PBS NewsHour full episode, November 14, 2018


Wednesday on the NewsHour, the latest on the California wildfires, including a new blaze burning east of L.A. Also: the president announces criminal justice reform, updates from the Justice Department, what congressional freshmen want from their leadership, speaking with one of the House’s newly elected veterans, negotiating a Brexit deal proves difficult, Zika virus in Puerto Rico and more.

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Fire recovery continues across California; new fire blazes

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Does Trump’s criminal justice plan change ‘draconian’ laws?

Why Trump’s prison reform plan could be a ‘breakthrough’

New House Democrats divided over Pelosi and ‘change’

‘Compromise is not a dirty word,’ says Rep.-elect Waltz

Brexit proves that breaking up is hard to do

What’s the truth about Zika in post-hurricane Puerto Rico?

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