PBS NewsHour full episode October 31, 2018


Wednesday on the NewsHour, we take a look at some key Senate races that could decide the balance of power in Washington. Also: The race for attorney general in Michigan, how the Saudi royal family is handling the fallout from the murder of Jamal Khashoggi, economics versus the environment in a mining debate in Florida, when heavy labor results in a miscarriage and author Nate Blakeslee.

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News Wrap: Accused Pittsburgh synagogue shooter indicted

National issues dominate these three critical Senate races

Why this tight Mich. race for attorney general matters

Inside the Saudi kingdom, under global pressure

Battle over phosphate mining roils small Fla. town

When workplace conditions put women’s pregnancies at risk

‘American Wolf’ author Nate Blakeslee answers your questions

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