PBS NewsHour full episode Dec.10, 2018


Monday on the NewsHour, political upheaval grips the United Kingdom and France. Also: another staff shakeup leaves the White House chaotic, understanding the significance of the president’s 2016 hush money payments, on the ground at two of the factories GM plans to close, when domestic violence turns deadly, Politics Monday and a famous radio host shares his opinion on screen-free time.

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News Wrap: Winter storm dumps heavy snow in the South

Why the UK and France face ‘fundamental transformations’

With Ayers out, chief-of-staff selection is a ‘free for all’

Why Cohen’s hush money places the president at legal risk

After layoff news, GM workers worry about their ‘next move’

Disturbing data shows domestic violence often turns deadly

Tamara Keith and Amy Walter on ‘cautious’ Democrats

NPR’s Peter Sagal on prioritizing time ‘without input’