PBS NewsHour full episode, November 29, 2018


Thursday on the NewsHour, Michael Cohen admits he lied to Congress to help cover up contacts with Russia. What does this mean for the special counsel’s investigation? Plus: how the California communities devastated by wildfire are coping, the president heads to a G-20 summit, exploring the future of labor and a brief but spectacular take on justice for sexual abuse survivors.

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How House Democrats seek to block Trump’s ‘worst instincts’

News Wrap: Trump cancels Putin meeting at upcoming G-20

Calif. authorities seek wildfire’s missing and dead

How Trump’s unconventional diplomacy will affect the G-20

How technological innovation could amplify income inequality

A survivor’s take on justice after sexual violence