PBS NewsHour full episode, November 23, 2018


Friday on the NewsHour, a government report warns of dire consequences from climate change today and in the future. Plus: Save the Children finds 85,000 young children have died in the ongoing Yemeni conflict, Brooks and Marcus on how the president’s attacks reflect his mood, a new film about race relations in the Jim Crow era, ploggers clean up while working out and a band’s musical inspiration.

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‘It’s now,’ says dire government report on climate change

News Wrap: Shoppers flock to deals on lucrative Black Friday

What war-torn Yemen needs to keep more children from dying

Brooks and Marcus on the president’s ‘ramped up’ rhetoric

‘Green Book’ explores racial dynamics amidst Jim Crow

How the Barefoot Contessa became one of America’s best loved cooks

How plogging turns a mundane workout into a ‘treasure hunt’

Musician Nathaniel Rateliff on struggling to find his sound