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HARI SREENIVASAN: Army Corporal Dillon Baldridge was killed in Afghanistan in June. He and two fellow soldiers were gunned down by an Afghan police officer suspected of an insider attack.
HARI SREENIVASAN: President Xi Jinping opened China’s twice-per-decade Communist Party Congress today with a lengthy list of his achievements during his first five-year term, and his vision of where he hopes to take his nation.
JUDY WOODRUFF: Now to our series of conversations on the future of the Democratic Party. I sat down with Democratic Congressman Ruben Gallego in the studios of Cronkite School of Journalism here at Arizona State University.
More than 500,000 Rohingya Muslims have fled their homes since August to escape systematic violence at the hands of government soldiers in Myanmar.
Editor’s Note: Journalist Philip Moeller is here to provide the answers you need on aging and retirement.
During World War II, Tokyo often held drills to prepare citizens for airstrikes. But when the sirens blared and blackouts hit the city, a young Hisako Koyama would sneak back outside with her futon in one hand and a star chart in the other.
The PBS NewsHour has obtained the draft language of the Senate bipartisan health care deal brokered by Sens.
White House spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee Sanders is holding a news conference Wednesday after President Donald Trump criticized a bipartisan deal on health care and refuted a congresswoman’s account of his call to a soldier’s widow.
The allegations of sexual harassment and abuse against film producer Harvey Weinstein intensified this week, as more women came forward and gave on-the-record accounts of the Hollywood mogul making unwanted advances and forcing physical contact.
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell is expected to hold news conference today after the second day of the annual owners’ meeting.
In America, there’s a significant kind of public insistence that one’s “freedom” is fundamentally tied to one’s wealth.
WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump sent more perplexing signals Wednesday about whether he backs a bipartisan Senate deal for steadying health insurance markets, saying he backs lawmakers’ efforts to strike that compromise but “can never support” federal bailouts for insurers.
The 24-hour news cycle is filled with politics coverage, but not everything gets the attention it deserves.
In House Speaker Paul Ryan’s words, the Republican tax reform plan is “our best opportunity in a generation to deliver real middle-class tax relief, create jobs here at home, and fuel unprecedented economic growth.” But the plan — a Trump-era version of Reaganomics — leaves several crucial questions unanswered, starting with how economic growth will actually take place.
What would it take to turn Texas, a Republican stronghold, into a blue state? According to data from SurveyMonkey, just remove all the gun owners from the Lone Star State and it would have gone to Hillary Clinton in 2016.
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson speaks at the Center for Strategic and International Studies on Wednesday.
WASHINGTON — After her Army son died in an armored vehicle rollover in Syria in May, Sheila Murphy says, she got no call or letter from President Donald Trump, even as she waited months for his condolences, wrote to him to say “some days I don’t want to live,” and still heard nothing.
WASHINGTON — Democratic senators plan to press Attorney General Jeff Sessions about his private communications with the president when he appears before a Senate committee Wednesday to discuss his leadership of the Justice Department.