PBS NewsHour full episode Jan. 11, 2019

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Friday on the NewsHour, the partial government shutdown has lasted three full weeks and is expected to become the longest shutdown in U.S. history. Also: How the shutdown affects air safety and wildfire management, on the ground with asylum seekers in Arizona, Cambodia fights against malaria, Shields and Brooks on the week in politics and disposing of Christmas trees using livestock.

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WATCH TODAY’S SEGMENTS:
3 weeks into shutdown, Trump says federal workers back him

News Wrap: U.S. military confirms removal of cargo in Syria

How the shutdown is affecting the safety of air travel

Shutdown impact: Preparation for fighting wildfires

This Yuma border crossing is seeing more ‘family units’

Fighting malaria in the remote reaches of Cambodia

Shields and Brooks on border negotiations, Mueller updates

This farm has a novel way to dispose of Christmas trees

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