PBS Newshour Weekend
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In a world growing increasingly concerned with wastefulness, does the future of food production lie in 'upcycling' unused byproducts? Meet the entrepreneurs and industry experts who think this is the case.
With elections approaching in the US, attention turns to swing states. In Pennsylvania's Lehigh Valley, concerns over the economy predate the Covid-19 pandemic - but how will these worries impact votes?
The WHO reclassifies snakebites to the 'A-List' of health concerns, with only half the amount of anti-venom needed globally currently being produced .
In the wake of the explosion in Beirut, volunteers gather to pick up the pieces. Disillusioned with the government, these activists want aid to be channelled directly to voluntary workers, not those in power.
It was an explosion that shook Beirut, and brought down the Lebanese government. In the aftermath of the devastating incident, this report follows the doctors and volunteers trying to salvage their city.
COVID has re-written the rules by which our lives are governed, upturning norms from the home to the workplace. As mass gatherings continue to be avoided for fear of spreading the virus, this election year in the United States looks set to forgo a historic political tradition - the National Conventions of both political parties. Though little more than scripted pageantry set to crown the winner...
An estimated 1 in 7 US immigrants are avoiding state benefits over fears they may be denied residency for utilising them. Health professionals are concerned this is exacerbating the spread of coronavirus.
As the coronavirus pandemic forced student housing around the US to shut, the homeless student community was left particularly vulnerable, with restricted access to the most basic everyday resources.