PBS NewsHour full episode March 4, 2019

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Monday on the NewsHour, the aftermath of tornadoes that tore through the southeastern U.S. over the weekend, killing at least 23. Also, opposition leader Juan Guaido returns to Venezuela, Politics Monday with Tamara Keith and Amy Walter, how to change hostage negotiation, photo conservation at the Art Institute of Chicago and a brief but spectacular take on demanding respect in the face of racism.

WATCH TODAY’S SEGMENTS:
Tornado survivors face freezing temperatures, power outages

News Wrap: House Democrats open 2 new Trump investigations

How Guaido plans to increase pressure on Maduro to resign

What 2020 Democrats are prioritizing on the campaign trail

Tamara Keith and Amy Walter on 2020 Democrats, Trump at CPAC

Should the U.S. reconsider negotiating for hostages?

The ‘artistry’ behind protecting and repairing photographs

Tetrina Blalock on police brutality and demanding respect

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