Monday on the NewsHour, the partial government shutdown hits a full month, with no resolution in sight. Also: How the shutdown is affecting programs for survivors of domestic violence and absences among TSA staff, ‘El Chapo’ on trial, the unknowns of marijuana edibles, tensions divide the Women’s March, Politics Monday, an MLK Day remembrance and the Honor Roll of fallen soldiers.
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WATCH TODAY’S SEGMENTS:
News Wrap: Taliban execute deadly attack on Afghan base
Trump is ‘edging closer’ to declaring a national emergency
Shutdown affects support for domestic violence survivors
The ‘remarkable’ courtroom revelations in trial of ‘El Chapo’
Can consumption of marijuana edibles cause psychosis?
Can the Women’s March sustain momentum and manage tension?
Tamara Keith and Amy Walter on shutdown pressure
On MLK Day, a ‘deeply moral argument’ about inequality
Honor Roll for January 21, 2019