PBS NewsHour full episode Feb. 20, 2019


Wednesday on the NewsHour, as Pope Francis prepares to open a historic summit on sex abuse in the Catholic Church, he faces criticism for doing too little, too late. Plus: The Supreme Court limits when states can seize personal property, where the 2020 Democratic candidates stand on health care, recovering from the California wildfires, parental custody laws and an Andy Warhol retrospective.

News Wrap: Mueller’s Russia investigation may be complete

Critics say Catholic sex abuse strains pope’s credibility

Supreme Court limits states’ ability to seize property

Where Democratic candidates fall on health care reform

Housing, water, jobs prove elusive in Camp Fire aftermath

How ‘homophobia’ denied Sharon Bottoms custody of her son

Warhol retrospective has special resonance in Instagram age

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