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  • S05E01 January 1, 2017

    • January 1, 2017
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    A massive manhunt is underway in Turkey for a gunman who opened fire on hundreds of people celebrating the New Year. Also, North Korean defectors who escaped to the south still face difficulties. Later, journalists and media outlets confront the questions raised by this year's election and plan for what comes next. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S05E02 January 7, 2017

    • January 7, 2017
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    A Florida airport reopens the day after a mass shooting. Also, what happens now following U.S. intelligence assessments on Russian influence on the presidential election? Later, learn how the state of Kentucky offers a preview of a debate over the Affordable Care Act. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S05E03 January 8, 2017

    • January 8, 2017
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    President-elect Donald Trump’s cabinet nominees prepare for their Senate confirmation hearings this week. Later, a look at the debate over incarcerating juveniles as adults. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S05E04 January 14, 2017

    • January 14, 2017
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    President-elect Donald Trump calls for new directions on U.S. policies toward Russia and China. Also: A camp for homeless U.S. military veterans gets community support in Arizona, why President Obama failed to close the Guantanamo Bay prison, and London’s first Muslim mayor is breaking barriers. Alison Stewart anchors from New York.

  • S05E05 January 15, 2017

    • January 15, 2017
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    Breaking down the tradition of using the first 100 days of presidency as a benchmark for future success. Later, the U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency is considering whether it should make kratom, a painkiller and psychoactive drug, illegal and trends from a Pew Research Center survey of 8,000 police. Alison Stewart anchors from New York.

  • S05E06 January 21, 2017

    • January 21, 2017
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    President Donald Trump began his first day in office as people marched in support of women’s rights in cities across the world. Also, a breakdown of the president's inaugural speech. And, will Congress reform how it does business? Two former members have hopes for bipartisanship. Alison Stewart anchors from New York.

  • S05E07 January 22, 2017

    • January 22, 2017
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    President Donald Trump’s administration said it will not release his tax returns, and Trump dismissed the massive crowds who joined the Women’s March on Saturday. Later, a look at the decision by the Obama administration to send thousands of U.S. troops to Eastern Europe in response to Russian aggression. Alison Stewart anchors from New York.

  • S05E08 January 28, 2017

    • January 28, 2017
    • PBS

    Confusion at airports around the world as President Donald Trump’s executive order bans refugees and immigrants from seven Muslim-majority countries. And, as the president plans to renegotiate NAFTA, a free trade agreement with Canada and Mexico, many business owners and politicians in Texas are in favor of the deal. Alison Stewart anchors from New York.

  • S05E09 January 29, 2017

    • January 29, 2017
    • PBS

    Federal judges halt a portion of President Trump’s order banning immigrants from seven majority-Muslim nations as protestors of the ban take to the streets. Also, analysis on the executive order and other actions taken during the president’s first 10 days in office. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S05E10 February 4, 2017

    • February 4, 2017
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    The Trump administration's ban on immigration from seven mostly Muslim countries is on hold nationwide following Friday’s restraining order by a federal court judge. Later, armed Arizona citizens are patrolling the U.S.-Mexico border because they say the government has failed to secure it. Alison Stewart anchors from New York.

  • S05E11 February 5, 2017

    • February 5, 2017
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    President Donald Trump’s immigration ban on people from seven predominantly Muslim countries could head to the U.S. Supreme Court as the debate continues on the constitutionality of the executive order. Later, hear from Syrians in Allentown, Pa. who are divided about the ban. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S05E12 February 11, 2017

    • February 11, 2017
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    Hundreds of undocumented immigrants arrested by federal agents during raids in six states now face deportation. Also, states compete to attract companies that are looking for the best financial incentives. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S05E13 February 12, 2017

    • February 12, 2017
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    North Korea fires a ballistic missile in defiance of the international community and President Donald Trump mulls next steps for his immigration ban that was blocked by federal courts. Later, hear from people living in cohousing communities that are intergenerational by design. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S05E14 February 18, 2017

    • February 18, 2017
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    President Donald Trump rallies supporters to get behind his agenda, and his administration seeks to reassure European allies at the Munich Security Conference. Also, the fight over who controls public land in western states, and a look at the future of Facebook. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S05E15 February 19, 2017

    • February 19, 2017
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    President Donald Trump is vetting the next national security adviser. Later, remembering the 75th anniversary of one of America’s most controversial executive orders that led to the internment of more than 100,000 Japanese people, including U.S. citizens. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S05E16 February 25, 2017

    • February 25, 2017
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    The Democratic Party elects a new national chairman as the annual Republican-led Conservative Political Action Conference comes to an end. Later, will Britain’s exit from the European Union affect the tenuous peace process in Northern Ireland? Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S05E17 February 26, 2017

    • February 26, 2017
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    A draft plan for the Affordable Care Act makes its way to Washington, D.C. Later, a look at the factors that led to months of protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S05E18 March 4, 2017

    • March 4, 2017
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    President Trump accuses former President Obama of wiretapping him during the election without providing evidence, and a look at why the U.S. military is expanding its role in Yemen. Later, citizen videographers document innovative ways to make large cities more sustainable, and the FCC considers policy changes. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S05E19 March 5, 2017

    • March 5, 2017
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    The fallout continues after President Donald Trump claimed without providing evidence that former President Barack Obama had wiretapped Trump Tower during the presidential campaign. Later, the cost of water that was contaminated with lead in Flint, Michigan will rise when the state ends a subsidy program. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S05E20 March 11, 2017

    • March 11, 2017
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    Vice President Mike Pence is promoting a new GOP healthcare plan in Kentucky, the state with the highest rate of people covered under the Affordable Care Act. Later, hear about an American who joined the Islamic State and what led him to the terrorist group. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S05E21 March 12, 2017

    • March 12, 2017
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    On this edition for Sunday, March 12, Republicans fight over a plan to replace the Affordable Care Act, a federal panel ruled that Texas gerrymandering intentionally discriminates against Hispanics, and the Netherlands prepares to pick its next leader. Also, throughout history presidents have used secrecy to escape public scrutiny. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S05E22 March 18, 2017

    • March 18, 2017
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    On this edition for Saturday, March 18, a gunman tries to shoot travelers at a busy airport in France, the U.S. and China discuss working together on policy toward North Korea, and the documentary “Newtown” explores the aftermath of the 2012 mass shooting at Sandy Hook.

  • S05E23 March 19, 2017

    • March 19, 2017
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    On this edition for Sunday, March 19, South Korea helps decrease food waste with new policies, and what to expect from the Gorsuch confirmation hearings. Later, remembering rock ‘n’ roll legend Chuck Berry. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S05E24 March 25, 2017

    • March 25, 2017
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    On this edition for Saturday, March 25, assessing the impact of the failed Republican health care bill, and the Trump administration turns its attention to tax reform. Later, famine and fears of genocide in South Sudan as the country's humanitarian crisis worsens amid a civil war. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S05E25 March 26, 2017

    • March 26, 2017
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    On this edition for Sunday, March 26, Venezuela asks for assistance as medical supplies have nearly depleted. Later, Ireland prepares for the financial fallout of the United Kingdom’s exit from the European Union. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S05E26 April 1, 2017

    • April 1, 2017
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    On this edition for Saturday, April 1, key members of the Trump administration make financial disclosures and Venezuela undergoes a constitutional crisis. Also, a closer look at the long-divided island of Cyprus and National Geographic addresses climate change. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S05E27 April 2, 2017

    • April 2, 2017
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    On this edition for Sunday, April 2, the Senate gets ready to vote on Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch and President Donald Trump prepares to host the president of Egypt. Later, British citizens in Gibraltar are bracing for the effects the United Kingdom’s exit from the European Union might have on travel and trade. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S05E28 April 8, 2017

    • April 8, 2017
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    On this edition for Saturday, April 8, a look at the aftermath and political implications of the U.S. missile strike in Syria following a chemical weapons attack there. Later, a nonprofit experiments with giving cash to villagers in Kenya. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S05E29 April 9, 2017

    • April 9, 2017
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    On this edition for Saturday, April 9, President Donald Trump's foreign policy team calls for political change in Syria, and families ask for more data on post-college earnings and employment. Later, the difference between two California cities’ approaches to immigration issues. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S05E30 April 15, 2017

    • April 15, 2017
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    On this edition for Saturday, April 15, North Korea shows off new missiles during its annual military parade, and the aftermath of the largest non-nuclear bomb ever used by the U.S. military. Later, the U.S. immigrants who are fleeing President Donald Trump’s anti-immigration policies by crossing into Canada. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S05E31 April 16, 2017

    • April 16, 2017
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    On this episode for Sunday, April 16, the U.S. responds to North Korea’s failed missile test and Turkey’s president gets more executive power. Later, Democratic members of Congress have reintroduced a bill for paid family leave, something Rhode Island is already experimenting with. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S05E32 April 22, 2017

    • April 22, 2017
    • PBS

    On this episode for Saturday, April 22, thousands of people join the March for Science across the country and scientists gear up to run for office. Later, France prepares to hold a presidential election. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S05E33 April 23, 2017

    • April 23, 2017
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    On this edition for Sunday, April 23, French voters head to the polls to choose the country's next leader and Venezuelan protesters continue to demand President Nicolas Maduro schedule a new election amid soaring inflation. Also, tensions grow between many Democratic-led cities and the Republican-controlled states where they are located. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S05E34 April 29, 2017

    • April 29, 2017
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    On this edition for Saturday, April 29, a reflection on President Donald Trump’s first 100 days in office and whether he is fulfilling his promises. Later, the Trump administration is proposing corporate tax reforms in an attempt to lure companies that have gone overseas back to the U.S. Megan Thompson anchors from New York.

