PBS NewsHour full episode, November 13, 2018


Tuesday on the NewsHour, California wildfires continue to ravage communities and destroy homes, raising the death toll. Also: the science behind the dramatic increase in wildfire activity, ballot recounts in Florida, how schools are working to prevent teen suicide, a North Carolina town struggles after hurricane flooding and a new book about a fire that devastated the Los Angeles Public Library.

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‘Horrific’ scenes in California as crews search for victims

News Wrap: Amazon to split headquarters between Va., NYC

The science behind California’s surging wildfires

Tight Fla. races highlight ‘problematic’ voting technology

How this school is fighting the rise in teen suicides

This N.C. town ‘lost everything’ in Hurricane Florence

Why a library fire feels like an ‘attack on humanity’