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Due to the shutdown, the Food and Drug Administration has stopped safety inspections of foods such as fruits, vegetables and seafood, while inspectors overseeing meat and poultry production remain on the job without pay. What does this reduced monitoring mean for the safety of our nation's food supply? Sarah...
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For property owners, physical barriers — such as seawalls and bulkheads — seem a logical option for blocking these rising seas. But intense hurricanes appear to be changing the calculus on the usefulness of these so-called hardened shorelines. Producer: Nsikan Akpan Footage: Carter Smith Getty Images NASA University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Music and...
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In our news wrap Monday, the U.S. military said that airstrikes over Somalia killed 62 members of the Islamist group al-Shabab and prevented a major terrorist attack. A U.S. air campaign across the horn of Africa has intensified under President Trump. Also, former FBI director James Comey lambasted Republicans...
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On this edition for Saturday, Jan. 6, the latest on the continuing shutdown stalemate over funding for a border wall, and new details on the future of American troops in Syria. And later, a nearly $800 million plan to keep invasive Asian carp out of the Great Lakes. Hari...
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In part four of our series "Making NewsHour Weekend," producer Sam Weber and anchor Hari Sreenivasan look back on where their reporting took them in 2018, from the swamps of Florida to the ocean off Scotland’s coast. They also recall some of the “weird situations” that greeted them, and...
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A coalition of states with Democratic leadership is promising to appeal a Texas federal court ruling on Friday that aimed to invalidate the entire Affordable Care Act. The case was brought by a group of Republican state attorneys general and is expected to go to the U.S. Supreme Court....
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Friday on the NewsHour, a 7-year-old immigrant girl dies of dehydration and exhaustion while in U.S. custody. Also: Why enrollment in the Affordable Care Act is down, troubling details about the Sandy Hook shooting, two outgoing congressmen on their time in office and how a remote Texas town transformed...
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Túngara frogs from the city make more complex calls than their relatives from the forest. While forest frogs might add one "chuck" to the end of their call, city frogs add three or four. Photos courtesy of Adam Dunn and Brian Gratwicke, sound recorded by Michiel Blaas and Lars...
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After a meeting with congressional leaders and President Donald Trump over the shutdown, top Democrats told reporters outside the White House that the president walked out of the meeting when they refused to pay for his border wall funding. "Unfortunately, the president just got up and walked out," Senate Democratic...