PBS NewsHour full episode September 12, 2018


Wednesday on the NewsHour, Hurricane Florence has millions of people across the Southeastern U.S. asking where the storm will go. Also: How abortion politics are playing out in Missouri’s closely watched Senate race, why the FDA is cracking down on an “epidemic” of teen vaping, and transcending racial divides through an interfaith effort.

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