PBS NewsHour full episode, November 22, 2018

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Thursday on the NewsHour, we explore how Facebook hired a consulting firm to spread negative stories about its critics. Plus: President Trump’s plan to bail out dairy farmers, the unique role of football quarterbacks, moving chess fans beyond Bobby Fischer, pilgrim economics, a history of American Judaism, a brief but spectacular take on making music for yourself and a chef’s moment of epiphany.

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WATCH TODAY’S SEGMENTS:
News Wrap: Volunteers feed Californians displaced by fire

After latest scandal, does Facebook need to be regulated?

How Trump’s trade wars are affecting American farmers

Why quarterbacks are the most scrutinized athletes in sports

Fabio Caruana helps usher in a new era for American chess

On Thanksgiving, a look back at colonial capitalism

Why the rise of American Judaism is a story worth telling

Maroon 5’s PJ Morton on making music ‘selfishly’

The moment Samin Nosrat realized cooking’s 4 vital elements