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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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  • Future of cryptocurrencies in question after plunge in value: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    Future of cryptocurrencies in question after plunge in value

    S2022 E175 - 5m 52s

    It's been a very rough year so far for stocks and other investments as the markets have dropped sharply over the past few months. That plunge has been even larger for cryptocurrencies. Since November, the total market value of all cryptocurrencies combined is down nearly two-thirds, or about $2 trillion. Dion Rabouin of The Wall Street Journal joins William Brangham to discuss.

  • Americans celebrate Juneteenth amid push for social justice: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    Americans celebrate Juneteenth amid push for social justice

    S2022 E174 - 9m 51s

    Monday marked just the second time in U.S. history that the federal government has recognized Juneteenth. The holiday celebrates June 19, 1865, when Union soldiers brought word of slavery’s end to Galveston, Texas, freeing the last enslaved people after the Emancipation Proclamation was signed. Peniel Joseph, founder of The Center for the Study of Race and Democracy, joins Amna Nawaz to discuss.

  • Colombia ventures into the unknown with leftist president: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    Colombia ventures into the unknown with leftist president

    S2022 E174 - 4m 59s

    For the first time in its history, Colombia has elected a leftist president. Gustavo Petro is a former guerrilla who became mayor of Bogota and then a senator. He defeated right-wing populist Rodolfo Hernández. As Nick Schifrin reports, his election overturns the center-right political establishment that has long run Colombia, and it could usher in a dramatic change with its U.S. relationship.

  • Asian American rights 40 years after Vincent Chin's murder: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    Asian American rights 40 years after Vincent Chin's murder

    S2022 E174 - 7m 23s

    June marks 40 years since the brutal death of Vincent Chin. The 27-year-old was beaten to death with a baseball bat by two men, who were fined $3,000 and received no jail time. His death sparked calls for justice and a national movement among Asian Americans. Author Min Jin Lee, a writer-in-residence at Amherst College, joins Amna Nawaz for more on his death and Asian American identity today.

  • Tamara Keith and Amy Walter on the battle over GOP messaging: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    Tamara Keith and Amy Walter on the battle over GOP messaging

    S2022 E174 - 9m 56s

    NPR’s Tamara Keith and Amy Walter of the Cook Political Report with Amy Walter join Lisa Desjardins to discuss the latest political news, including how Republican midterm campaigns are ramping up their rhetoric to appeal to the base amid a fight over the party's vision.

  • Remembering Mark Shield's life, career and legacy: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    Remembering Mark Shield's life, career and legacy

    S2022 E174 - 14m 56s

    Mark Shields, a syndicated columnist and commentator, was a fixture on the NewsHour for 33 years, providing insights into our nation's politics each Friday night before his retirement in December 2020. He died on Saturday at the age of 85. His daughter Amy Doyle, and his longtime sparring partner, New York Times columnist David Brooks, join Judy Woodruff to remember his life and legacy.

  • News Wrap: COVID vaccinations begin for children under age 5: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    News Wrap: COVID vaccinations begin for children under age 5

    S2022 E174 - 5m 8s

    In our news wrap Monday, children under the age of 5 began receiving COVID vaccines, President Biden considers a pause on the federal gas tax, militants killed at least 132 villagers in Mali, Israel is headed for a new election, the Biden administration reached an agreement with Native American tribes to co-manage Bears Ears National Monument in Utah, and Russia unleashed new assaults on Ukraine.

  • News Wrap: Ethnic killing in Ethiopia claims over 200 lives: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    News Wrap: Ethnic killing in Ethiopia claims over 200 lives

    S2022 E173 - 3m 32s

    In our news wrap Sunday, an ethnic mass killing in Ethiopia has claimed the lives of more than 200 Amhara people, Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen expects an economic slowdown but not necessarily a recession, voters in Colombia head to the polls in presidential runoff, Yellowstone National Park will partly reopen after flooding, and world swimming adopted new rules for transgender athletes.

  • Juneteenth's evolution into a national holiday: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    Juneteenth's evolution into a national holiday

    S2022 E173 - 6m 4s

    Monday will be the second time Juneteenth is a federal holiday. The day honors the emancipation of enslaved African-Americans, but some people are still figuring out how to best mark the holiday. John Yang spoke with two organizers about Juneteenth’s meaning.

  • Glass artist takes inspiration from the Arizona desert: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    Glass artist takes inspiration from the Arizona desert

    S2022 E173 - 5m 51s

    In the desert of Arizona, you can visit one of famed architect Frank Lloyd Wright's homes. But for the past few months, the site has also been home to an installation by glass artist, Dale Chihuly. Special correspondent Mike Cerre looks at how the work of these two artists came together among the rugged landscape.

  • NPR's Scott Simon reflects on fatherhood and lessons learned: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    NPR's Scott Simon reflects on fatherhood and lessons learned

    S2022 E173 - 7m 21s

    Few people have spoken as honestly and openly about the joys and challenges of fatherhood as Scott Simon, author and host of NPR's Weekend Edition Saturday. For Father's Day, Geoff Simon spoke with Simon to gain his perspectives on being a dad.

  • News Wrap: CDC backs COVID vaccinations for kids under 5: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    News Wrap: CDC backs COVID vaccinations for kids under 5

    S2022 E172 - 2m 36s

    In our news wrap Saturday, the CDC authorized COVID vaccinations for children under 5, Ukraine's President Zelenskyy paid a rare visit to troops on the front lines in the southern city of Mykolaiv, at least 18 people died in floods in India and Bangladesh, and Mark Shields, a fixture on the NewsHour for more than three decades, died at the age of 85.

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