  • S05E35 April 30, 2017

    • April 30, 2017
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    On this edition for Sunday, April 30, half of the immigrants detained in raids in the days after President Donald Trump took office either had traffic violations or clean records. Later, hospitals across the country are cutting jobs and researchers are using drones to prevent human-elephant conflicts in Tanzania. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S05E36 May 6, 2017

    • May 6, 2017
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    On this edition for Saturday, May 6, French youth voice their opinions on this weekend’s presidential election runoff as centrist candidate Emmanuel Macron faces a hacking attack. Later, what’s next for congressional Republicans’ health care plan. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S05E37 May 7, 2017

    • May 7, 2017
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    On this edition for Sunday, May 7, France picks a new president and former Obama administration deputy and acting Attorney General Sally Yates is set to testify about President Donald Trump’s one-time national security adviser Michael Flynn. Later, Cambodian refugees deported by the U.S. adjust to a homeland they never knew. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S05E38 May 13, 2017

    • May 13, 2017
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    On this edition for Saturday, May 13, the search begins to replace former FBI director James Comey and countries around the world investigate Friday's ransomware attack. Later, learn how the small African country of Djibouti has become an important location for international military bases. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S05E39 May 14, 2017

    • May 14, 2017
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    On this edition for Sunday, May 14, international condemnation follows North Korea's missile launch, and a growing number of conservative Republican voices are calling for action on climate change. Later, learn what's behind America's rising maternal mortality rate. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S05E40 May 20, 2017

    • May 20, 2017
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    On this edition for Saturday, May 20, President Donald Trump visits Saudi Arabia on his first trip abroad as commander-in-chief. Later, Iran re-elects President Hassan Rouhani, and Kenya works toward universal access to electricity. Alison Stewart anchors from New York.

  • S05E41 May 21, 2017

    • May 21, 2017
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    On this edition for Sunday, May 21, President Donald Trump addresses the threat of terrorism and calls on Arab leaders to confront extremism. Later, hear about sexual education and how different approaches affect teen pregnancy rates. Alison Stewart anchors from New York.

  • S05E42 May 27, 2017

    • May 27, 2017
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    On this edition, for Saturday, May 27, President Donald Trump is returning to the White House after his first trip overseas as commander in chief. Later, economist Tyler Cowen argues that the U.S., which was founded on risk and built on innovation, has lost the dynamism that set it apart from the rest of the world. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S05E43 May 28, 2017

    • May 28, 2017
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    On this edition for Sunday, May 28, President Donald Trump’s administration considers a surge in troops to Afghanistan. Later, remembering President John F. Kennedy on the 100th anniversary of his birth, and The Beatles’ “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band” turns 50. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S05E44 June 3, 2017

    • June 3, 2017
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    On this edition for Saturday, June 3, Vladimir Putin plays down allegations of Russian hacking into the American presidential election, and a look at Marvel’s first queer Latina superhero. Also, ordinary citizens in Cambodia are losing land as economic development spreads. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S05E45 June 4, 2017

    • June 4, 2017
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    On this edition for Sunday, June 4, Britain is on high alert following Saturday's terrorist attack that killed seven in London, the third to strike the country in the last three months. Later, learn more about America's underemployed. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S05E46 June 10, 2017

    • June 10, 2017
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    On this edition for Saturday, June 10, we look at what happened in Washington this week while the nation focused on former FBI director James Comey, and an exhibit follows the capture of Nazi leader Adolf Eichmann. Later, how social media can help mobilize protest. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S05E47 June 11, 2017

    • June 11, 2017
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    On this edition for Sunday, June 11, President Donald Trump turns his focus to an infrastructure plan, and a new film follows the only bank charged after the 2008 financial crisis. Later, hear from a survivor of the Pulse nightclub shooting in Orlando, Florida, on her life a year after the massacre. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S05E48 June 17, 2017

    • June 17, 2017
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    On this edition for Saturday, June 17, a U.S. Navy ship collides with a container ship off the coast of Japan, and a mistrial is declared in the Bill Cosby trial on sexual assault charges. Later, we talk to residents in Alabama, where the Affordable Care Act marketplace only offers one option. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S05E49 June 18, 2017

    • June 18, 2017
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    On this edition for Sunday, June 18, American sailors who went missing after a collision on a U.S. warship are confirmed dead, and a closer look at President Trump's latest financial disclosure. Later, Hawaii has one of the highest homelessness rates in the country, but is beginning to see a decline. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S05E50 June 24, 2017

    • June 24, 2017
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    On this edition for Saturday, June 24, President Trump signs a new law meant to improve accountability at the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, and some communities are creating their own school districts. Later, a look at concerns over understaffing and overcrowding at private prisons and why the federal government uses them. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S05E51 June 25, 2017

    • June 25, 2017
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    On this edition for Sunday, June 25, President Donald Trump faces a test in the U.S. Senate as Republicans try to gather enough votes for their health care plan. Later, climate change has left the Marshall Islands fighting for freshwater. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S05E52 July 1, 2017

    • July 1, 2017
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    On this edition for Saturday, July 1, a nightclub dispute in Little Rock, Ark., leaves over 25 wounded. Later, Atlantic City, N.J., residents on the failed flood-mitigation efforts in low-income coastal neighborhoods. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S05E53 July 2, 2017

    • July 2, 2017
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    On this edition for Sunday, July 2, warming oceans are affecting coral reefs and what the Antarctic melt means for sea level rise. Later, the nationwide effort to locate and identify homeless veterans. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S05E54 July 8, 2017

    • July 8, 2017
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    On this edition for Saturday, July 8, world leaders wrap up the G20 summit and a new report shows the number of refugees and migrants into Europe has spiked. Later, Seattle is retraining its police to reduce their use of lethal force. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S05E55 July 9, 2017

    • July 9, 2017
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    On this edition for Sunday, July 9, after a nine-month siege, Iraq says it has defeated the Islamic State in Mosul. Later, a humanitarian crisis in Venezuela forces thousands to flee across the border to Colombia. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S05E56 July 15, 2017

    • July 15, 2017
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    On this edition for Saturday, July 15, one opposition leader in Russia is urging youth to speak out. Later, the expansion of presidential power and crackdown on dissent one year after a failed coup in Turkey. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S05E57 July 16, 2017

    • July 16, 2017
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    On this edition for Sunday, July 16, the Senate vote on the GOP healthcare plan is postponed, again. And, the latest poll shows President Trump's approval rating has dropped to 36 percent. Later, reaction to severe austerity measures imposed by Congress in Puerto Rico, as the U.S. territory tries to pay off more than $70 billion in debt. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S05E58 July 22, 2017

    • July 22, 2017
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    On this edition for Saturday, July 22, renewed focus on Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ dealings with Russian officials and the Minneapolis police chief resigns following last week’s fatal police shooting. Later, a look at the comprehensive bail reform efforts in New Jersey that could become a model for other states. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S05E59 July 23, 2017

    • July 23, 2017
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    On this edition for Sunday, July 23, a horrific case of suspected immigrant smuggling in Texas, and the White House signals President Trump may sign a bill to toughen Russian sanctions. Later, as sea levels rise, persistent flooding in Venice, Italy, is getting worse and putting the city in peril. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S05E60 July 29, 2017

    • July 29, 2017
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    On this edition for Saturday, July 29, the White House moves forward with a new chief of staff, and while the Affordable Care Act remains, some people are left with few insurance options. And, will Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro’s power expand after a Sunday vote? Later, India creates a biometric database amid concerns over privacy. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S05E61 July 30, 2017

    • July 30, 2017
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    On this edition for Sunday, July 30, tensions rise following last week’s missile test by North Korea, and a deadly assault in the Philippines under the president’s violent crackdown on suspected drug users. In our signature segment, a model of social responsibility gains a foothold in American business. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S05E62 August 5, 2017

    • August 5, 2017
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    On this edition for Saturday, August 5, record heat sweeps across the western U.S. and parts of Europe. Later, one scholar offers a new perspective on income inequality, arguing that the top 20 percent of earners in American society, not only the top 1 percent, limits economic mobility for lower-income groups. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S05E63 August 6, 2017

    • August 6, 2017
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    On this edition for Sunday, August 6, Iran gains new influence in Afghanistan, and how the Trump administration is pursuing a conservative agenda. Later, a Hawaiian island combats the effects of invasive parakeets. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S05E64 August 12, 2017

    • August 12, 2017
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    On this edition for Saturday, August 12, North Korea threatens Guam during a week of rising rhetoric, and Sen. John McCain proposes another U.S. strategy for Afghanistan. Later, white nationalists clashed with counter-protesters and police in Charlottesville, Va. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S05E65 August 13, 2017

    • August 13, 2017
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    On this edition for Sunday, August 13, locals continue to grapple with the aftermath of a white nationalist rally that has been linked to three deaths. Later, looking at the terror threat posed to the U.S. by white supremacists and other right-wing extremists. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S05E66 August 19, 2017

    • August 19, 2017
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    On this edition for Saturday, August 19, thousands of counter-protesters overpower a controversial “free speech” rally in Boston. Later, the tech community responds to hate speech in the wake of Charlottesville. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S05E67 August 20, 2017

    • August 20, 2017
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    On this edition for Sunday, August 20, the United States shifts course on joint military exercises with South Korea as tensions increase with North Korea. Later, after three years of ISIS occupation in Mosul, the Iraqis who survived remember a city reduced to rubble. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S05E68 August 26, 2017

    • August 26, 2017
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    On this edition for Saturday, August 26, we head to Texas to survey the damage Hurricane Harvey has already wrought and learn how the state is preparing for the aftermath. Later, President Donald Trump’s end-of-week decision to pardon former Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio hurts already fraught relations with GOP leaders. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S05E69 August 27, 2017

    • August 27, 2017
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    On this edition for Sunday, August 27, Hurricane Harvey is showing southeast Texas some of the worst flooding in its history, with at least five people dead. Later, major companies such as Mars and Walmart are investing in renewable energy. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S05E70 September 2, 2017

    • September 2, 2017
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    On this edition for Saturday, Sept. 2, Houston begins the long process of cleanup following Hurricane Harvey. Later, learn how the storm has affected gas prices throughout the country, and a look at the technology behind Bitcoin and other digital currencies. Nick Schifrin anchors from New York.

