PBS NewsHour full episode, November 16, 2018


Friday on the NewsHour, more than 600 people are missing in the aftermath of California’s deadliest wildfire. Plus: a judge orders the White House to reinstate a CNN reporter’s press pass, new rules about how colleges respond to sexual assault allegations, Facebook’s response to Russian misinformation campaigns, a different kind of heist movie and the analysis of David Brooks and Ruth Marcus.

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One mother’s harrowing escape from deadly Calif. wildfire

News Wrap: Trump says he’s ‘working on’ Mueller’s questions

Is court’s CNN ruling a ‘win for the White House?’

DeVos revises rules on how colleges deal with sexual assault

Did Facebook ‘deflect’ after realizing Russian meddling?

Why ‘Widows’ isn’t just another heist movie

David Brooks and Ruth Marcus on a ‘moderate’ new Congress