Friday on the NewsHour, the Trump administration announces a plan to partially roll back an Obama-era environmental regulation on emissions of mercury, which can have harmful health effects. Plus: Inside Yemen’s staggering humanitarian crisis, Gerson and Capehart on the week’s political news, the year in TV, remembering author Amos Oz, a humble opinion on eating fish and turning salt into art.
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WATCH TODAY’S SEGMENTS:
News Wrap: Migrant boy who died in U.S. custody had the flu
How EPA is changing public health benefits around mercury
Fighting, starvation and disease yield grim crisis in Yemen
Gerson and Capehart on shutdown outlook, politics in 2019
What was the best TV of 2018?
Remembering acclaimed Israeli author Amos Oz
Author Paul Greenberg on why Americans should eat more fish
The Dead Sea is inhospitable for life, but fertile for art