  • S05E71 September 3, 2017

    • September 3, 2017
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    On this edition for Sunday, Sept. 3, North Korea conducts its most powerful nuclear weapons test and Houston continues clean-up efforts following Hurricane Harvey. Later, how scientists are working in Hawaii to turn the power of ocean waves into electricity. Megan Thompson anchors from New York.

  • S05E72 September 9, 2017

    • September 9, 2017
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    On this edition for Saturday, Sept. 9, Florida prepares for the worst as Hurricane Irma closes in on the state after blasting through Cuba and the Caribbean. Also, while 80,000 residents fled Key West, the city's mayor is staying behind. Later, an analysis of how Florida's most toxic industrial waste sites may be affected by the storm. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S05E73 September 10, 2017

    • September 10, 2017
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    On this edition for Sunday, Sept. 10, Hurricane Irma hits Florida with winds topping 130 mph amid concerns over safety, floods and power loss. Later, less than half of Florida homeowners have flood insurance. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S05E74 September 16, 2017

    • September 16, 2017
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    On this edition for Saturday, Sept. 16, British police make an arrest following Friday’s London train bombing, and the U.S. takes the war on the Islamic State to federal court. Later, American troops are still deployed in Japan more than 70 years after the end of World War II and many on the island of Okinawa want them to leave. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S05E75 September 17, 2017

    • September 17, 2017
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    On this edition for Sunday, Sept. 17, the Florida Keys re-open to residents forced from their homes by Hurricane Irma, and what to expect from President Trump during his first visit to the United Nations. Later, some large American business are seeing benefits to using renewable energy. Megan Thompson anchors from New York.

  • S05E76 September 23, 2017

    • September 23, 2017
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    On this edition, for Saturday, Sept. 23, an American military show of force amid a war of words between the United States and North Korea as Puerto Rico grapples with loss of power and water after Hurricane Maria. Later, German Chancellor Angela Merkel is seeking four more years. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S05E77 September 24, 2017

    • September 24, 2017
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    On this edition for Sunday, Sept. 24, football players take a knee during the national anthem in solidarity of former colleague Colin Kaepernick, who was targeted by President Donald Trump for protesting police violence. Later, author Angie Thomas of New York Times bestselling book “The Hate U Give” tackles racial injustices black teeangers face. Megan Thompson anchors from New York.

  • S05E78 September 30, 2017

    • September 30, 2017
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    On this edition for Saturday, Sept. 30, President Trump lashes out at the mayor of San Juan, Puerto Rico, as the island remains in crisis after Hurricane Maria. Also, what’s next for health care following Tom Price’s resignation? And in our signature segment, an American citizen takes up the fight in South Sudan’s civil war. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S05E79 October 1, 2017

    • October 1, 2017
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    On this edition for Sunday, Oct. 1, progress and setbacks run hand-in-hand in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico and a new report reveals closed-door hearings and little punishment for sexual assault in the military. Later, the Supreme Court will hear whether gerrymandering in Wisconsin went too far. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S05E80 October 7, 2017

    • October 7, 2017
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    On this edition for Saturday, Oct. 7, the Gulf Coast prepares for Hurricane Nate as FEMA ratchets up aid in hurricane-damaged Puerto Rico, and authorities in Las Vegas continue the search for the mass shooter's motive.Later, states are suing drug companies, claiming they misled doctors and the public to downplay the addictive qualities of painkillers. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S05E81 October 8, 2017

    • October 8, 2017
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    On this edition for Sunday, Oct. 8, growing reports of tension between the Trump administration and the Republican Party, and the Canadian government agrees to pay $600 million in legal settlements to its indigenous people as reparations. Later, substance abuse programs in jails succeed in keeping half the convicts off illegal drugs for at least a year. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S05E82 October 14, 2017

    • October 14, 2017
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    On this edition for Saturday, Oct. 14, fires in northern California leave whole towns devastated, and persecuted Rohingya Muslims continue to flee Myanmar. Also, baby boomers are struggling to pay off student loans well into retirement age. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New Jersey.

  • S05E83 October 15, 2017

    • October 15, 2017
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    On this edition for Sunday, Oct. 15, northern California continues to battle wildfires, and South Sudan’s four-year civil war causes the continent’s largest refugee crisis. Also, meet photographer William Wegman’s Weimaraners. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S05E84 October 21, 2017

    • October 21, 2017
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    On this edition for Saturday, Oct. 21, one of the U.S. soldiers killed in Niger is laid to rest, and Spain moves to dissolve the secessionist government in Catalonia. Also, a look at the number of global deaths caused by pollution. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S05E85 October 22, 2017

    • October 22, 2017
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    On this edition for Sunday, Oct. 22, President Donald Trump continues to push his tax plan, and Buddhists protest ethnic cleansing in Myanmar. Also, a look at whether nuclear power is the right answer to global warming. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York

  • S05E86 October 28, 2017

    • October 28, 2017
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    On this edition for Saturday, Oct. 28, a conservative website funded by Republican donor Paul Singer is revealed to have funded the anti-Trump dossier, and Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl’s sentencing hearing has begun. Also, Russia decriminalizes certain acts of domestic violence. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S05E87 October 29, 2017

    • October 29, 2017
    • PBS

    On this edition for Sunday, Oct. 29, Puerto Rico calls to cancel a $300 million utility contract to restore its power after a federal investigation was launched to see if Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke has ties to it. Then, residents in Sea Bright, New Jersey, face tough decisions about how to protect from future flooding five years after Hurricane Sandy. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S05E88 November 4, 2017

    • November 4, 2017
    • PBS

    On this edition for Saturday, Nov. 4, President Trump embarks on a five-nation trip to Asia, and an investigation finds widespread abuse in Florida’s juvenile justice system. Also, meet the 8-year-old Syrian girl who is writing a book on surviving the conflict. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S05E89 November 5, 2017

    • November 5, 2017
    • PBS

    On this edition for Sunday, Nov. 5, President Donald Trump arrives in Asia for a 12-day tour, and a look at Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s approach to drawing more women into the workforce. Also, responses to the shooting in Sutherland Springs, Texas. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S05E90 November 11, 2017

    • November 11, 2017
    • PBS

    On this edition for Saturday, Nov. 11, President Trump said he questioned Vladimir Putin about Russian meddling in the U.S. election, and researchers explore whether indoor farming could solve world food shortages. Also, on Veteran’s Day, a film explores post-war trauma. Megan Thompson anchors from New York

  • S05E91 November 12, 2017

    • November 12, 2017
    • PBS

    On this edition for Sunday, Nov. 12, President Trump arrives in the Philippines, his last stop on a five-nation Asia tour. Also, researchers in Hawaii, already a state leader in renewable energy, are using ocean waves to make electricity. Megan Thompson anchors from New York.

  • S05E92 November 18, 2017

    • November 18, 2017
    • PBS

    On this edition for Saturday, Nov. 18, nearly 200 countries, not including the U.S., agree to move forward on climate change. Also, the quest to develop a universal and long-lasting flu vaccine, and a report shows that black residents of Jacksonville, Florida, disproportionately receive pedestrian tickets. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S05E93 November 19, 2017

    • November 19, 2017
    • PBS

    On this edition for Sunday, Nov. 19, the GOP’s tax reform bill heads towards a Senate vote, and Bosnians are still struggling years after the end of civil war. Also, how the character of Apu from “The Simpsons” affected stereotypes of South Asians in America. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S05E94 November 25, 2017

    • November 25, 2017
    • PBS

    On this edition for Saturday, Nov. 25, President Donald Trump names Budget Director Mick Mulvaney the head of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, and a filmmaker documents the lives of Cubans over 45 years. Also, Rohingya refugees share their stories. Megan Thompson anchors from New York.

  • S05E95 November 26, 2017

    • November 26, 2017
    • PBS

    On this edition for Sunday, Nov. 26, Rep. John Conyers announces he's giving up his post as top Democrat on the House Judiciary Committee amid a sexual harassment inquiry. Also, an investigation shows that the FBI did not inform U.S. officials who were targeted by Russian hackers, and the extraordinary story of Joni Mitchell. Megan Thompson anchors from New York.

