PBS NewsHour full episode, November 15, 2018

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Thursday on the NewsHour, the death toll from California’s deadliest wildfire keeps rising as residents begin their recovery. Also: The FDA proposes new restrictions on e-cigarettes, recounts continue in Florida’s narrow elections, a warning of imminent famine in Yemen, how the U.S. Forest Service is combating sexual harassment in its ranks, shareable scooters hit the streets and more.

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WATCH TODAY’S SEGMENTS:
Paradise gone, wildfire evacuees must rebuild their lives

News Wrap: Snow storm triggers car wrecks, power outages

Will FDA restrictions reduce underage vaping and smoking?

Where Florida’s election recounts stand as deadline passes

UN food aid chief: Yemen war must end to address starvation

Forest Service chief: Progress on abuse ‘will take longer’

Why the rise of the electric scooter has been a bumpy ride

How female vets who disabled bombs found a path to healing