PBS NewsHour full episode Jan. 15, 2019

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Tuesday on the NewsHour, confirmation hearings begin for Attorney General nominee William Barr. Also: Prime Minister Theresa May loses a key vote on her Brexit withdrawal plan, Rep. Steve King loses committee appointments after defending white supremacy, how the shutdown is impacting Southern Florida and a conversation with the new chair of the Senate Foreign Relations committee.

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WATCH TODAY’S SEGMENTS:
News Wrap: Bipartisan group working on shutdown compromises

Barr pledges to protect Mueller probe from partisan politics

Klobuchar ‘very concerned’ about Barr’s independence

Former deputy says Mueller memo shouldn’t disqualify Barr

Parliament rejects Brexit deal, leaving May to scramble

Why Republicans are rebuking Rep. Steve King now

Shutdown takes a bite out of business in South Florida

Risch: ‘I really don’t’ believe Trump acts to help Russia

Remembering theater star Carol Channing

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