  • S05E96 December 2, 2017

    • December 2, 2017
    • PBS

    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 codes in decades. And in Cyprus, the search for missing family members more than 40 years after a war between the island’s two major ethnic groups. Later, changing the way classical music is heard. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S05E97 December 3, 2017

    • December 3, 2017
    • PBS

    On this edition for Sunday, Dec. 3, President Donald Trump goes on the offensive in a flurry of tweets, changing his previous account of Michael Flynn's firing and contradicting the testimony of his former FBI director. And, legendary conservationist Jane Goodall talks about a new film documenting her life and work. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S05E98 December 9, 2017

    • December 9, 2017
    • PBS

    On this edition for Saturday, Dec. 9, officials confirm the first death related to wildfires that continue to ravage Southern California. And two Palestinians were killed by an Israeli airstrike after President Trump formally recognized Jerusalem as Israel's capital. Also, refugees trying to make their way through Europe from North Africa are pushed back. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S05E99 December 10, 2017

    • December 10, 2017
    • PBS

    On this edition for Sunday, Dec. 10, President Donald Trump reiterates his support for Roy Moore, two days before the Alabama special Senate election. Also, bitcoin launches on futures market and doctors hope to increase participation in cancer trials. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S05E100 December 16, 2017

    • December 16, 2017
    • PBS

    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 the lack of electricity in Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria is impacting life on the island. Later, the first of our two-part series on unregulated chemicals in drinking water. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S05E101 December 17, 2017

    • December 17, 2017
    • PBS

    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 second of our two-part series on drinking water, unregulated chemicals alarm residents near the Cape Fear River in North Carolina. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S05E102 December 23, 2017

    • December 23, 2017
    • PBS

    On this edition for Saturday, Dec. 23, drones help prevent conflicts between farmers and elephants in Tanzania, and a documentary film on how opioids have devastated Somerville, Massachusetts. Also, an investigation into the impact of homeless relocation programs in American cities. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S05E103 December 24, 2017

    • December 24, 2017
    • PBS

    On this edition for Sunday, Dec. 24, President Trump takes aim at the FBI on Twitter, and how Hawaii is addressing homelessness in the state. Also, a photographer travels around the world to see how cities are dealing with garbage. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S05E104 December 30, 2017

    • December 30, 2017
    • PBS

    On this edition for Saturday, Dec. 30, anti-government protests continue across Iran, and the Lada, an old school Russian car, is embraced by the youth. Also, a look at the debate over public lands being declared national monuments. Alison Stewart anchors from New York.

  • S05E105 December 31, 2017

    • December 31, 2017
    • PBS

    On this edition for Sunday, Dec. 31, the nation confronts severe cold as the year ends, and the number of journalists jailed across the world reaches an all-time high. Also, meet legendary photographer William Wegman and his dogs. Alison Stewart anchors from New York.

Season 6

  • S06E01 January 6, 2018

    • January 6, 2018
    • PBS

    On this edition for Saturday, Jan. 6, President Donald Trump fires back in response to a revealing book about his presidency and the Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity is disbanded, but is the controversy over? Later, women and their employers work to narrow the wage gap in Massachusetts. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S06E02 January 7, 2018

    • January 7, 2018
    • PBS

    On this edition for Sunday, Jan 7, fallout from the Michael Wolff’s controversial book on the Trump presidency, and campuses address racial inequality. Also, the marijuana industry braces for new federal guidelines. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S06E03 January 13, 2018

    • January 13, 2018
    • PBS

    On this edition for Saturday, Jan. 13, more fallout from President Trump’s reported use of vulgar language for African nations. Also, how Ukraine became the biggest obstacle in relations with Russia since the Cold War. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S06E04 January 14, 2018

    • January 14, 2018
    • PBS

    On this edition for Sunday, Jan. 14, President Trump’s reported use of derogatory comments about immigrant nations continue to reverberate, and the Department of Homeland Security will resume accepting DACA renewal applications. Also, a group of gun owners and lawmakers in Oregon look for compromise on firearm regulations. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S06E05 January 20, 2018

    • January 20, 2018
    • PBS

    On this edition for Saturday, Jan. 20, Republicans and Democrats work to reverse a government shutdown. And, on the anniversary of President Donald Trump's inauguration, activists hold Women’s Marches in protest. Also, has the president been able to convince Republicans who once aligned with the "never Trump" movement? Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S06E06 January 21, 2018

    • January 21, 2018
    • PBS

    On this edition for Sunday Jan. 21, Republicans and Democrats remain far apart on an agreement to reopen the government. And, during a weekend of demonstrations one year into President Trump's term, women launch voter registration drives in swing states. Also, a married Congolese couple separated by an ocean try to reunite amid new U.S. refugee policies. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S06E07 January 27, 2018

    • January 27, 2018
    • PBS

    On this edition for Saturday, Jan. 27, a deadly bombing in Afghanistan claims nearly 100 lives, and a look at the legal implications of the Larry Nassar case for U.S.A. Gymnastics. Also, asylum-seekers are fleeing the United States for Canada. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S06E08 January 28, 2018

    • January 28, 2018
    • PBS

    On this edition for Sunday, Jan. 28, the Trump administration’s immigration proposal is under consideration as the deadline approaches to keep the government open. Also, a look at what's behind the resurgence of Taliban attacks in Afghanistan. And, Rohingya women who survived violence and sexual assaults in Myanmar are facing the effects of trauma. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S06E09 February 3, 2018

    • February 3, 2018
    • PBS

    On this edition for Saturday, Feb. 3, President Trump claims vindication over the controversial congressional memo, and a DACA recipient and lawyer defends undocumented immigrants. Also, the dairy trade emerges as a major point of contention in NAFTA negotiations between U.S. and Canada. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S06E10 February 4, 2018

    • February 4, 2018
    • PBS

    On this edition for Sunday, Feb. 4, the Nunes memo released this week is still the talk of the town in Washington, D.C., but are other important issues being overlooked? And, inside the NAFTA provision that has the Trump administration and some progressives on the same side. Also, a look at American history through a show by MacArthur fellow Taylor Mac. Megan Thompson anchors from New York.

  • S06E11 February 10, 2018

    • February 10, 2018
    • PBS

    On this edition for Saturday, Feb. 10, a conflict in the skies over Syria and Israel, and an effort to monitor political ads on Facebook through crowdsourcing. Later, pirates are returning to their old fishing jobs in Somalia. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S06E12 February 11, 2018

    • February 11, 2018
    • PBS

    On this edition for Sunday, Feb. 11, the White House prepares to release a budget that will reportedly increase spending by nearly $300 billion over the next two years. Also, how the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention are dealing with funding cuts, and addressing sexual harassment and assault on airplanes. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S06E13 February 17, 2018

    • February 17, 2018
    • PBS

    On this edition for Saturday, Feb. 17, new details emerge about the Florida school shooting suspect as survivors demand change. And, the fallout after the indictment of 13 Russians accused of meddling in the 2016 U.S. elections. Also, a nonprofit works to find jobs for formerly incarcerated people. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S06E14 February 18, 2018

    • February 18, 2018
    • PBS

    On this edition for Sunday, Feb. 18, students fighting for gun control plan a national march, and President Trump takes to Twitter to respond to the latest on Russian interference in the 2016 U.S. election. Also, five months after Hurricane Maria, displaced Puerto Ricans live in limbo on the mainland. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S06E15 February 24, 2018

    • February 24, 2018
    • PBS

    On this edition for Saturday, Feb. 24, gun control advocates push companies to cut ties with the National Rifle Association and divest from gun manufacturers. Also, airstrikes in Syria killed an estimated 500 civilians this week. And in Denmark, some Muslim women are challenging patriarchal structures within Islam. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S06E16 February 25, 2018

    • February 25, 2018
    • PBS

    On this edition for Sunday, Feb. 25, fallout from the intelligence memo released by Democrats, and how a program is training Salvadoran youth to join the workforce. Also, meet Five Star Movement, a rising populist party in Italy. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S06E17 March 3, 2018

    • March 3, 2018
    • PBS

    On this edition for Saturday, March 3, Florida considers gun restrictions, and how political conflict contributes to famine. Also, female jazz musicians bring attention to sexism in the music industry. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S06E18 March 4, 2018

    • March 4, 2018
    • PBS

    On this edition for Sunday, March 4, despite criticism, the Trump administration plans to go ahead with proposed tariffs on steel and aluminum, and a documentary on the life and work on award-winning conflict photographer Chris Hondros. Also, a look ahead at tonight’s Academy Aawards. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S06E19 March 10, 2018

    • March 10, 2018
    • PBS

    On this edition for Saturday March 10, President Trump accepts an invitation to meet North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, and a new documentary on Hedy Lamarr. Also, the worsening plight of the Rohingya in Myanmar. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S06E20 March 11, 2018

    • March 11, 2018
    • PBS

    On this edition for Sunday, March 11, President Trump makes big foreign policy decisions ahead of Pennsylvania polls, and a tour of the Armory Show, one of the world’s biggest art fairs. Also, what one couple learned from their shift to frugality. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York. Editor's note: A segment in this episode of PBS NewsHour Weekend erroneously refers to Nicole Berry as the first female executive director of the Armory Show.

  • S06E21 March 17, 2018

    • March 17, 2018
    • PBS

    On this edition for Saturday, March 17, officials continue the search for victims in the Miami bridge collapse, and what the firing of FBI deputy director Andrew McCabe means for the Russia investigation. Also, how displaced Puerto Rican students are adjusting to schools in Hartford, Connecticut, amid budget issues. Megan Thompson anchors from New York.

