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PNS Daily Newscast - May 22, 2018 


The Department of Justice bows to Trump demands – at least, in part. Also on the rundown: the latest Supreme Court ruling deemed a blow to worker’s rights; plus a solar program back by popular demand.

Daily Newscasts

Newscasts

Thursday April 19, 2018   PNS Daily Newscast - April 19, 2018

A contentious Farm Bill heads to U.S. House for debate. Also on our rundown: gaps cited in protections for small-business employees and nonprofit volunteers; plus power out for much of Puerto Rico; and some warning signs, that increased youth activism may not correspond to voter turnout.

 

Wednesday April 18, 2018   PNS Daily Newscast - April 18, 2018

Former first lady Barbara Bush has died. Also on our nationwide rundown: Historic changes to SNAP could mean more hunger; we'll take you to one of America’s smoggiest cities; and tribal rights and salmon habitat are tested in a U.S. Supreme Court case.

 

Tuesday April 17, 2018   PNS Daily Newscast - April 17, 2018

Trump lawyer Michael Cohen reveals a “secret” client in court. Also on the rundown: The fight over net-neutrality comes to California; and today is Tax Day, a time to be on guard for tax scams.

 

Sunday April 15, 2018   PNS Daily Newscast - April 16, 2017

President Trump provides a written cause for why the U.S. bombed Syria. Also on our rundown: Down to the wire on Tax Day – what are the feds doing with your money? Plus, don’t forget digital desktop cleanups, as part of spring cleaning.

 

Friday April 13, 2018   PNS Daily Newscast - April 13, 2018

Former FBI director James Comey compares President Donald Trump to a mafia crime boss in his new book. Also on the Friday rundown: The “March for Science” returns this weekend; and a controversial North Carolina billboard focuses on guns, the Second Amendment and the Second Commandment.

 

Thursday April 12, 2018   PNS Daily News - April 12, 2018

Speaker Ryan headed for the exit. Also, on the rundown: From California, almost 400 safety violations in offshore oil facilities since 2015; we examine the stakes in Medicaid work requirements; and proposal to better prepare 9-1-1 dispatchers for guiding CPR.

 

Wednesday April 11, 2018   PNS Daily Newscast - April 11, 2018

Want the odds of Facebook being regulated? Stay tuned. Also on the rundown: teachers in Arizona stage walk-ins to demand higher pay; and Washington is first state in nation to reduce bias in jury selection.

 

Tuesday April 10, 2018   PNS Daily Newscast - April 10, 2018

The FBI raids the office, home and hotel room of President Donald Trump’s personal lawyer and Trump cries foul. Also on the rundown: we take you to a state that ranks near the bottom for pay equity for women; and another where businesses want to help preserve wildlife funding.

 

Monday April 9, 2018   PNS Daily Newscast - April 9, 2018

Trump suggests China will take down trade barriers. Also on our rundown: More women are gaining seats on court benches and deciding to run for office; and a new website showcases innovative environmental legislation across the country.

 

Friday April 6, 2018   PNS Daily Newscast - April 6, 2018

President Trump threatens to double down on trade tariffs against China. Also on our Friday rundown: New Mexico’s governor supports more troops at the border; and a new report says Trump guidelines provide religious liberty to a select few.

 

Thursday April 5, 2018   PNS Daily Newscast - April 5, 2018

The Trump administration tries to quell fears of a trade war, but Iowa farmers remain worried. Also on the rundown: Florida goes to court over restoring ex-felons' rights to vote; John Bolton heads to the White House, but will his super PAC’s activities haunt him? And a look at how the GOP tax plan clouds the future of historic renovations.

 

Wednesday April 4, 2018   PNS Daily Newscast - April 4, 2018

Public News Service Newscast UPDATE: Authorities are reported to have a motive in Tuesday’s shootings at YouTube headquarters. Also, on today’s rundown: the rollback of clean air protections sized-up as driving in the wrong direction; and combating hunger on college campuses.

 

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