PBS NewsHour full episode October 26, 2018


Friday on the NewsHour, additional explosive devices are discovered as the investigation yields an arrest. Plus: the latest on a migrant caravan making its way through Mexico, an unexpectedly close congressional election in West Virginia, Mark Shields and David Brooks on midterm campaign strategy, a film about a family coping with Alzheimer’s and a brief but spectacular take on political satire.

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Authorities arrest Fla. man on mail bomb charges

What motivated the mail bomb suspect?

News Wrap: Economy grows more than 3.5%; stocks drop

Stories from the migrant caravan yearn for safety, family

Can a Democrat win in West Virginia’s ‘Trump country’?

Shields and Brooks on mail bombs, politics as an identity

Swank’s ‘vulnerable’ role as Alzheimer’s patient’s daughter

Hasan Minhaj on political satire, ‘the American Dream Tax’

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