PBS NewsHour full episode Dec. 12, 2018

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Wednesday on the NewsHour, former Trump lawyer Michael Cohen is sentenced to three years in prison. Also: Britain’s prime minister faces a precarious political position over Brexit, an effort to overhaul criminal justice enjoys rare bipartisan Senate support, what’s in a new farm bill, saving a Maryland town from flooding, a biography of a murdered journalist and a barber who promotes health care.

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WATCH TODAY’S SEGMENTS:
‘Real drama’ in the courtroom as Cohen gets 3-year sentence

News Wrap: Gunman in French market attack still at large
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WbBkicB0Ww0
After May survives attempted ouster, what’s next for Brexit?

Sens. Grassley, Durbin on ‘smarter’ justice, bipartisanship

What’s in the House’s $867 billion farm bill?

How can flood-ravaged Ellicott City hold back the water?

How exposing ‘the horror of war’ motivated Marie Colvin

Even a haircut can prompt a conversation about health care