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HELL HAS AN EXIT Podcast is a display of resilience of the human spirit. Our host Bryan Alzate was addicted to crack and OxyContin at the age of 14. Lost and suicidal he found his own exit in hell by getting clean at 17 and involvement in a 12 step program. Since then Bryan has dedicated much of his life helping other addicts find the Exit. He is currently CEO and owner of his own drug rehab, United Recovery Project. On this show Bryan interviews individuals who have fought similar battles- ...
 
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The Sackler family is one of the richest families in America, donating millions to some of the world's most prestigious museums and universities. But the source of that wealth was for many years something of a mystery. William Brangham talks with Patrick Radden Keefe, the author of "Empire of Pain: The Secret History of the Sackler Dynasty," to she…
 
President Joe Biden formally announced Wednesday that the United States would withdraw all troops from Afghanistan by September 11, 20 years since the fateful day that led to the U.S. invasion. More than 2,300 American soldiers have lost their lives in what's become the country's longest war. John Yang begins our coverage. PBS NewsHour is supported…
 
In our news wrap Wednesday, Kim Potter, the former police officer who fatally shot Daunte Wright outside Minneapolis was charged with second-degree manslaughter. Then, a scathing new report blames the leadership of the Capitol Police for a raft of failures before January 6. And, the Biden administration has proposed ending a Trump-era ban on federa…
 
Former financier Bernie Madoff, who organized the largest fraud in wall street's history, died Wednesday. He swindled major charities, universities and celebrities out of billions, and was serving 150 years in prison. Stephanie Sy has our report about his rise and fall. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders…
 
Judy Woodruff speaks with three experts on Afghanistan. Retired Lt. Gen. Doug Lute served in both the George W. Bush and Obama administrations focusing on Afghanistan. Annie Pforzheimer was acting Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Afghanistan until 2019. And David Sedney was Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Afghanistan, Pakistan and …
 
More than half of public schools around the country are back to full time in-person classes. But many school districts still are using distance or hybrid learning, and there are many questions ahead about what it will take to reopen more fully in the coming months. Amna Nawaz looks at those questions and more with Secretary of Education, Miguel Car…
 
President Joe Biden has proposed a $2 trillion measure, The American Jobs Plan, to improve the country's infrastructure. As negotiations on that get underway in Washington, Judy Woodruff is joined by a senator who's deeply involved - ranking member of the Environment and Public Works committee, Republican Shelley Moore Capito of West Virginia, to d…
 
The defense team for former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin has been making the case that George Floyd died for other reasons, and that Chauvin's kneeling on Floyd's neck was not the crucial factor. Today, the defense focused on that question with its own expert testimony stating that instead of "homicide," Floyd's manner of death was "und…
 
As the nation watches the trial of Derek Chauvin, we return to the debate that George Floyd's death ignited. Special correspondent Charlayne Hunter-Gault spoke with current and former law enforcement officers about "defunding the police," and what reforms they believe are needed to improve relations between them and the communities they serve. It's…
 
COVID vaccination centers have begun suspending the use of the Johnson and Johnson vaccine after federal health officials recommended the move. The CDC and the FDA say they are reviewing extremely rare and severe blood clots in six women, out of nearly 7 million people who have received the vaccine in the U.S. Dr. Anne Schuchat, principal deputy di…
 
The death of George Floyd and the trial of former police officer Derek Chauvin has kept the state of Minnesota in the national spotlight. Now the death of Daunte Wright near Minneapolis has led to new protests and opened long-standing wounds over policing and race. Special correspondent Fred de Sam Lazaro reports. PBS NewsHour is supported by - htt…
 
The killings of Daunte Wright and George Floyd continue to reverberate, not only in Minnesota but around the U.S., on policing, use of force and race. Philonise Floyd, George Floyd's younger brother who took the stand Monday in former police officer Derek Chauvin's trial, and Ben Crump, an attorney representing the Floyd family and Daunte Wright's …
 
President Biden plans to announce Wednesday that all 2,500 U.S. troops in Afghanistan will leave the country by Sept. 11. The troop withdrawal would be four months later than the previous deadline, and top Republicans immediately criticized the move. Amna Nawaz joins Judy Woodruff to discuss. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newsh…
 
In our news wrap Tuesday, a slain U.S. Capitol Police officer was honored by the nation's leaders, Iran warned that it will be enriching uranium to 60 percent purity, the holy month of Ramadan began in much of the Muslim world amid surging COVID cases, and more than 300 businesses appealed to the United States to cut greenhouse gas emissions. PBS N…
 
Russia- backed separatists have been fighting against Ukrainian forces since 2014, but this year Ukraine says Russia has gathered nearly 80,000 troops at its border. The Russian government says it's a reaction to what it claimed are NATO plans to push troops closer to Russia's borders. Bill Taylor, former acting U.S. ambassador to Ukraine, joins Am…
 
Florida may be called the Sunshine State, but it is no stranger to the damaging impacts of climate change. Miles O'Brien profiles one small Florida community that is trying to take advantage of all that sunshine, billed as the country's first solar-powered town. This report is part of our collaborative series on climate change and its consequences,…
 
An actress-turned-first lady. During her more than 50 year marriage, Nancy Reagan was also the most trusted adviser to her husband, former President Ronald Reagan. Washington Post columnist Karen Tumulty is out with a new book about her influence, titled "The Triumph of Nancy Reagan." Tumulty joins Judy Woodruff to discuss. PBS NewsHour is supporte…
 
Andre was born in a period of intense violence and tribal warfare in poverty-stricken Jamaica. He escaped with his family to the US, but not before witnessing the deaths of both children and adults, first-hand, by the time he reached five years old. Life continued to be a challenge for his family, as his parents divorced shortly after the move with…
 
As the trial of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin went into a third week of testimony Monday, a police killing of a motorist in a neighboring community has once again left the region reeling. Amna Nawaz speaks with Lisa Clemons of A Mother's Love Initiative and Campaign Zero's Sam Sinyangwe about the community's reaction. PBS NewsHour…
 
In the Derek Chauvin trial Monday, prosecutors wrapped up their case, with jurors hearing testimony from George Floyd's brother about Floyd's character, and his role as a "leader" in the family. Special correspondent Fred De Sam Lazaro reports. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders…
 
In our news wrap Monday, new numbers show 28 percent of the U.S. population is now fully vaccinated for COVID-19. Yet infections are rising again - with Michigan leading states. A police chase in Georgia left three officers wounded and one man dead. And President Biden ramped up his push for a $2.3 trillion jobs and infrastructure package, meeting …
 
A major explosion Sunday disabled parts of Iran's uranium enrichment facility at Natanz, south of Tehran. Iran quickly blamed Israel for the incident, which comes as indirect talks between the U.S. and Iran over the crippled nuclear deal are set to resume. John Yang speaks to Henry Rome of the Eurasia Group about possible motives behind the attack,…
 
Congress returns from recess this week, and as we reported earlier, the first stop for a bipartisan group of lawmakers was the White House -- invited by the president as he works to sell his American Jobs Plan on infrastructure and climate. Congressional correspondent Lisa Desjardins joins us for an update. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://ww…
 
NPR's Tamara Keith and Amy Walter of the Cook Political Report join Judy Woodruff to discuss the latest political news, including President Biden's bipartisanship style, his infrastructure package, and divisions within the Republican party. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders…
 
Researching masculinity has been a life-long interest for Andrew Reiner, and it took on a new urgency when his son, Macallah, was born in 2011. Tonight, Reiner gives his Brief but Spectacular take on confronting an outdated model of masculinity. His latest book is called, "Better Boys, Better Men." PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org…
 
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