PBS NewsHour full episode, November 21, 2018


Wednesday on the NewsHour, people displaced by the California wildfires struggle to find shelter. Also: what the president’s new directive means for troops at the U.S.-Mexico border, Chief Justice John Roberts offers a rare response to President Trump, previewing the Mississippi Senate runoff, testing floodwaters for contaminants and much more.

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Housing Calif. residents displaced by fires proves difficult

Does Trump’s new border directive violate federal law?

Why Chief Justice Roberts’ response to Trump matters

How do Mississippi voters feel about ‘hanging’ remark?

These drones identify floodwater toxins we typically miss

The long history of Russian ‘disinformation warfare’
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