On this edition for Sunday, Dec. 17, the GOP's tax bill is expected to pass and get signed by President Trump this week. And, in the
On this edition for Saturday, Dec. 23, drones help prevent conflicts between farmers and elephants in Tanzania, and a documentary
On this edition for Sunday, Dec. 24, President Trump takes aim at the FBI on Twitter, and how Hawaii is addressing homelessness in
On this edition for Saturday, Dec. 9, officials confirm the first death related to wildfires that continue to ravage Southern California.
On this edition for Saturday, Dec. 30, anti-government protests continue across Iran, and the Lada, an old school Russian car, is
On this edition for Sunday, Dec. 3, President Donald Trump goes on the offensive in a flurry of tweets, changing his previous account
On this edition for Saturday, Dec. 16, more details emerge about the Republican tax bill as it nears a final vote next week, and how
On this edition for Sunday, Dec. 10, President Donald Trump reiterates his support for Roy Moore, two days before the Alabama
On this edition for Sunday, Dec. 31, the nation confronts severe cold as the year ends, and the number of journalists jailed across
On this edition for Saturday, Dec. 2, the Senate passed a nearly $1.5 trillion tax package, pushing one of the largest overhauls of tax
Friday on the NewsHour, the war in Yemen reaches a devastating milestone with a million recorded cases of cholera. Also: A pattern
On this edition for Saturday, Nov. 11, President Trump said he questioned Vladimir Putin about Russian meddling in the U.S.
Friday on the NewsHour, as Iraqi forces take back the last ISIS-held town in the country, a new investigation reveals the civilian
On this edition for Sunday, Nov. 26, Rep. John Conyers announces he's giving up his post as top Democrat on the House Judiciary
Tuesday on the NewsHour, Russian intelligence operations continue to influence U.S. opinion. Also: The Boston Globe investigates
Tuesday on the NewsHour, Alabama voters head to the polls to decide a competitive Senate race marked by sexual assault claims.
On this edition for Sunday, Oct. 29, Puerto Rico calls to cancel a $300 million utility contract to restore its power after a federal
Friday on the NewsHour, bitter cold freezes much of the United States as Americans brace for a frigid New Year's. Also: Bombing
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