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July 3, 2022 - PBS News Weekend full episode

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July 3, 2022 - PBS News Weekend full episode

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  • Russia claims control of pivotal city of Lysychansk: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    Russia claims control of pivotal city of Lysychansk

    S2022 E187 - 1m 55s

    Russia on Sunday claimed full control of the eastern Ukrainian city of Lysychansk, though Ukrainian President Zelenskyy insisted fierce fighting there is not over yet. The city is the last major Ukrainian stronghold in the Luhansk province. If Lysychansk is seized, it will bring Moscow a large step closer to its goal of capturing all of the Donbas region. Lisa Desjardins reports.

  • News Wrap: Akron police fatally shot unarmed Black man: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    News Wrap: Akron police fatally shot unarmed Black man

    S2022 E187 - 2m 23s

    In our news wrap Sunday, authorities in Akron, Ohio say 25-year-old Black man Jayland Walker was unarmed when police fatally shot him last week, police in Copenhagen, Denmark say several people are dead after a mall shooting, at least five people are feared dead after a glacier collapse triggered an avalanche in the Italian Alps, and thousands evacuate flooding in Sydney, Australia.

  • How people can protect their data after the Roe ruling: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    How people can protect their data after the Roe ruling

    S2022 E187 - 4m 3s

    The Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe v. Wade has raised concerns about technology and the kinds of data that should be protected. Google said this week it will automatically delete abortion clinic visits from users' location history. But it's not clear how quickly that will happen. Rebecca Wexler, professor of law at University of California at Berkeley, joins Ali Rogin to discuss.

  • Afghan women who used to be judges try to flee the Taliban: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    Afghan women who used to be judges try to flee the Taliban

    S2022 E187 - 6m 19s

    Following the American invasion of Afghanistan in 2001, the country saw sweeping reforms, including in its courts, with the appointment of more than 250 female judges. But with the withdrawal of U.S. forces last August and the Taliban takeover, the jobs and lives of those female judges were put at risk. Christopher Booker reports on the efforts to help get them to safety in a new country.

  • How Americans view their country and identify: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    How Americans view their country and identify

    S2022 E187 - 8m 57s

    The Declaration of Independence's words are timeless, "we hold these truths to be self-evident." But in this time of stark divisions, is it self-evident what it means to be American? Ahead of the Fourth of July holiday, we reached out to Americans, some we met on the National Mall in Washington D.C., others who spoke from their homes, to talk about how we see ourselves.

  • News Wrap: Uvalde schools police chief leaves city council: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    News Wrap: Uvalde schools police chief leaves city council

    S2022 E186 - 2m 55s

    In our news wrap Saturday, the district police chief for Uvalde schools has resigned from his position on the City Council amid a growing outcry, Texas' top court ruled against a temporary four-day window to abortion access, New York reimposed limits on firearms after a Supreme Court ruling, and California passed tough new restrictions on plastic waste.

  • Biden faces obstacles as he tries to protect abortion access: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    Biden faces obstacles as he tries to protect abortion access

    S2022 E186 - 5m 34s

    President Biden this week confronted the political and legal realities about abortion in America and protecting access to it, with a lack of votes from Democrats to reform the filibuster and legalize abortion nationally and limitations under the law. Leah Litman, assistant professor of law at the University of Michigan and host of the “Strict Scrutiny" podcast, joins Lisa Desjardins to discuss.

  • How Roe reversal could impact domestic violence survivors: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    How Roe reversal could impact domestic violence survivors

    S2022 E186 - 5m 25s

    The Supreme Court's reversal on Roe is setting off ripple effects as states implement abortion bans. Among them, rising concern for women abused by those close to them. Natalie Nanasi, a professor at SMU Law School, and Lori Gonzalez from Domestic Violence Intervention Services, a nonprofit in Tulsa, Oklahoma, joins Lisa Desjardins to discuss.

  • Soccer legend Briana Scurry opens up about her career: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    Soccer legend Briana Scurry opens up about her career

    S2022 E186 - 6m 32s

    Soccer trailblazer Briana Scurry is telling her story in a new memoir, "My Greatest Save,” sharing the highs of Olympic gold medals and World Cup wins and the lows like the on-field collision that ended her career. Geoff Bennett recently spoke to Scurry about her experiences at Audi Field in Washington, D.C., where she's a coach and one of the new investors for the Washington Spirit.

  • A Brief But spectacular take on Black leadership and climate: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    A Brief But spectacular take on Black leadership and climate

    S2022 E186 - 3m 17s

    Heather McTeer Toney spent three years leading the Environmental Protection Agency for the southeastern United States. She now continues her advocacy for the environment both nationally and worldwide. She shares her Brief But Spectacular take on centering Black leadership in climate change solutions.

  • News Wrap: Russian missiles kill 21 in southern Ukraine: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    News Wrap: Russian missiles kill 21 in southern Ukraine

    S2022 E185 - 4m 25s

    In our news wrap Friday, Russian missiles pounded a coastal town in southern Ukraine killing at least 21 people including two children, the trial for U.S. women's basketball star Brittney Griner began outside Moscow, at least 19 people in northeastern India died in mudslides triggered by torrential rain, a new tropical storm formed over the Caribbean, and monkeypox cases tripled across Europe.

  • Weather forecasters increasingly address climate change: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    Weather forecasters increasingly address climate change

    S2022 E185 - 7m 54s

    Even before summer began, there were extreme heat waves and new heat records throughout the Northern Hemisphere, and the forecast calls for a hotter-than-normal summer in much of the U.S. Scientists say climate change is accelerating and intensifying these kinds of heat waves. It's taken a while for some TV weathermen and women to make these connections, but that's changing. Miles O'Brien reports.

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