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  • EXCLUSIVE: "We have a global emergency," when it comes to climate change, former Vice President Al Gore tells Judy Woodruff. If we do not begin taking action very quickly, he says — citing an Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change report released this week — the consequences "could actually extend to an existential threat to human civilization on this planet as we know it."

      

  • EXCLUSIVE: President Trump's approach to climate and the environment "is literally insane," former Vice President Al Gore tells Judy Woodruff. "It's making the U.S. come off like a rogue nation in being different from any other nation in the entire world."

      

  • WATCH: "This is a time for diplomacy. But it's also a time to impose consequences," former U.S. Ambassador to Saudi Arabia Robert Jordan told Nick Schifrin. He also said that, when it comes to the disappearance of Jamal Khashoggi, he's "not sure that we have seen a sufficiently serious response from this administration yet"

      

  • WATCH: "I think this is probably going to be the most secure election in the modern era because of the amount of work we have done with state and local election officials," Christopher Krebs, the undersecretary of the Department of Homeland Security’s National Protection and Programs Directorate, told Judy Woodruff.

      

  • Can celebrities affect voter turnout? Taylor Swift and others are getting into the political arena, hoping to make a difference. Our Student Reporting Labs asked students for their reactions.

      

  • On tonight's PBS NewsHour: Judy Woodruff's exclusive interview with former Vice President Al Gore about a recent United Nations report on the dire need to address climate change and the 2018 midterms.

      

  • On tonight’s PBS NewsHour: Hurricane Michael has left a deadly path of destruction along the Gulf Coast and inland through the Southeast. William Brangham reports, and Judy Woodruff interviews Sen. Bill Nelson (D-FL).

      

  • Declaring that his red “MAGA” hat makes him “feel like Superman,” rapper Kanye West made a free-styling appearance in the Oval Office Thursday.

Ahead of a private lunch, President Donald Trump and West spoke with reporters as they sat across from each other at the Resolute desk. West dominated the conversation with a series of monologues that touched on social policy, mental health, endorsement deals and his support for the president.

      

  • WATCH: North Dakota is small in terms of population, but its Senate race this fall is attracting major attention. Incumbent Heidi Heitkamp, the only high-level Democratic official left in the state, faces a close contest with Republican Rep. Kevin Cramer, an enthusiastic supporter of President Trump. Judy Woodruff reports.

      

  • WATCH LIVE: President Trump is expected to make remarks about human trafficking during the annual meeting of the President’s Interagency Task Force to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons

      

  • WATCH LIVE: Vice President Mike Pence, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and Secretary of Homeland Security Kirstjen Nielsen participate in conference on prosperity and security in Central America

      

  • Thousands of Rohingya refugee women struggle with the burden of children born from rape by the Myanmar military. And with a community that views them as dishonored, survivors of sexual violence continue to suffer.

Learn more: https://to.pbs.org/2CE3q7s

      

EXCLUSIVE: "We have a global emergency," when it comes to climate change, former Vice President Al Gore tells Judy Woodruff. If we do not begin taking action very quickly, he says — citing an Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change report released this week — the consequences "could actually extend to an existential threat to human civilization on this planet as we know it."

 

 

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