Brooks and Capehart on immigration policies of Biden, Trump

10m 43s

New York Times columnist David Brooks and Washington Post associate editor Jonathan Capehart join Geoff Bennett to discuss the week in politics, including President Biden's and Donald Trump's visits to the southern border, what to expect on Super Tuesday and Mitch McConnell's announcement he's stepping down from GOP leadership.

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    Thousands gather for Navalny's funeral, defying Kremlin

    S2024 E62 - 3m 48s

    Alexei Navalny, Russia's opposition leader, was buried Friday on the outskirts of Moscow, two weeks after his suspicious death in a Siberian prison camp. He was mourned by thousands in the streets amid threats by the Kremlin and a massive police presence. Navalny showed in death he could still conjure resistance to Putin's authoritarian rule. Nick Schifrin reports.

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    Navalny's legacy and the future of Russian opposition

    S2024 E62 - 5m 14s

    Thousands defied the Kremlin and fears of a police crackdown to gather for the funeral of Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny. Geoff Bennett discussed Navalny's legacy with Dan Storyev, English managing editor at OVD-Info, a human rights organization that aims to end political persecution in Russia. He also participated in Navalny protests.

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    Bangladeshi Nobel winner defends reputation against charges

    S2024 E62 - 6m 38s

    Nearly a half-century after its birth from a bloody civil war, Bangladesh has made significant strides in reducing poverty. One of the best-known architects of this progress is Muhammad Yunus, who popularized the concept of microfinance. However, Yunus has run afoul of his country’s prime minister and now faces criminal charges. Fred de Sam Lazaro reports for the series, Agents for Change.

  • Beyoncé brings new audience to country music: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    Beyoncé brings new audience to country music

    S2024 E62 - 6m

    This week, Beyoncé continued her reign at the top of the country charts. Last week she became the first Black woman to hit number one with her banjo-infused bop “Texas Hold ’Em.” The song has brought a new audience to the genre and reminded music fans of country music's deep African and African American roots. Amna Nawaz has a closer look for our arts and culture series, CANVAS.

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    CDC director on new COVID guidance ending 5-day isolation

    S2024 E62 - 6m 11s

    The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has changed its COVID guidance for when people need to isolate, return to school or work and get a booster shot. It's part of broader recommendations on respiratory illnesses. CDC Director Dr. Mandy Cohen joined Amna Nawaz to discuss the changes.

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