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PBS NewsHour full episode June 2, 2015

Season 2015 Episode 1530 | 54m 12s

Tuesday on the NewsHour, FIFA president Sepp Blatter announced his resignation amid corruption investigations. Also: Questions about car safety after massive airbag recalls, honoring the valor and service of overlooked WWI veterans, the FBI’s secret surveillance planes, empowering the homeless with new media skills and educating Pakistani children in failing schools.

Aired: 06/01/15 | Expires: 07/02/15
Major corporate funding for the PBS NewsHour is provided by BDO, BNSF, Consumer Cellular, Cunard Cruise Lines, and Raymond James. Funding for the PBS NewsHour Weekend is provided by Consumer Cellular and Cunard Cruise Lines. For a complete list of funders for the PBS NewsHour and PBS NewsHour weekend, click here.
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