PBS NewsHour full episode Jan. 10, 2019

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Thursday on the NewsHour, President Trump travels to the southern border to underscore his argument for a wall. Plus: A House Democrat weighs in on national security during the shutdown, why some crime and accident investigations are on hold, do paused food safety inspections jeopardize Americans’ health, Venezuela’s president starts a second term, Trumponomics and coping with mental illness.

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WATCH TODAY’S SEGMENTS:
Shutdown yields ‘interesting dynamics’ on Capitol Hill

News Wrap: Yemen rebels detonate a deadly bomb using a drone

Border wall is not ‘who we are,’ says Rep. Thompson

Shutdown impact: FBI pay, NTSB accident investigations

Is the government shutdown making American food unsafe?

Venezuela’s Maduro begins 2nd term amidst an economic crisis

Evaluating Trump’s economic policies, 2 years in

Why mental illness ‘should never be a crime’

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