PBS NewsHour full episode Jan. 17, 2019

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Thursday on the NewsHour, President Trump cancels an overseas trip planned by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi as the shutdown hits day 27. Also: The president’s plan to boost missile defense, how the shutdown is affecting food stamps, making sense of the “curse of bigness” when giant companies dominate, new details about family separations at the border, a historic trip across Antarctica and more.

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WATCH TODAY’S SEGMENTS:
Trump’s move to cancel congressional trip raises debate

News Wrap: Giuliani changes his tune on Russia collusion

Trump missile defense plans may spark arms race, critics say

Why many stores can’t accept food stamps during the shutdown

Why tech industry monopolies could be a ‘curse’ for society

Report: Number of families separated at border unknown

How Colin O’Brady mentally prepared for his Antarctic feat

Why we can’t ‘arrest ourselves out of’ mental illness

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