PBS NewsHour full episode Dec. 14, 2018


Friday on the NewsHour, a 7-year-old immigrant girl dies of dehydration and exhaustion while in U.S. custody. Also: Why enrollment in the Affordable Care Act is down, troubling details about the Sandy Hook shooting, two outgoing congressmen on their time in office and how a remote Texas town transformed into an artist colony.

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