PBS NewsHour full episode Sept. 03, 2018

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Monday on the NewsHour, journalists are sentenced in Myanmar after reporting on the military’s ethnic cleansing campaign against the Rohingya Muslims. Also: The life and work of Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, Politics Monday with Amy Walter and Tamara Keith, the Trump administration’s battles with federal workers, the failure of the 911 system amid Hurricane Harvey and more.

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WATCH ALL OF TODAY’S SEGMENTS:
News Wrap: Tropical Storm Gordon heads toward Gulf Coast

Journalists who revealed Rohingya massacres sent to prison

What you should know about Brett Kavanaugh’s life and record

Politics Monday: Amy Walter and Tamara Keith on Kavanaugh’s hearings

What Trump’s swipes at federal workers mean for unions

This hurricane tragedy highlights 911-system problems

‘A Terrible Country’ rediscovers Russia and its paradoxes

What French women get right about aging well

How a 3-D printed hand gave this girl the gift of play

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