Friday on the NewsHour, an unusually light federal sentence for former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort sparks outcry and debate over criminal justice disparities. Also, the U.S. women’s national soccer team sues for gender discrimination, signs North Korea may be resuming nuclear operations, Shields and Gerson on the week in politics, embracing classical music and experimental archaeology.
WATCH TODAY’S SEGMENTS:
News Wrap: Job creation, unemployment both drop in February
What light Manafort sentence says about justice disparities
U.S. women’s soccer lawsuit alleges gender discrimination
After satellite images, what’s next for North Korea policy?
Shields and Gerson on bigotry resolution, Trump inquiries
Embracing classical music’s potential for ‘sonic salvation’
Why recreating artifacts may be the future of archaeology
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