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PBS NewsHour full episode March 27, 2015

Season 2015 Episode 860 | 53m 38s

Friday on the NewsHour, Syrian President Bashar Assad sat down for an interview with Charlie Rose, rejecting charges that his military used chemical weapons. Also: a verdict in a Silicon Valley gender bias lawsuit, Nigeria goes to the polls amid terror concerns, how sharkskin could be the key to fighting superbugs, Mark Shields and David Brooks on the week’s news and a dance masterpiece on TV.

Aired: 03/26/15 | Expires: 04/26/15
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.
Extras
Beyoncé brings new audience to country music and highlights the genre's Black roots
Thousands gather in Moscow for Navalny's funeral, defying Kremlin and Russian police
Brooks and Capehart on the immigration policies of Biden and Trump
Nobel Peace Prize winner defends reputation against corruption charges in Bangladesh
CDC director on new COVID guidance ending 5-day isolation
News Wrap: Biden says U.S. military will airdrop humanitarian aid into Gaza
Navalny's legacy and the future of Russian opposition
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