Tuesday on the NewsHour, a federal judge postpones sentencing for Michael Flynn, while the Trump Foundation agrees to dissolve after numerous accusations of misconduct. Plus: the White House signals flexibility on border wall funding, Yemen clings to a fragile truce, diphtheria takes a stranglehold on Yemen, will a school safety commission protect students and photographing life in rural America.
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WATCH TODAY’S SEGMENTS:
News Wrap: Russia blasts Senate findings on disinformation
Why federal judge’s decision on Flynn sentencing is unusual
Trump may have used charitable foundation for personal gain
What’s next in the showdown over a government shutdown?
Critical Yemeni port city clings to fragile truce
Diphtheria takes a deadly stranglehold on war-torn Yemen
Will school safety report protect students from violence?
A photography duo on telling stories through pictures