© 2024 Michigan State University Board of Trustees
Public Media from Michigan State University
Play Live Radio
Next Up:
0:00 0:00
Available On Air Stations

August 31, 2023 - PBS NewsHour full episode

Season 2023 Episode 254 | 57m 46s

Thursday on the NewsHour, we report from Florida where residents are assessing the damage Hurricane Idalia left in its wake. A New Hampshire lawsuit tests the idea of using the 14th Amendment to keep former President Trump off the ballot in 2024. Plus, 12 years after the Fukushima nuclear plant meltdown, Japan takes up the task of developing a stable energy supply without relying on fossil fuels.

Aired: 08/30/23 | Expires: 09/30/23
Major corporate funding for the PBS NewsHour is provided by BDO, BNSF, Consumer Cellular, American Cruise Lines, and Raymond James. Funding for the PBS NewsHour Weekend is provided by Consumer Cellular and American Cruise Lines. For a complete list of funders for the PBS NewsHour and PBS NewsHour weekend, click here.
What more can be done to treat Lyme disease and its potential long-term effects
How the reversal of Roe v. Wade reshaped American life
News Wrap: Rescue effort underway after helicopter with Iran president crashes
‘Stop the Steal’ flag at Supreme Court Justice Alito’s home raises concerns
May 19, 2024 - PBS News Weekend full episode
How America’s organ transplant system can be improved
What’s behind the growing popularity of Japanese comics and animations in U.S.
News Wrap: Israeli war cabinet member threatens to quit over Gaza strategy
May 18, 2024 - PBS News Weekend full episode
Why young Americans are pushing for climate change to be taught in schools