PBS NewsHour full episode, November 19, 2018

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Monday on the NewsHour, the search continues for the 1,000 people missing in California’s deadliest wildfire. Plus: How the U.S. will respond to the Khashoggi killing, as Saudi Arabia’s crown prince appears responsible, an Arkansas work requirement causes thousands to lose Medicaid coverage, analysis of the week’s political news, surviving the Jonestown massacre and the magic of reading aloud.

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WATCH TODAY’S SEGMENTS:
News Wrap: 3 Democratic senators ask for Whitaker’s removal

The daunting task of identifying victims of the Camp Fire

With Khashoggi killing, the U.S. faces diplomatic dilemma

Thousands in Ark. lose Medicaid due to new work requirement

Election results show that ‘gravity does apply’ for Trump

40 years later, Rep. Speier looks back on Jonestown horror

Kate DiCamillo on the magic of reading aloud