PBS NewsHour full episode Feb. 11, 2019

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Monday on the NewsHour, negotiations stall to keep the government open as lawmakers disagree over the number of beds to provide for detained migrants. Also: New details on decades of sexual abuse by Southern Baptist Church leaders, a British city nears the anniversary of a chemical weapons attack, Denver public school teachers go on strike, Amy Walter and Tamara Keith in Politics Monday and more.

WATCH TODAY’S SEGMENTS:
How migrant detention details stalled border security talks

News Wrap: House Democratic leaders condemn tweet by Omar

Reports reveal hundreds abused by Southern Baptist officials

After nerve agent attack, UK city tries to woo back visitors

Performance pay is at the heart of Denver’s teacher strike

Democrats Klobuchar, Warren join crowded 2020 field

Tamara Keith and Amy Walter on Democratic divides

‘Vice’ is a character study on the quest for power

There is no ‘single story spun on a single tongue’

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