  • S06E22 March 18, 2018

    • March 18, 2018
    • PBS

    On this edition for Sunday, March 18, Vladimir Putin is declared the winner of Russia’s presidential elections, and how a fellowship program helps former incarcerated artists push for criminal justice reform. Also, Facebook suspends firm for allegedly manipulating user data to influence voters in 2016. Megan Thompson anchors from New York.

  • S06E23 March 24, 2018

    • March 24, 2018
    • PBS

    On this edition for Saturday, March 24, young students lead March for our Lives rally in Washington, and inside the debate over what makes eggs “organic.” Also, the Trump administration announces a new ban on transgender people from serving in the military. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S06E24 March 25, 2018

    • March 25, 2018
    • PBS

    On this edition for Sunday, March 25, political fallout from March for Our Lives, and why an increasing number of African Americans are looking to buy guns. Also, New York’s Tenement Museum exhibits the lives of three immigrant families to celebrate the city’s diversity. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S06E25 March 31, 2018

    • March 31, 2018
    • PBS

    On this edition for Saturday, March 31, protests continue in Sacramento following a police shooting there of Stephon Clark and tensions rise after deadly demonstrations along the Gaza border. Also, residents in Cape Town, South Africa, are cutting back their water consumption to avoid running out entirely. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S06E26 April 1, 2018

    • April 1, 2018
    • PBS

    On this edition for Sunday, April 1, President Trump calls tougher immigration laws and says he will not back a deal for DACA. And, despite being attacked over four years of war, a Ukrainian plant crucial to the country's economy manages to keep running. Later, have politicians always considered their opponents “enemies”? Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S06E27 April 7, 2018

    • April 7, 2018
    • PBS

    On this edition for Saturday, April 7, the Texas National Guard will be deployed to the U.S.-Mexico border, and embattled EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt's security detail has cost taxpayers nearly $3 million. Also, a look at education issues in Oklahoma to Puerto Rico, and Arizona’s probation program is saving money and keeping people out of jail. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S06E28 April 8, 2018

    • April 8, 2018
    • PBS

    On this edition for Sunday, April 8, dozens are dead and hundreds injured following a suspected poison gas attack in Syria, and President Trump appeals to his base with attacks on immigrants. Also, 20 years after the Good Friday Agreement in Northern Ireland, the work to maintain peace between Catholics and Protestants continues. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S06E29 April 14, 2018

    • April 14, 2018
    • PBS

    On this edition for Saturday, April 14, the U.S. and their allies strike targets in Syria in response to alleged chemical attacks, and assessing the potential impact of the escalation. Also, breaking down the details of the military operation in Syria, and a look at the increasingly complex relationship between the U.S. and Russia. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S06E30 April 15, 2018

    • April 15, 2018
    • PBS

    On this edition for Sunday, April 15, President Trump has another complicated weekend following missile strikes in Syria and as Washington readies for former FBI director James Comey’s new book. Also, while the art of photography has undergone a radical transformation in recent decades, some photographers are convinced the old ways are worth preserving. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S06E31 April 21, 2018

    • April 21, 2018
    • PBS

    On this edition for Saturday, April 21, family members and dignitaries pay their respects to former first lady Barbara Bush, and North Korea says it will stop nuclear tests. Also, more Republican women are running for elected office for the first time. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S06E32 April 22, 2018

    • April 22, 2018
    • PBS

    On this edition for Sunday, April 22, Earth Day raises awareness about plastic pollution, and EPA chief Scott Pruitt comes under scrutiny for past conflicts of interest. Also, why African-American families are increasingly choosing homeschooling. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S06E33 April 28, 2018

    • April 28, 2018
    • PBS

    On this edition for Saturday, April 28, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo addresses NATO and meets with key U.S. allies, and coal ash raises concerns over health risks in Puerto Rico. Also, Alfie Evans, the British toddler at the center of a legal battle, dies after life support is withdrawn. Alison Stewart anchors from New York.

  • S06E34 April 29, 2018

    • April 29, 2018
    • PBS

    On this edition for Sunday, April 29, growing tribalism on both ends leaves little room for debate in the political discourse, and after years of open borders, there’s backlash in Latin America as the Venezuelan migrant crisis becomes critical. Also, how Estonia built a digital first society. Megan Thompson anchors from New York.

  • S06E35 May 5, 2018

    • May 5, 2018
    • PBS

    On this edition for Saturday, May 5, U.S. and NATO allies prepare for cyber attacks by investing in war games, and several key positions in the State Department remain unfilled. Also, the Trump administration is ending the temporary protected status granted to Hondurans. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S06E36 May 6, 2018

    • May 6, 2018
    • PBS

    On this edition for Sunday, May 6, the issue of President Trump’s payment to adult film actress Stephanie Clifford continues to roil Washington, and lawmakers in Maine debate the impact of mandatory work requirements in exchange for aid. Also, a new project to collect medical information by the National Institutes of Health raises questions about privacy. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S06E37 May 12, 2018

    • May 12, 2018
    • PBS

    On this edition for Saturday, May 12, Iraq holds its first national elections since the defeat of the Islamic State, and a unique prison program allows incarcerated mothers to raise newborns while in prison. Also, what’s behind Spotify’s new “hateful conduct” policy? Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S06E38 May 13, 2018

    • May 13, 2018
    • PBS

    On this edition for Sunday, May 13, the U.S. tries to get European allies to exit the Iran deal, and how a mentoring program in Indiana connects children of incarcerated parents with support. Also, what is the significance of the royal wedding for the British monarchy? Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S06E39 May 19, 2018

    • May 19, 2018
    • PBS

    On this edition for Saturday, May 19, authorities continue to investigate the Santa Fe school shooting in Texas that killed 10 people, and a sermon at the royal wedding invokes Martin Luther King Jr. Also, a look at severe malnutrition in Yemen, where starvation has become a weapon of war. Alison Stewart anchors from New York.

  • S06E40 May 20, 2018

    • May 20, 2018
    • PBS

    On this edition for Sunday, May 20, the first funeral is held for a victim of the Santa Fe High School shooting, and how midwives in Memphis are addressing the racial divide in maternal care. Also, Trump paints a conspiratorial picture for his supporters. Alison Stewart anchors from New York.

  • S06E41 May 26, 2018

    • May 26, 2018
    • PBS

    On this edition for Saturday, May 26, Maine will be the first state in the country to use a ranked-choice voting system during its primary election next month. Later, author Alex Vitale makes a case in his new book for alternative methods to policing. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S06E42 May 27, 2018

    • May 27, 2018
    • PBS

    On this edition for Sunday, May 27, U.S. delegation met officials in North Korea, days after President Trump canceled a summit between the two countries. Also, the quest for alternatives to lethal police force and tracking influential errors on the world’s atlas. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S06E43 June 2, 2018

    • June 2, 2018
    • PBS

    On this edition for Saturday, June 2, the U.S. holds trade talks with China after imposing tariffs on steel and aluminum produced in Canada, Mexico and the European Union. Also, Trump cites national security in a bid to save coal and nuclear power plants, and how disability advocates are bringing accessible design to more people. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S06E44 June 3, 2018

    • June 3, 2018
    • PBS

    On this edition for Sunday, June 3, a letter sent by President Trump's legal team is raising constitutional questions, and a look at Robert F. Kennedy's legacy 50 years after his assassination. Also, a street artist portrays Navajo life in murals. And, an analysis of what's behind Google's contract with the U.S. government. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S06E45 June 9, 2018

    • June 9, 2018
    • PBS

    On this edition, for Saturday, June 9, President Donald Trump leaves the G-7 summit early after threatening to end trade with member countries. Later, trying to resolve fights, school districts are replacing zero-tolerance policies with conflict-resolution programs. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S06E46 June 10, 2018

    • June 10, 2018
    • PBS

    On this edition for Sunday, June 10, President Trump and North Korea's Kim Jong Un arrive in Singapore ahead of their historic meeting. And, a contentious G-7 summit ends with a claim of “betrayal.” Also, what's behind the Trump administration's plan to add a question about citizenship to the upcoming 2020 census? Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S06E47 June 16, 2018

    • June 16, 2018
    • PBS

    On this edition for Saturday, June 16, how the escalating trade tensions between U.S. and China will impact American jobs and the world economy, and a new wave of refugees tries to reach Europe through Bosnia. Also, hundreds of women married to ISIS members are being tried in Iraq as terrorists. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S06E48 June 17, 2018

    • June 17, 2018
    • PBS

    On this edition for Sunday, June 17, a policy of separating immigrant children from their parents at the border draws condemnation, and the surprising source of medical marijuana in Italy. Also, unearthing the unlikely love story of a nurse and German prisoner of war during World War II. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S06E49 June 23, 2018

    • June 23, 2018
    • PBS

    On this edition for Saturday, June 23, lawyers and advocates across the country are tracking down migrant children who were separated from their parents at the Mexico border. Later, school safety on campuses in Philadelphia has improved since police reversed a longstanding policy to arrest students for minor violations. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S06E50 June 24, 2018

    • June 24, 2018
    • PBS

    On this edition for Sunday, June 24, the Trump administration says it has a plan to reunite separated immigrant families, and violence in Nicaragua as citizens demand the president's resignation. Later, Tony Hawk reflects on a half-century of skateboarding. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S06E51 June 30, 2018

    • June 30, 2018
    • PBS

    On this edition for Saturday, June 30, people protest President Trump’s immigration policies across the country, and how stiffer bonds are making it harder for migrant families to reunite. Also, Stockton, California is fighting income inequality to secure the city’s financial status. Lisa Desjardins anchors from New York.

