Tuesday on the NewsHour, as George H.W. Bush lies in state, we remember him with some of the colleagues who knew him best, including former Secretary of State James Baker. Plus: senators are briefed by the CIA on Jamal Khashoggi’s murder, uncertainty lingers in several races weeks after Election Day, how automation may affect American workers, a master artist on display and love for libraries.
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