PBS NewsHour full episode Jan. 29, 2019

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Tuesday on the NewsHour, a polar vortex sends temperatures in the Midwest plunging. Plus: The intelligence community assesses the greatest threats to American national security, the debate over Brexit, Sen. Susan Collins on border security, military children with special needs, a new push for the ERA, the author of “Heart” answers reader questions and governors bridging the political divide.

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WATCH TODAY’S SEGMENTS” 
Polar vortex brings the Midwest frigid, dangerous conditions

News Wrap: Roger Stone pleads not guilty; Barr vote delayed

U.S. intelligence identifies top risks to national security 

UK sends Theresa May back to EU to renegotiate on Brexit

Sen. Collins is ‘very optimistic’ about border security deal

Schools struggle to support military kids with special needs

Could Equal Rights Amendment be added to the Constitution?

‘Heart’ author Sandeep Jauhar answers your questions

How these 3 governors say we can overcome political divide