PBS NewsHour

December 4, 2022 - PBS News Weekend full episode

Sunday on PBS News Weekend, we get a preview of this week's Supreme Court hearings on congressional redistricting and a clash between free speech and civil rights. Then, we take a closer look at the movement toward a global agreement on reducing plastic pollution. Plus, how ongoing violence and instability in Haiti is creating chaos in a nation plagued by natural disasters and political turmoil.

News Wrap: Iran may disband morality police amid protests

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In our news wrap Sunday, Iran's state media pushed back on a top official's comment that the country's morality police has been disbanded, Cleveland Browns quarterback Deshaun Watson returned to play after being suspended for allegations of sexual misconduct, a volcanic eruption in Indonesia forced evacuations, and France and England advanced to the World Cup quarterfinals.

Previews + Extras

  • A look ahead at two cases before the Supreme Court this week: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    A look ahead at two cases before the Supreme Court this week

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    The Supreme Court will hear two cases this week — Creative v. Elenis and Moore v. Harper — that have the potential to reshape anti-discrimination laws and the future of federal elections nationwide. John Yang joins Geoff Bennett to discuss.

  • How countries are trying to tackle plastic waste together: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    How countries are trying to tackle plastic waste together

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    This week, representatives from 150 nations are meeting in Uruguay with the goal of dramatically reducing or eliminating all plastic pollution by 2040. Meanwhile, U.S. lawmakers introduced a new bill to help curtail the harmful impacts of plastic waste. Washington Post reporter Michael Birnbaum joins Amna Nawaz to discuss.

  • Violence and instability in Haiti as ongoing crisis deepens: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    Violence and instability in Haiti as ongoing crisis deepens

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    Gripped by gang violence, a new cholera outbreak and widespread shortages of food, water and fuel, the crisis in Haiti has worsened in recent months. Many are calling for international intervention, even as the U.S. continues to deport Haitian migrants back to the island nation. Jacqueline Charles, who covers the Caribbean and Haiti for The Miami Herald, joins Geoff Bennett to discuss the crisis.

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