Nasser Al-Khelaifi the Paris Saint-Germain president and Bein Sports chairman has been charged by the attorney general in Switzerland over his role in the awarding of FIFA World Cup rights and confederation tournaments awards.. The former FIFA secretary general Jerome Valcke was also charged with bribery, criminal mismanagement and documents… Continue Reading Breaking News:Nasser Al Khelaifi &Jerome Valcke Charged Over Awarding Media World Cup Rights

JUDY WOODRUFF: Good evening. I’m Judy Woodruff. On the “NewsHour” tonight: Over 900 newly released e-mails tie the president’s top immigration adviser, Stephen Miller, to white nationalism and extremist right-wing publications. Then: on the ground in Afghanistan. Our Jane Ferguson goes behind Taliban lines, where, after almost 20 years of… Continue Reading PBS NewsHour full episode November 14, 2019

FINAL CHANCE TO MAKE THEIR CASE TO THE VOTERS. TO THE VOTERS. 45 SECOND EACH. 45 SECOND EACH. WE BEGIN WITH CONGRESSMAN WE BEGIN WITH CONGRESSMAN SWALWELL. SWALWELL. >>WE CANT BE A FORWARD LOOKING>>WE CANT BE A FORWARD LOOKING PARTY IF WE LOOK TO THE PAST FOR PARTY IF WE… Continue Reading Watch Closing Statements Of The Democratic Debate’s Second Night | NBC News

JUDY WOODRUFF: Good evening. I’m Judy Woodruff. On the “NewsHour” tonight: stopping the flow of secrets. South Korea revokes a key intelligence-sharing agreement with Japan, threatening U.S. interests in North Korea. Then: How much is too much? America braces for a trillion-dollar deficit — what it means for the health… Continue Reading PBS NewsHour full episode August 22, 2019

AMNA NAWAZ, PBS NEWSHOUR ANCHOR: Good evening. I’m Amna Nawaz. Judy Woodruff is away. On the “NewsHour” tonight: Fallout in Russia. Lingering fear after nuclear engineers are killed in a mysterious explosion. What it means for the country’s weapons program, and for Vladimir Putin’s hold on power. Then, the artistic… Continue Reading PBS NewsHour full episode August 13, 2019