PBS NewsHour full episode September 13, 2018


Thursday on the NewsHour, Hurricane Florence bears down with dangerous winds and potentially historic rainfall. Also: President Trump casts doubt on the Hurricane Maria death toll, why the number of migrant children detained in the U.S. is at a record level, the fight to save the Amazon rainforest, Bob Woodward’s new book on the Trump presidency and America 10 years after the economic crash.

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Huge Hurricane Florence threatens to dump historic rainfall

News Wrap: FEMA’s Long denies ‘unethical’ vehicle misuse

How Puerto Rico’s higher hurricane death toll was calculated

Why more unaccompanied minors are being held in detention

Amazon forest guardians fight to prevent ‘tipping point’

Bob Woodward: Trump ‘doesn’t understand the basics’

How the 2008 financial crisis changed the world
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fXkeh8jiMdkBail fund aims to disrupt ‘a two-tier system of justice’

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