Tuesday on the NewsHour, Puerto Rico’s governor doubles the number of deaths attributed to Hurricane Maria. Also, a flurry of foreign policy activity sparks a rare Pentagon briefing, California outlaws cash bail, Brett Kavanaugh’s record on executive power, combating ‘brain drain’ in Africa, analyzing the proposed NAFTA replacement, a four-day school week and our latest book club feature.
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WATCH TODAY’S SEGMENTS:
News Wrap: Puerto Rico’s Hurricane Maria death toll doubles
From Yemen to Europe, U.S. foreign policy is scrutinized
California governor signs landmark bill to eliminate cash bail
Where does Brett Kavanaugh see the limits of executive power?
In Africa, an organization fights healthcare ‘brain drain’
Analyzing the outlook for a new trilateral trade deal
What this school district learned from a 4-day week
Author Lesley Nneka Arimah answers your questions
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