  • S06E52 July 1, 2018

    • July 1, 2018
    • PBS

    On this edition for Sunday, July 1, Mexico heads to the polls in its largest election in history and comedian Cameron Esposito tackles sexual violence in new stand-up special. Also, a reunion at the University of Wisconsin-Madison chronicles protests against the Vietnam War. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S06E53 July 7, 2018

    • July 7, 2018
    • PBS

    On this edition for Saturday, July 7, chronicling extreme poverty in the U.S., and how Memphis youth carry on the legacy of Stax Records soul music. Also, a trade war between the U.S. and China has officially begun. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S06E54 July 8, 2018

    • July 8, 2018
    • PBS

    On this edition for Sunday, July 8, why a conservative Supreme Court could impact the midterms, and how artist communities are thriving along the disappearing Salton Sea. Also, adults born of sexual assault during the Bosnian war are grappling with the past. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S06E55 July 14, 2018

    • July 14, 2018
    • PBS

    On this edition for Saturday, July 14, a new indictment in the Russia investigation exposes gaps in election security, and the next deadline to reunite more than 2,500 migrant children with their families is in 12 days. Also, how “living shorelines” made of marsh grass and oysters are reversing erosion along shorelines. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S06E56 July 15, 2018

    • July 15, 2018
    • PBS

    On this edition for Sunday, July 15, looking at expectations for the Trump-Putin meeting on Monday in Helsinki. Also, how adult foster care in Oregon is offering support to the elderly. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S06E57 July 21, 2018

    • July 21, 2018
    • PBS

    On this edition for Saturday, July 21, Greece’s debt relief plans are costing residents, and hear what how Russians are reacting to the Trump-Putin meeting in Helsinki. Also, how your personal lifestyle choices may impact health insurance costs. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S06E58 July 22, 2018

    • July 22, 2018
    • PBS

    On this edition for Sunday, July 22, the latest on alleged ties between the Trump administration and Russia, and a look at how the demand for H-2B visas is impacting the seafood industry in Maryland. Also, reports of abuse at the hands of Immigration and Customs Enforcement. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S06E59 July 28, 2018

    • July 28, 2018
    • PBS

    On this special edition for Saturday, July 28, the focus is on the ongoing crisis in Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria and amid its debt crisis. As hundreds still lack power, power outages are still common, and in Branson, Missouri, employers vie for workers from the island. Also, how Puerto Rico’s problems are rooted in its status as a U.S. territory. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S06E60 July 29, 2018

    • July 29, 2018
    • PBS

    On this edition for Sunday, July 29, President Trump threatens to shut down the U.S. government, and a look at why scientific discoveries didn't spur more action on climate change in the 1980s. Also, can Italy meet the growing demand for Carrara marble? Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S06E61 August 4, 2018

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  • S06E62 August 5, 2018

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  • S06E63 August 11, 2018

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  • S06E64 August 12, 2018

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  • S06E65 August 18, 2018

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  • S06E66 August 19, 2018

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  • S06E67 August 25, 2018

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  • S06E68 August 26, 2018

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  • S06E69 September 1, 2018

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  • S06E70 September 2, 2018

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  • S06E71 September 8, 2018

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  • S06E72 September 9, 2018

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  • S06E73 September 15, 2018

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  • S06E74 September 16, 2018

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  • S06E75 September 22, 2018

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  • S06E76 September 23, 2018

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  • S06E77 September 29, 2018

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  • S06E78 September 30, 2018

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  • S06E79 October 6, 2018

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  • S06E81 October 13, 2018

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  • S06E82 October 14, 2018

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  • S06E83 October 20, 2018

    • October 20, 2018
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  • S06E84 October 21, 2018

    • October 21, 2018
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  • S06E85 October 27, 2018

    • October 27, 2018
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  • S06E86 October 28, 2018

    • October 28, 2018
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  • S06E87 November 3, 2018

    • November 3, 2018
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  • S06E88 November 4, 2018

    • November 4, 2018
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  • S06E89 November 10, 2018

    • November 10, 2018
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  • S06E90 November 11, 2018

    • November 11, 2018
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  • S06E91 November 17, 2018

    • November 17, 2018
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  • S06E92 November 18, 2018

    • November 18, 2018
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  • S06E93 November 24, 2018

    • November 24, 2018
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  • S06E94 November 25, 2018

    • November 25, 2018
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  • S06E95 December 1, 2018

    • December 1, 2018
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  • S06E96 December 2, 2018

    • December 2, 2018
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  • S06E97 December 8, 2018

    • December 8, 2018
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  • S06E98 December 9, 2018

    • December 9, 2018
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  • S06E99 December 15, 2018

    • December 15, 2018
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  • S06E100 December 16, 2018

    • December 16, 2018
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  • S06E101 December 22, 2018

    • December 22, 2018
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  • S06E102 December 23, 2018

    • December 23, 2018
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  • S06E103 December 29, 2018

    • December 29, 2018
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  • S06E104 December 30, 2018

    • December 30, 2018
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Season 7

  • S07E01 January 5, 2019

    • January 5, 2019
    • PBS

    On this edition for Saturday, Jan. 5, the partial government shutdown enters its third week as the 116th Congress convenes with a Democratic House and a Republican Senate. Also, New Jersey is paying homeowners to move from flood zones amid rising seas, and later, the iconic art of M.C. Escher. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S07E02 January 6, 2019

    • January 6, 2019
    • PBS

    On this edition for Sunday, Jan. 6, the latest on the continuing shutdown stalemate over funding for a border wall and new details on the exodus of American troops in Syria. Later, a nearly $800 million plan to keep invasive Asian carp out of the Great Lakes. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S07E03 January 12, 2019

    • January 12, 2019
    • PBS

    On this edition for Saturday, Jan. 12, the partial government shutdown enters day 22, making it the longest on record. Also, the ongoing court battle that is leaving many transgender people serving in the U.S. military uncertain of their future. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S07E04 January 13, 2019

    • January 13, 2019
    • PBS

    The partial government shutdown enters a fourth week, and a Native American community living on both sides of the border grapples with President Trump's proposed wall. Also, with the U.S. exiting Syria, a power vacuum begins to emerge in the eastern portion of the country. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S07E05 January 19, 2019

    • January 19, 2019
    • PBS

    On this edition for Saturday, Jan. 19, President Trump offers a deal on temporary protection for people brought to the U.S. illegally as the partial government shutdown enters its fifth week, and the third annual Women’s March takes place across the country, despite recent controversy. Also, thousands of Iraqis feel neglected after fighting a war with ISIS. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S07E06 January 20, 2019

    • January 20, 2019
    • PBS

    On this edition for Sunday, Jan. 20, no compromise in sight as the government shutdown enters day 30, and troubling details emerge on how Purdue Pharma allegedly marketed prescription painkiller OxyContin. Also, after two decades, a paralyzed outdoorsman designs a bike and cycles through the woods again. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S07E07 January 26, 2019

    • January 26, 2019
    • PBS

    On this edition for Saturday, Jan. 26, what Roger Stone’s indictment could mean for President Trump, and how a classical maestra is breaking barriers in the classical music industry. Also, political chaos pushes Venezuela toward the edge, and a novel effort to prevent invasive Asian carp from entering the Great Lakes. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S07E08 January 27, 2019

    • January 27, 2019
    • PBS

    On this edition for Sunday, Jan. 27, government employees prepare to head back to work while the deadlock for funding a border wall continues, and a new Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo is the deadliest in the country’s history. Also, the battle to protect South Africa’s Wild Coast from a proposed mine. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S07E09 February 2, 2019

    • February 2, 2019
    • PBS

    On this edition for Saturday, Feb. 2, the Democratic governor of Virginia denies he is in a racist photo and refuses to resign, Venezuelans take to the streets as the country's political crisis escalates, and Italy's populist government creates an uncertain future for the once-welcomed migrants of Riace. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S07E10 February 3, 2019

    • February 3, 2019
    • PBS

    On this edition for Sunday, Feb. 3, growing calls for Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam to resign, and with the United States out of the Paris climate agreement, China takes the lead. Also, the largest living organism on the planet is dying fast. Megan Thompson anchors from New York.

