PBS NewsHour full episode Jan. 1, 2019


Tuesday on the NewsHour, North Korean leader Kim Jong Un says he won’t make, test or give away nuclear weapons, and he wants to meet again with President Trump. Plus: NASA examines an object four billion miles from Earth, significant new state laws for 2019, America’s ongoing opioid addiction, a water crisis in the Gaza Strip, voices from student reporters and John Grisham’s latest novel.

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