PBS NewsHour full episode Feb. 12, 2019


Tuesday on the NewsHour, lawmakers say they have reached a bipartisan agreement to fund border security and avoid a second government shutdown — but no word yet on whether the president will sign it. Plus: Sen. Leahy weighs in on the deal, a guilty verdict for the drug lord “El Chapo,” struggling to get aid to the needy in Venezuela and the first anniversary of the Parkland shooting massacre.

How both sides compromised on tentative border security deal

Why both parties are claiming victory on funding for border security

News Wrap: Biden eulogizes John Dingell at memorial service

Sen. Leahy: Funding proposal is ‘a good deal for America’

How shocking violence characterized the reign of ‘El Chapo’

Venezuela protests mount amid humanitarian, political crises

After Parkland, students use tip lines to keep schools safe

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