  • S07E11 February 9, 2019

    • February 9, 2019
    • PBS

    On this edition for Saturday, Feb. 9,Virginia’s political scandal deepens with demands for the lieutenant governor to step down, Iran marks 40 years since the Islamic Revolution, and excavating for Rome’s subway yields ancient discoveries. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S07E12 February 10, 2019

    • February 10, 2019
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    On this edition for Sunday, Feb. 10, border wall negotiations break down ahead of the government shutdown deadline, the Democratic field in the presidential race widens, and life after Walmart in a small American town. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S07E13 February 16, 2019

    • February 16, 2019
    • PBS

    On this edition for Saturday, Feb. 16, Pope Francis defrocks former U.S. cardinal and archbishop Theodore McCarrick for sex abuse, the latest on violent protests in Haiti, victims of the Aurora, Illinois mass shooting are identified, and the story of one doctor in Haiti defying the odds and saving lives. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S07E14 February 17, 2019

    • February 17, 2019
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    On this edition for Sunday, Feb. 17, ISIS spreads its footprint in West Africa, Venezuela’s humanitarian crisis deepens as aid sits across the border in Colombia, and an Oscar-nominated film delves into end-of-life care for terminally ill patients. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S07E15 February 23, 2019

    • February 23, 2019
    • PBS

    On this edition for Saturday, Feb. 23, clashes at the Venezuelan border as protestors try to escort humanitarian aid into the country and President Maduro breaks diplomatic relations with Colombia, strong words at the sexual abuse summit at the Vatican, and New York moves to regulate a chemical found in drinking water. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S07E16 February 24, 2019

    • February 24, 2019
    • PBS

    On this edition for Sunday, Feb. 24, a standoff on Venezuela’s border blocks humanitarian aid, scientists rate Hollywood’s portrayal of climate change on Oscar day, and newly-digitized materials from Louis Armstrong's archives are helping to carry his legacy to new generations of musicians. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S07E17 March 2, 2019

    • March 2, 2019
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    On this edition for Saturday, March 2, President Trump delivers his longest speech ever at the annual Conservative Political Action Conference, the SpaceX Crew Dragon capsule ushers a new era in American space flight, and political instability in Libya becomes fertile ground for ISIS to regroup. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S07E18 March 3, 2019

    • March 3, 2019
    • PBS

    On this edition for Sunday, March 3, the U.S. and South Korea announce they will scale back joint “war game” exercises, a centuries-long dispute continues between Greece and Britain over the rightful place of the Parthenon marbles, California’s dying Salton Sea has become a haven for artists, and author Amy Westervelt. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S07E19 March 9, 2019

    • March 9, 2019
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    On this edition for Saturday, March 9, following the money involved in illegal crossings and migrant smuggling on both sides of the U.S.-Mexico border, digging into the ocean’s past to make the future healthier, and Great Lakes’ cities are facing a water pricing crisis. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S07E20 March 10, 2019

    • March 10, 2019
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    On this edition for Sunday, March 10, the latest on Sunday's deadly crash of an Ethiopian Airlines flight, Republican strategist Frank Luntz on the political divide, Utah's Moab Musical Festival, and the legacy of Memphis-based Stax Records at a music academy for young people. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S07E21 March 16, 2019

    • March 16, 2019
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    On this edition for Saturday, March 16, New Zealand mourns those killed in Friday’s terror attacks, a conversation about the media's responsibilities, technology, and terrorism, designing accessible fashion for people with disabilities, and a wheelchair made with 3D printing that can manage mountain trails. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S07E22 March 17, 2019

    • March 17, 2019
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    On this edition for Saturday, March 17, tributes pour in for the victims of the New Zealand terror attack, a look at how tidal currents are being harnessed to create power in Scotland, and what the earth beneath the oceans teaches us about climate change. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from the Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory in New York.

  • S07E23 March 23, 2019

    • March 23, 2019
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    On this edition for Saturday, March 23, the latest on the release of special counsel Robert Mueller's report, novelist Don Winslow talks about America's war on drugs and his book "The Border," and international acts flock to Haiti's jazz festival. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S07E24 March 24, 2019

    • March 24, 2019
    • PBS

    On this edition for Sunday, March 24, the Justice Department reports that Mueller's investigation did not find Russia-Trump collusion during the 2016 presidential election, and what Congress members will do next. Also, a crossroads of faith between Moscow and the Ukrainian Orthodox Church. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S07E25 March 30, 2019

    • March 30, 2019
    • PBS

    On this edition for Saturday, March 30, the State Department announced that it is cutting direct aid to El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras, we continue our series “Fleeing Home” about why Hondurans are leaving and what happens to those who stay behind and an actor has emerged as the front runner in Ukraine’s presidential elections. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S07E26 March 31, 2019

    • March 31, 2019
    • PBS

    On this edition for Sunday, March 31, a Customs and Border Patrol agent staffing crunch intensifies as more migrants arrive, what the northward push of Florida’s mangroves means for the future of coastal ecosystems and an in-depth conversation about the legal issues facing the Sackler family and Purdue Pharma. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S07E27 April 6, 2019

    • April 6, 2019
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    On this edition for Saturday, April 6, President Trump continues his push against immigration, children of undocumented Haitians are stateless after the Dominican Republic revokes birthright citizenship, and a new museum in Dundee, Scotland highlights the country's contributions to design. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S07E28 April 7, 2019

    • April 7, 2019
    • PBS

    On this edition for Sunday, April 7, Rwanda is trying to build a new national identity 25 years after the country’s genocide, a look at whether the electoral college can be changed, and how the oil and natural gas industry is creating what may be only a temporary youth employment boom in West Virginia. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S07E29 April 13, 2019

    • April 13, 2019
    • PBS

    On this edition for Saturday, April 13, the search for the last known slave ship to reach the U.S, a look at Secretary of State Mike Pompeo's tour of four South American countries, and a Broadway play about one woman’s personal exploration of the U.S. Constitution. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S07E30 April 14, 2019

    • April 14, 2019
    • PBS

    On this edition for Sunday, April 14, the field of Democrats widens as Indiana's Pete Buttigieg enters the 2020 presidential race, Peru changes its permit policy for Venezuelans seeking refuge, and miniature horses are being used for therapy. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S07E31 April 20, 2019

    • April 20, 2019
    • PBS

    On this edition for Saturday, April 20, a look at what has changed on the 20th anniversary of the Columbine school shootings, the fallout continues from special counsel Robert Mueller's report, and after decades of political strife and conflict Iraq's capital city of Baghdad is seeing an emerging art scene. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S07E32 April 21, 2019

    • April 21, 2019
    • PBS

    On this edition for Sunday, April 21, more than 200 people were killed in Sri Lanka in a coordinated terrorist attack by suicide bombers in churches and hotels. Also, the creator of the “Cathy” comic strip chronicles the ups and downs of the next chapter in life, and a filmmaker uses home movies to tell the hidden stories of American cities. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S07E33 April 27, 2019

    • April 27, 2019
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    On this edition for Saturday, April 27, at least one person was killed and three were injured during a shooting at a San Diego area synagogue, and Italy's new law pushes some migrants to take a dangerous journey through the Alps in search of a better life. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S07E34 April 28, 2019

    • April 28, 2019
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    On this edition for Sunday, April 28, a community tries to heal after the deadly shooting at a California synagogue, Jeff Greenfield adds his perspective on the Democratic field and money in politics, and women in Peru say a government family planning policy caused them to be sterilized without their consent. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S07E35 May 4, 2019

    • May 4, 2019
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    On this edition for Saturday, May 4, the standoff over transition of power in Venezuela continues, North Korea launches short range projectiles, the toll managing offensive content takes on Facebook moderators, and singer-songwriter Ani DiFranco reflects on her decades-long career and her new memoir. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S07E36 May 5, 2019

    • May 5, 2019
    • PBS

    On this edition for Sunday, May 5, rocket attacks and airstrikes in a renewed Israel-Gaza conflict, the battle between the legislative and executive branches over the Mueller report, why an Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo continues to grow, and musician Joe Jackson celebrates his 40th anniversary tour. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S07E37 May 11, 2019

    • May 11, 2019
    • PBS

    On this edition for Saturday, May 11, more funding for the border as the U.S. takes rare steps to crack down on overcrowding and undocumented immigrants, Kurdish control in Syria is threatened by U.S. troop withdrawal, and a philanthropic group uses nontraditional methods to fight atrocities in Uganda. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S07E38 May 12, 2019

    • May 12, 2019
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    On this edition for Sunday, May 12, rising tensions between the U.S. and Iran, Venezuelans fleeing crisis are seeking asylum in Texas, and a trip to the musical forest where wood for the famed Stradivarius instruments was sourced. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S07E39 May 18, 2019

    • May 18, 2019
    • PBS

    On this edition for Saturday, May 18, tensions continue to escalate between the U.S. and Iran, Joe Biden focuses on president Trump at a campaign kickoff rally, the South China Sea is facing ecological challenges, and the Brexit-effect during Europe's parliamentary elections could deal a blow to Britain’s established political parties. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S07E40 May 19, 2019

    • May 19, 2019
    • PBS

    On this edition for Sunday, May 19, new state laws renew the debate on abortion, India wraps up the seventh phase of a weeks-long election process with exit polls favoring the country's prime minister, and a look at how colleges are finding ways to help a growing number of student-parents. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S07E41 May 25, 2019

    • May 25, 2019
    • PBS

    On this edition for Saturday, May 25, a federal judge halts funding for two sections of border wall between the U.S. and Mexico, President Trump begins a state visit to Japan with trade talk, citizen-scientists help research climate change using old ships’ logs, and tackling the high rate of maternal mortality in Texas. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S07E42 May 26, 2019

    • May 26, 2019
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    On this edition for Sunday, May 26, President Trump downplays North Korea missile launches, the declassification debater in D.C., American towns under cyberattack from software created at the National Security Agency, and Phoenix is planning for a future with less water from the Colorado River. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S07E43 June 1, 2019

    • June 1, 2019
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    On this edition for Saturday, June 1, the latest on the deadly mass shooting in Virginia, a visual artist’s exploration of “The Architecture of Slavery," and the author of the new book, “The Queen”, investigates the origins of the “welfare queen” stereotype, which helped drive public aid policy for decades. Megan Thompson anchors from New York.

  • S07E44 June 2, 2019

    • June 2, 2019
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    On this edition for Sunday, June 2, authorities seek answers as Virginia Beach mourns. Also, how one utility in suburban Chicago powers its entire plant from the waste in wastewater, Washington D.C. tackles surprise medical bills, and the Trump administration is “dead serious” about imposing tariffs on Mexican goods. Megan Thompson anchors from New York.

