PBS NewsHour full episode, November 12, 2018


Monday on the NewsHour, California wildfires continue to burn, as thousands are displaced from their homes and hundreds are missing. Plus: We speak with a Butte County sheriff for more on the fire in Northern California, recounts and lawsuits loom in races still undecided, a former CIA operative prepares to go to Congress, the political analysis of Tamara Keith and Stuart Rothenberg, and much more.

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From Paradise to ‘hell,’ California fires blaze statewide
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Recounts, lawsuits loom in several states, including Florida

After historic win, former CIA officer goes to Washington

Tamara Keith and Stuart Rothenberg on election results

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‘A Boy Erased’ explores the ‘self-hatred’ of gay conversion

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