PBS NewsHour full episode Aug. 29, 2018


Wednesday on the NewsHour, the major primary elections are over, and victories by progressives and pro-Trump candidate are setting up big challenges in November. Also: Waves of refugees flee Venezuela as the economic crisis worsens, remembering Sen. John McCain, the push to regulate a chemical that is known to cause brain damage and police departments train to reduce implicit bias.

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What Arizona and Florida primary winners mean for November

Venezuela’s neighbors are facing a huge refugee emergency

How John McCain and Ted Kennedy teamed up to solve problems

EPA ignored its own advice on this brain-damaging pesticide

This police training uncovers the implicit bias in all of us

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