PBS NewsHour full episode Jan. 30, 2019

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Wednesday on the NewsHour, polar air drives temperatures in the Midwest even lower, causing closures, disruptions and deaths. Plus: How climate change relates to this frigid weather, political crisis in Venezuela, a report on progress toward drafting a new border security funding bill, debating human microchips, undocumented workers at a Trump property and resisting divisive political labels.

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WATCH TODAY’S SEGMENTS” 
Arctic weather enveloping Midwest blamed for 8 deaths

News Wrap: Trump blasts intelligence officials as ‘naive’

Why Midwest deep freeze may be an outcome of climate change

Will US intervention in Venezuela help or harm its people?

Sen. Capito on ‘sweet spot’ for border security negotiations

Human microchipping sparks debate over privacy, exploitation

Trump-owned property employed undocumented workers for years

Journalist Sarah Smarsh on resisting divisive labels

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