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PBS NewsHour full episode August 28, 2019

JUDY WOODRUFF: Good evening. I’m Judy Woodruff. On the “NewsHour” tonight: Hurricane Dorian. The storm gains strength, hitting the U.S. Virgin Islands, with Puerto Rico getting its first test of emergency preparedness since devastation in 2017. Then: the trade war’s bottom line — from farmers to retailers, how President Trump’s economic policies are affecting American businesses. Plus: natural remedies —...

Washington Week | Discussing the intersection of politics and the environment | PBS

ROBERT COSTA: Fires in the Amazon rainforest to the receding white ice of the Arctic. Climate change confronts global leaders. This is the Washington Week Extra. Hello. I’m Robert Costa. Tonight we discuss the increasingly urgent intersection of politics and the environment. It was a week of promises, acrimony, and environmental upheaval. G-7 countries pledged 20 million (dollars) to help...

What’s Your Problem? – Ghana Think Tank | The Art Assignment | PBS Digital Studios

We’re in Tijuana, Mexico. And we’re joining up with the organizers of Ghana Think Tank, who have been developing the first world since 2006. Through a variety of initiatives, the group has collected problems in the US and Europe, in so-called developed countries, and sent them to think tanks around the world in places including Ethiopia, Cuba, El Salvador, Serbia,...