PBS NewsHour full episode Aug. 27, 2018


Monday on the NewsHour, the U.S. and Mexico reach a tentative trade deal to replace NAFTA. Also, a former Vatican diplomat accuses Pope Francis of ignoring sexual abuse allegations, the UN cites crimes of humanity in Myanmar’s Rohingya crackdown, remembering the distinctive career and personality of John McCain, the week’s political analysis and the work of an iconic American playwright.

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– News Wrap: U.S., Mexico reach tentative agreement on trade

– Pope Francis faces accusation of ignoring sexual abuse

– UN cites ‘genocidal intent’ in Rohingya crackdown

– McCain’s spirit was ‘never broken,’ says defense secretary

– Politics Monday: What McCain’s death means for the Arizona senate race

– Neil Simon, ‘the perfect troubadour’ for the middle class

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