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July 4, 2022 - PBS NewsHour full episode

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July 4, 2022 - PBS NewsHour full episode

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  • Baratunde Thurston on his new PBS series 'America Outdoors: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    Baratunde Thurston on his new PBS series 'America Outdoors

    S2022 E188 - 3m 43s

    We take a sneak peek at a new PBS program, "America Outdoors," which is premiering on July 5. The six-part series is hosted by bestselling author and outdoor enthusiast Baratunde Thurston. Student Reporting Labs podcast host Zion Williams spoke with Thurston to learn more.

  • News Wrap: Akron on edge after police kill unarmed Black man: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    News Wrap: Akron on edge after police kill unarmed Black man

    S2022 E188 - 5m 33s

    In our news wrap Monday, Akron, Ohio, declared a state of emergency amid protests over the police killing of Jayland Walker, an unarmed Black man. Also, U.S. basketball star Brittney Griner appealed directly to President Biden for her release from Russia, a probe found an Al Jazeera reporter likely died by gunfire from an Israeli position, and severe flooding spurred more evacuations in Sydney.

  • Gas prices and canceled flights create holiday headaches: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    Gas prices and canceled flights create holiday headaches

    S2022 E188 - 9m 16s

    After holding off for part of the pandemic, Americans are traveling in big numbers this summer, but it’s turning out to be much more difficult than many expected, whether you’re flying or driving. We asked people to share their experiences and problems they're facing every day, and Stephanie Sy breaks down what's behind the state of air travel.

  • What to expect next after the Supreme Court's historic term: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    What to expect next after the Supreme Court's historic term

    S2022 E188 - 8m 52s

    The Supreme Court is off this Fourth of July after working overtime the last couple of weeks reshaping the country's legal landscape surrounding abortion, guns and religion. NewsHour's John Yang and The National Law Journal's Marcia Coyle unpack the historic term and what we’ve learned about the court.

  • Tamara Keith and Amy Walter on divisions in America: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    Tamara Keith and Amy Walter on divisions in America

    S2022 E188 - 7m 50s

    NPR’s Tamara Keith and Amy Walter of the Cook Political Report with Amy Walter join Amna Nawaz to discuss the latest political news, including disunity in America, President Biden’s approval ratings, frustrations over inflation and the Jan. 6 hearings.

  • What we know about the Highland Park mass shooting: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    What we know about the Highland Park mass shooting

    S2022 E188 - 6m 8s

    A mass shooting at a Fourth of July parade in a Chicago suburb Monday left at least six people dead and two dozen injured. Authorities have described a person of interest as a 22-year-old white male, with a manhunt now underway. Lynn Sweet, Washington bureau chief at the Chicago Sun-Times who was at the parade when the shots rang out, joins Amna Nawaz to discuss.

  • Students suffer education issues from COVID school closures: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    Students suffer education issues from COVID school closures

    S2022 E188 - 9m 56s

    One of the major consequences of the coronavirus is that children around the world have been unable to attend schools to learn and are too poor to have computers and thus can't learn remotely. This is especially a problem in poor, less developed countries. We take a look at the issue with reports from three countries around the world in Venezuela, Uganda and India.

  • 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 identity: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    How Americans view their country and identity

    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.

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