PBS NewsHour full episode March 6, 2019

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Wednesday on the NewsHour, a one-on-one interview with Sen. Lisa Murkowski, R-Alaska, about diverging from her party and the president. Plus: what’s in a sweeping public lands bill passed by Congress, how Saudi Arabia’s watchful eye looms over Saudi students in the U.S., uncovering sexual misconduct in the sciences, a novel about child migrants and a humble opinion on the risks of pursuing joy.

WATCH TODAY’S SEGMENTS:
News Wrap: Trump cautious about North Korea missile reports

Sen. Lisa Murkowski on disagreeing with the president

Lands bill signifies ‘unity over the American landscape’

Even in the U.S., Saudi dissidents fear their government

NIH fights ‘morally indefensible’ sexual harassment issue

Author Valeria Luiselli on documenting ‘political violence’

A humble opinion on accepting risk in order to choose joy

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