PBS NewsHour full episode, November 9, 2018


Friday on the NewsHour, a fast-moving California wildfire forces an entire town to evacuate. Plus: Some of Tuesday’s election results have yet to be determined, remembering the victims of Wednesday’s deadly Thousand Oaks shooting, Shields and Brooks on the week’s news, the legacy of World War I and a carpenter losing his sight gains a music career.

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‘Catastrophic losses’ as Northern California burns

News Wrap: Trump signs proclamation order limiting asylum

Election results in these states are yet to be finalized

Remembering the 12 lives cut short in the Calif. shooting

Shields and Brooks on midterm results and loyalty to Trump

For families of soldiers lost in WWI, a legacy of sacrifice

This great-grandfather lost his sight but became a rock star