November 23, 2021 - PBS NewsHour full episode

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November 23, 2021 - PBS NewsHour full episode

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  • How tapping strategic oil reserve will affect U.S. gas costs: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    How tapping strategic oil reserve will affect U.S. gas costs

    S2021 E327 - 8m 42s

    President Joe Biden is tapping an emergency stockpile of oil to stem a rising tide of energy prices. His order Tuesday draws 50 million barrels of crude oil from the nation's Strategic Petroleum Reserve. William Brangham begins the report, and Judy Woodruff speaks to Bob McNally of Rapidan Energy Group for how The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries could react and more.

  • Why Russia may end its 'unstable ceasefire' with Ukraine: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    Why Russia may end its 'unstable ceasefire' with Ukraine

    S2021 E327 - 7m 22s

    American and European officials are growing increasingly alarmed by a Russian military build up of more than 100,000 troops along the border with Ukraine. The region has been a flashpoint since 2014, when Russia invaded and annexed Crimea, and supported separatists in two provinces of eastern Ukraine. John Yang reports on concerns that a full-scale Russian military invasion may be on the horizon.

  • How some school districts are coping with staff shortages: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    How some school districts are coping with staff shortages

    S2021 E327 - 8m 43s

    Public schools across the U.S. are taking a break for Thanksgiving after a more traditional fall semester that saw students largely back in their classes in person. But many teachers and staff did not return this year, causing a shortage of teachers, substitutes, bus drivers, custodians and more. In some cases, it's even led to virtual classes. PBS NewsHour's Student Reporting Labs team reports.

  • Vaccinating minority communities remains a challenge: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    Vaccinating minority communities remains a challenge

    S2021 E327 - 6m 55s

    Since the Food and Drug Administration granted emergency authorization of the Pfizer COVID vaccine for children ages 5 to 11, more than two million children have been vaccinated. Public health officials are highlighting the importance of providing vaccines to low income and minority communities that have been hit hardest by COVID. Stephanie Sy visited one of those communities in Phoenix, Arizona.

  • News Wrap: Jury begins deliberating in Ahmaud Arbery trial: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    News Wrap: Jury begins deliberating in Ahmaud Arbery trial

    S2021 E327 - 5m 19s

    In our news wrap Tuesday, jury deliberations began in Brunswick, Georgia, in the trial of the three men accused of murdering Ahmaud Arbery last year. A Black Kansas City man, Kevin Strickland, was exonerated of three murders, and released after 43 years behind bars. A federal jury in Cleveland has found three retail pharmacy giants, CVS, Walgreens and Walmart, liable in the opioid epidemic.

  • New HBO documentary highlights plight of missing Black women: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    New HBO documentary highlights plight of missing Black women

    S2021 E327 - 8m 10s

    A third of the almost 300,000 U.S. girls and women reported missing in 2020 were Black. That's according to the National Crime Information Center. Yet those cases are often marginalized or ignored by law enforcement and national media. Now, a four-part documentary series on HBO follows the lives of two women working to bring awareness to these cases. Amna Nawaz has the story.

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