PBS NewsHour full episode Jan. 23, 2019

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Wednesday on the NewsHour, the Senate plans to vote on funding proposals, while President Trump and Nancy Pelosi spar over the State of the Union. Plus: Shutdown perspectives from Sen. Rounds and Sen. Van Hollen, crisis in Venezuela, how Americans are supporting federal workers, disappointing results for Boston high school valedictorians, disease detectives and remembering Russell Baker.

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WATCH TODAY’S SEGMENTS:
Trump, Pelosi spar; Democrats consider funding compromise

News Wrap: Airstrike may have killed Taliban commander

Trump and Pelosi must ‘both give a little,’ says Sen. Rounds

‘End this shutdown madness,’ says Sen. Van Hollen

After Guaidó challenges Maduro, what’s next for Venezuela?

How Americans are coming together to support federal workers

Why these high school valedictorians struggle to succeed

In Thailand, tracking animal health to prevent human disease

Tech leader Jean Case on achieving transformative success

Remembering Russell Baker, acclaimed writer and humorist

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