Thursday on the NewsHour, President George H.W. Bush is laid to rest in Texas. Also: the arrest of a Chinese tech executive heightens trade woes, the Supreme Court considers a challenge to standards for double jeopardy, the outlook for peace in Yemen, dire warnings on climate change, the future of the trucking industry, welcoming congressional freshmen and a brief but spectacular take on poetry.
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WATCH TODAY’S SEGMENTS:
Family, friends recall George H.W. Bush’s ‘profound legacy’
News Wrap: White House wants to roll back emissions mandates
How Chinese executive’s arrest heightens trade tensions
What’s at stake in Supreme Court’s double jeopardy case
During peace talks, UN envoy says future of Yemen is at risk
Are the goals of the Paris Accord slipping out of reach?
What autonomous vehicles could mean for truck drivers
How 4 congressional freshmen plan to find ‘common ground’