Tuesday on the NewsHour, U.N. ambassador Nikki Haley announces her resignation. Also, Hurricane Michael approaches the Florida Panhandle, we analyze the new Supreme Court, North Dakota’s close Senate race, Maine courts younger workers with student loan credits, Afghanistan’s ongoing battle with the Taliban, Doris Kearns Goodwin on presidential leadership and learning the value of “showing up.”
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WATCH TODAY’S SEGMENTS:
Trump, Pompeo offer praise as Haley announces resignation
The latest forecast for ‘life-threatening’ Hurricane Michael
News Wrap: Turkey to search Saudi consulate for Khashoggi
Will the Kavanaugh saga tarnish the Supreme Court’s image?
How Trump and trade factor into Heitkamp’s reelection battle
Aging Maine repays college debts to attract younger workers
Why fighting in Afghanistan persists, 17 years later
What can leaders learn from ‘turbulent times’ in history?
On death row, a future lawyer learns the value of showing up
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