PBS NewsHour full episode October 29, 2018

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Monday on the NewsHour, 11 people were murdered in a hate-filled attack on a Pittsburgh synagogue this Saturday. John Yang reports on the suspect’s first court appearance and how the community is coping. We also explore how recent events are weighing on the minds of voters. Judy Woodruff anchors special coverage from Florida.

WATCH TODAY’S SEGMENTS:
Pittsburgh honors synagogue victims through memorials, song

News Wrap: Bomb suspect faces judge

Who will be Florida’s next governor and senator?

How Florida voters are thinking ahead of Election Day

Why Florida Democrats need Puerto Ricans and young people

Could water issues shift the political tides in Florida?

Tamara Keith and Susan MacManus on Florida’s tight races

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