  • S07E45 June 8, 2019

    • June 8, 2019
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    On this edition for Saturday, June 8, a deal with Mexico averts trade tariffs, astronomers are concerned about orbital debris as SpaceX plans to launch thousands of new satellites, an Arizona artist honors migrants who lost their lives crossing the desert, and can horse racing prevent the deaths of its equine athletes? Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S07E46 June 9, 2019

    • June 9, 2019
    • PBS

    On this edition for Sunday, June 9, Venezuelans flood into Colombia after Maduro’s government reopens the border, western states may be under-utilizing prescribed burns to fight wildfires, and after 50 years of performing Carlos Santana releases a new album and plans a summer tour. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S07E47 June 15, 2019

    • June 15, 2019
    • PBS

    On this edition for Saturday, June 15, pressure on Iran mounts after attacks on tankers in the Gulf of Oman, a documentary film on the legacy of Father Theodore Hesburgh, and a preview of our upcoming series: The Future of Food. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S07E48 June 16, 2019

    • June 16, 2019
    • PBS

    On this edition for Sunday, June 16, massive protests in Hong Kong continue over a controversial extradition bill and the government’s response. A new book examines why we may need a nutrition revolution. And will new ‘opportunity zone’ tax breaks help low-income areas? Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S07E49 June 22, 2019

    • June 22, 2019
    • PBS

    On this edition for Saturday, June 22, President Trump plans new sanction’s on Iran and calls off ICE arrests and deportations of thousands of undocumented immigrants planned for Sunday, and in part one of our series “The Future of Food,” the controversy over FDA-approved, genetically engineered salmon. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S07E50 June 23, 2019

    • June 23, 2019
    • PBS

    On this edition for Sunday, June 23, President Trump threatens new sanctions against Iran, a preview of this week's first Democratic presidential debate, and the United States competes in a crowded field in the global race to harness quantum technology. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S07E51 June 29, 2019

    • June 29, 2019
    • PBS

    On this edition for Saturday, June 29, U.S. holds off on further tariffs on China, an exhibit celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall riots, and a push for more integration in New York City schools. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S07E52 June 30, 2019

    • June 30, 2019
    • PBS

    On this edition for Sunday, June 30, a historic meeting between President Trump and North Korea’s Kim Jong Un, why corporations are waving the Pride flag, and rethinking jails for the growing number of incarcerated women. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S07E53 July 6, 2019

    • July 6, 2019
    • PBS

    On this edition for Saturday, July 6, major earthquakes rock Southern California as residents brace for aftershocks, how the privatization of weather data is raising concerns and Uganda's Wakaliwood is getting attention from the world of cinema. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S07E54 July 7, 2019

    • July 7, 2019
    • PBS

    On this edition for Sunday, July 7, new threats to nuclear limits as Iran announces plans to increase uranium enrichment, the rise of ant-Semitism in France, and a look at why the owners of a famous Utah restaurant are stepping up to protect a national monument. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S07E55 July 13, 2019

    • July 13, 2019
    • PBS

    On this edition for Saturday, July 13, Louisiana braces as Tropical Storm Barry makes landfall and briefly became a Category 1 hurricane, Vice President Mike Pence visits the border ahead of scheduled ICE raids, and our "Future of Food" series looks at cell-based meat grown solely in a laboratory. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S07E56 July 14, 2019

    • July 14, 2019
    • PBS

    On this edition for Sunday, July 14, we take the show on the road to Milwaukee, Wisconsin, home to the 2020 Democratic National Convention next July. We speak to some of the state's Democratic leadership about efforts to win Wisconsin and explore its dairy farm crisis. Also, ICE begins nationwide raids on undocumented immigrants. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from Milwaukee.

  • S07E57 July 20, 2019

    • July 20, 2019
    • PBS

    On this edition for Saturday, July 20, NewsHour Weekend takes the show on the road to Houston, Texas, where we talk to NASA experts about the future of manned space travel, and look at how moon rocks collected decades ago continue unveiling new discoveries. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from Johnson Space Center 50 years to the day that Neil Armstrong became the first person to walk on the moon.

  • S07E58 July 21, 2019

    • July 21, 2019
    • PBS

    On this edition for Sunday, July 21, heat emergencies along the East Coast amid record high temperatures as the Midwest sees relief, Puerto Ricans continue to call for the U.S. territory's governor to step down, heightened tensions over Iran’s seizure of a British tanker, and documenting the plight of marginalized Americans after a job on Wall Street. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S07E59 July 27, 2019

    • July 27, 2019
    • PBS

    On this edition for Saturday, July 27, a faceoff over the use of facial recognition technology in Great Britain, and how biometric data is being weaponized by protesters and police in Hong Kong. Also, an attempt to change the one-note narrative about Congo, and an exhibit in New York City celebrates street art. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S07E60 July 28, 2019

    • July 28, 2019
    • PBS

    On this edition for Sunday, July 28, Dan Coats, the director of national intelligence is stepping down, the Trump administration pushes ahead with a new asylum agreement with Guatemala, and mysterious fires destroy Iraq’s crops. Also, how a future with robots might look. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S07E61 August 3, 2019

    • August 3, 2019
    • PBS

    On this edition for Saturday, August 3, multiple fatalities in an El Paso, Texas, shooting, anti-government protests continue in Hong Kong, Democratic candidates stump for the country’s largest public employee labor union, a look at the end of a longstanding arms treaty between the U.S. and Russia. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S07E62 August 4, 2019

    • August 4, 2019
    • PBS

    On this edition for Sunday, August 4, terror and tragedy grip America with two deadly mass shootings in less than 24 hours. Also, the latest updates on the massacres in Dayton, Ohio, and El Paso, Texas, a look at the role of online forums and their links to domestic terrorism, and how the media may contribute to the rhetoric of white supremacists. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S07E63 August 10, 2019

    • August 10, 2019
    • PBS

    On this edition for Saturday, August 10, the latest on the death of accused sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein. Also, LGBTQ asylum seekers are often lost in the immigration debate, and a look at whether employers in Mississippi’s ICE raids will be prosecuted. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S07E64 August 11, 2019

    • August 11, 2019
    • PBS

    On this edition for Sunday, August 11, the latest on the death of Jeffrey Epstein, music legend Carlos Santana discusses his path to Woodstock, President Trump’s tweets promote conspiracy theories, and a unique dance style is taking center stage and changing lives. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S07E65 August 17, 2019

    • August 17, 2019
    • PBS

    On this edition for Saturday, August 17, pro-government and pro-democracy demonstrators face off in Hong Kong, and a retired police officer is coaching some of the growing number of seniors who use medical marijuana in Arizona. Also, Syrian residents who built a library amid the rubble of war, and what may come of peace talks between the U.S. and Taliban. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.

  • S07E66 August 18, 2019

    • August 18, 2019
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  • S07E67 August 24, 2019

    • August 24, 2019
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  • S07E68 August 25, 2019

    • August 25, 2019
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  • S07E69 August 31, 2019

    • August 31, 2019
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  • S07E70 September 1, 2019

    • September 1, 2019
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  • S07E71 September 7, 2019

    • September 7, 2019
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  • S07E72 September 8, 2019

    • September 8, 2019
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  • S07E73 September 14, 2019

    • September 14, 2019
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  • S07E74 September 15, 2019

    • September 15, 2019
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  • S07E75 September 21, 2019

    • September 21, 2019
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  • S07E76 September 22, 2019

    • September 22, 2019
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  • S07E77 September 28, 2019

    • September 28, 2019
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  • S07E78 September 29, 2019

    • September 29, 2019
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  • S07E79 October 5, 2019

    • October 5, 2019
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  • S07E80 October 6, 2019

    • October 6, 2019
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  • S07E81 October 12, 2019

    • October 12, 2019
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  • S07E82 October 13, 2019

    • October 13, 2019
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  • S07E83 October 19, 2019

    • October 19, 2019
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  • S07E84 October 20, 2019

    • October 20, 2019
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  • S07E85 October 26, 2019

    • October 26, 2019
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  • S07E86 October 27, 2019

    • October 27, 2019
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  • S07E87 November 2, 2019

    • November 2, 2019
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  • S07E88 November 3, 2019

    • November 3, 2019
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  • S07E89 November 9, 2019

    • November 9, 2019
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  • S07E90 November 10, 2019

    • November 10, 2019
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  • S07E91 November 16, 2019

    • November 16, 2019
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  • S07E92 November 17, 2019

    • November 17, 2019
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  • S07E93 November 23, 2019

    • November 23, 2019
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  • S07E94 November 24, 2019

    • November 24, 2019
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  • S07E95 November 30, 2019

    • November 30, 2019
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  • S07E96 December 1, 2019

    • December 1, 2019
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  • S07E97 December 7, 2019

    • December 7, 2019
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  • S07E98 December 8, 2019

    • December 8, 2019
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  • S07E99 December 14, 2019

    • December 14, 2019
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  • S07E100 December 15, 2019

    • December 15, 2019
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  • S07E101 December 21, 2019

    • December 21, 2019
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  • S07E102 December 22, 2019

    • December 22, 2019
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  • S07E103 December 28, 2019

    • December 28, 2019
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  • S07E104 December 29, 2019

    • December 29, 2019
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Season 8

Additional Specials