PBS NewsHour full episode, November 26, 2018

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Monday on the NewsHour, General Motors announces major cutbacks to its workforce. Also: the border patrol fires tear gas against migrants rushing a checkpoint in Tijuana, deeper analysis of what’s happening at the U.S.-Mexico border, a violent incident between Russia and Ukraine, NASA lands a spacecraft on Mars, previewing the Mississippi Senate contest and remembering an Italian film icon.

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WATCH TODAY’S SEGMENTS:
Why GM’s mistaken bet led to major layoffs

U.S. border officials clash with migrants in asylum limbo

News Wrap: Trump rejects finding of climate report

How Trump’s border policies are ‘completely new’ for America

After long journey, this migrant’s dream may end in Tijuana

Russian attack on Ukrainian ships sparks global condemnation

NASA hopes InSight will illuminate Mars’ unknown core

Amy Walter and Tamara Keith on Miss. Senate race

Remembering the career of filmmaker Bernardo Bertolucci

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