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Listen to all of the PBS NewsHour's coverage of U.S. politics, from Yamiche Alcindor's reports from the White House, to Lisa Desjardins on Capitol Hill, to our weekly analysis and discussions from David Brooks, Mark Shields, Amy Walter and Tamara Keith.

Latest Episodes

How political instability is making U.S. immigration situation worse

The U.S.-Mexico border continues to drive political turmoil. After reports of miserable conditions for detained migrant children, John Sanders, acting head of U.S. Customs and Border Protection, resigned. Meanwhile, Congress is scrambling to reach a border funding deal. Lisa Desjardins talks to reporter Bob Moore of the digital news organization El Paso Matters about the problem's origins.

8 MIN13 hours ago
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How political instability is making U.S. immigration situation worse

Why the latest assault allegation against Trump hasn't gotten more attention

Recently, another woman stepped forward to credibly accuse President Trump of a forcible, violent sexual assault -- one that meets the legal definition of rape. Why hasn't there been any political fallout, or even much discussion of the allegations made by E. Jean Carroll? William Brangham talks to The Guardian's Lucia Graves about the new accusation and the broader trend of which it's a part.

6 MIN13 hours ago
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Why the latest assault allegation against Trump hasn't gotten more attention

Amid elevated tensions, Trump announces new sanctions on Iran

After tensions with Iran nearly resulted in U.S. airstrikes last week, President Trump has fired a different type of weapon, levying new economic sanctions specifically targeting the Islamic Republic's supreme leader. At the same time, top U.S. officials pursued diplomatic measures while visiting the Middle East. But Iran said the U.S. is the aggressor. Nick Schifrin reports.

2 MIN1 days ago
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Amid elevated tensions, Trump announces new sanctions on Iran

Latest Episodes

How political instability is making U.S. immigration situation worse

The U.S.-Mexico border continues to drive political turmoil. After reports of miserable conditions for detained migrant children, John Sanders, acting head of U.S. Customs and Border Protection, resigned. Meanwhile, Congress is scrambling to reach a border funding deal. Lisa Desjardins talks to reporter Bob Moore of the digital news organization El Paso Matters about the problem's origins.

8 MIN13 hours ago
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How political instability is making U.S. immigration situation worse

Why the latest assault allegation against Trump hasn't gotten more attention

Recently, another woman stepped forward to credibly accuse President Trump of a forcible, violent sexual assault -- one that meets the legal definition of rape. Why hasn't there been any political fallout, or even much discussion of the allegations made by E. Jean Carroll? William Brangham talks to The Guardian's Lucia Graves about the new accusation and the broader trend of which it's a part.

6 MIN13 hours ago
Comments
Why the latest assault allegation against Trump hasn't gotten more attention

Amid elevated tensions, Trump announces new sanctions on Iran

After tensions with Iran nearly resulted in U.S. airstrikes last week, President Trump has fired a different type of weapon, levying new economic sanctions specifically targeting the Islamic Republic's supreme leader. At the same time, top U.S. officials pursued diplomatic measures while visiting the Middle East. But Iran said the U.S. is the aggressor. Nick Schifrin reports.

2 MIN1 days ago
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Amid elevated tensions, Trump announces new sanctions on Iran

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