Tuesday on the NewsHour, President Trump’s former lawyer Michael Cohen admits to multiple charges, and a jury convicts former campaign chairman Paul Manafort on eight financial crime charges. Also: The EPA plan to loosen regulations on coal pollution, a reunion for families in South and North Korea, and a crusade against styrofoam take-out containers becomes a community clean-up effort.
WATCH TODAY’S SEGMENTS:
What does Michael Cohen’s guilty plea mean for Trump?
How Paul Manafort’s conviction could affect the Russia probe
News Wrap: Microsoft reveals latest Russian hacking attempt
How Trump’s coal-fired power plant rules differ from Obama’s
Korean family reunions are a tenuous step toward progress
Restaurant takeout service swaps styrofoam for sustainable
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