2020 election denialism became a litmus test for the GOP

    S2024 E51 - 7m 18s

    True the Vote, a group that spread false allegations about the 2020 election, recently admitted to a judge – reported first by The Atlanta Journal-Constitution – that it has no evidence to back its claims. Yet these conspiracies are still repeated by former President Trump. Laura Barrón-López reports on the larger web of 2020 election denialism and how it became a litmus test for the GOP.

  • Navalny's widow vows to continue his fight for a free Russia: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    Navalny's widow vows to continue his fight for a free Russia

    S2024 E51 - 9m 8s

    Alexei Navalny's death Friday in a Russian Arctic prison continues reverberating around the globe. World leaders, including President Biden, spoke Monday of stepped-up sanctions against Russia as Navalny's widow picked up his fight against Vladimir Putin. Andrei Soldatov, an investigative journalist and Center for European Policy Analysis senior fellow, joins William Brangham to discuss.

  • Poland's foreign minister on concerns US will abandon allies: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    Poland's foreign minister on concerns US will abandon allies

    S2024 E51 - 7m 50s

    Along the eastern flank of NATO nations sit several former Soviet satellite states, with long and bitter memories of Russian dominance. They are among the strongest supporters of Ukraine's fight against a Russia's invasion and warn that more must be done to defeat Putin's army. During the Munich Security Conference, Nick Schifrin sat down with Radek Sikorski, Poland's foreign minister, to discuss.

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