PBS NewsHour full episode September 20, 2018


Thursday on the NewsHour, Christine Blasey Ford’s attorney says she would testify on her claims of sexual assault by Brett Kavanaugh if terms are “fair.” Also: The Trump administration defends its Yemen war policy, focus shifts to environmental hazards in the wake of Hurricane Florence, Jose Andres on food relief for storm victims, the economist who created the “marshmallow test” and more.

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Here’s how the FBI could probe the Kavanaugh allegations

News Wrap: Heavy Florence flooding closes interstates

Eshoo: ‘Wrenching’ for Kavanaugh accuser to repeat her story

Former law clerk: Allegation ‘inconsistent’ with Kavanaugh

Civilian casualties in Yemen trigger questions on U.S. role

Environmentalists say Florence storm waters pose dire threat

When disaster strikes, Jose Andres brings hot food and hope

This researcher taught us how to resist temptation

People reveal things when they ‘feel that you really care’

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