The site provides only search video on such resources as Youtube,Dailymotion,Vimeo and other. Thursday on the NewsHour, a moment of reckoning for the Democratic Party as Virginia state leaders face scrutiny over wearing blackface plus an accusation of sexual assault. One school in Pittsburgh is training the next generation of cybersecurity experts to fight off the bad guys -- by teaching them to think the same way. But not everything about this new provision is as simple as it sounds. We examine the extent of the fallout from Edward Snowden's leaks about American intelligence gathering. Developers are not responsible for this video. In our signature segment, the new government rules that would allow ordinary Americans to invest in start-up businesses.
If you find a video that violates your rights, please contact direct to video resources. This week they begin with the eavesdropping incident heard around the Twittersphere. Supporters think the provision could be a key to spurring more entrepreneurship, economic growth, and job creation. Also, demolition began at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn. But is it a good idea for investors?.
We move on to Stephen Colbert's suggestion that Shields and Brooks mud wrestle, plus the gentlemen's picks for the World Series. Also: Germany's Angela Merkel confronts the U. Meanwhile the White House announced that insurance seekers will now have until March 31 to sign up for coverage. Ray Suarez recaps the revelations. Capito on 'sweet spot' for border security negotiations Human microchipping sparks debate over privacy, exploitation Trump-owned property employed undocumented workers for years Journalist Sarah Smarsh on resisting divisive labels. Later, a Washington Post report shows millions have gone missing from nonprofit organizations across the country. Joe Stephens, an investigative reporter for the Post and the co-author of the piece joins NewsHour from Washington D.
Hala Al Dosari, a women's rights activist in the Saudi coastal city of Jeddah said she has seen pictures and video from more than 50 women participating in a movement defying the country's de facto ban on driving on Oct. Also: changes for prescription painkillers, people who prepare for doomsday, the political analysis of Shields and Brooks and a book conversation about college football. We spoke with Rick Field, founder of pickle company Rick's Picks about what the new rules about general solicitation mean to him and how he's using them to grow his business. For any other case please contact us on. Wednesday on the NewsHour, polar air drives temperatures in the Midwest even lower, causing closures, disruptions and deaths. A State Department spokeswoman said the Obama administration is ready to discuss the issue. Hari Sreenivasan gets more from Barry Meier of The New York Times.
Jeffrey Brown talks to author Armen Keteyian. And how kidney transplant chains are saving lives. Plus: How climate change relates to this frigid weather, political crisis in Venezuela, a report on progress toward drafting a new border security funding bill, debating human microchips, undocumented workers at a Trump property and resisting divisive political labels. Crowley, former assistant secretary of state, join Ray Suarez to discuss the diplomatic ramifications. .
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