PBS NewsHour full episode Jan. 8, 2019

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Tuesday on the NewsHour, the nation awaits a speech from President Trump regarding his insistence on a border wall. Plus: One Republican lawmaker’s view of why the government should reopen before border security negotiations continue, evaluating whether border crossings are at a “crisis” level, the personal impact of the shutdown, and much more.

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WATCH TODAY’S SEGMENTS:
Why to expect ‘more of the same’ from president’s address

News Wrap: Prosecutors believe Manafort shared polling data

Rep. Fitzpatrick: Americans are less safe during shutdown

The facts behind the administration’s border ‘crisis’ claim

Shutdown’s impact: Delayed home loans, deferred medical care

This scholarship program gives students more than money

U.S. cancer rates decline, but some communities fare worse

This book club offers community for ‘invisible’ black women

Margo Price explores the dark side of country music

In Oval Office address, Trump seeks a nation’s hearts, minds — and fears

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