PBS NewsHour full episode, November 30, 2018

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Friday on the NewsHour, Alaska’s Anchorage endures a major earthquake. Also: the G-20 summit illustrates the challenges of multilateralism during a populist boom, Marriott reveals it suffered a major data breach, the latest developments in the Mueller investigation, Shields and Brooks analyze the week’s political news and a New Jersey city that’s trying a new technique for managing juvenile crime.

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WATCH TODAY’S SEGMENTS:
‘Violent’ earthquake causes extensive damage to Anchorage

News Wrap: Ukraine closes border to Russian men

At G-20, leaders learn ‘how difficult’ consensus has become

Why companies are still failing to protect our personal data

On Russia, did Trump’s business and policy converge?

Shields and Brooks on Mueller news, congressional dynamics

Is youth court a solution for minor juvenile crimes?

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