January 14, 2021 - PBS NewsHour full episode

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January 14, 2021 - PBS NewsHour full episode

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  • News Wrap: U.S. coronavirus deaths near 390,000: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    News Wrap: U.S. coronavirus deaths near 390,000

    S2021 E14 - 5m 12s

    In our news wrap Thursday, coronavirus deaths in U.S. near 390,000, former Michigan officials charged in Flint water crisis, watchdog finds Justice Department knew President Trump’s border policy would separate children from parents, President-elect Biden taps deputy defense secretary David Norquist to temporarily lead the Pentagon, and 2020 essentially ties 2016 for hottest year on record.

  • Investigations intensify in the wake of the Capitol riot: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    Investigations intensify in the wake of the Capitol riot

    S2021 E14 - 7m 6s

    The timing of a Senate impeachment trial for President Trump remains up in the air, as authorities investigate potential threats during the inauguration of President-elect Joe Biden, who is planning a nearly $2 trillion economic package to combat COVID-19 and the resulting economic fallout. Yamiche Alcindor and Lisa Desjardins join Judy Woodruff to discuss.

  • Former Michigan governor is charged for Flint water crisis: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    Former Michigan governor is charged for Flint water crisis

    S2021 E14 - 9m 6s

    Prosecutors in Michigan announced 41 criminal charges against nine former state and city officials Thursday in the Flint water crisis, including Michigan's former governor. Sandra Jones, executive director of R. L. Jones Community Outreach Center at the Greater Holy Temple Church of God in Christ, joins John Yang to discuss the impact the public health failure continues to have on the community.

  • Business begins backing away from Republicans after riot: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    Business begins backing away from Republicans after riot

    S2021 E14 - 6m 9s

    Since last week's riot at the Capitol, more and more companies are cutting ties with Donald Trump, and dozens of corporations suspended political contributions to the 147 members of Congress who refused to certify the election of Joe Biden. Paul Solman reports.

  • Trump's last-minute orders could have long-lasting impacts: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    Trump's last-minute orders could have long-lasting impacts

    S2021 E14 - 6m 53s

    As the days dwindle in the Trump administration, they are still issuing rules and regulations, sanctions and designations that could have impacts both abroad and at home, beyond the end of the administration. William Brangham and Nick Schifrin discuss Trump's orders and how some of them might hamstring the Biden administration.

  • With Trump leaving office, what is the GOP's future?: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    With Trump leaving office, what is the GOP's future?

    S2021 E14 - 8m

    The events at the Capitol, beginning with a violent mob and ending with the second impeachment of President Trump, have exposed deep rifts in the Republican Party. With Trump set to leave office, we discuss the GOP's future with Lanhee Chen, a Hoover Institution fellow who's advised several Republican presidential candidates, and Gary Abernathy, a contributing columnist to The Washington Post.

  • Civil rights pioneer Ruby Bridges on race in America: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    Civil rights pioneer Ruby Bridges on race in America

    S2021 E14 - 7m 54s

    In the 1960s, Ruby Bridges became the first African-American student to integrate into an entirely white public school system in New Orleans. She joins Charlayne Hunter-Gault, who followed in Bridges' footsteps 60 years ago and desegregated the University of Georgia along with Hamilton Holmes, to discuss racism and civil rights in the modern era.

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