September 14, 2022 - PBS NewsHour full episode

57m 46s

September 14, 2022 - PBS NewsHour full episode

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  • Republicans may not get red wave they hoped for in midterms: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    Republicans may not get red wave they hoped for in midterms

    S2022 E260 - 9m 17s

    Historical trends and months of polling previously predicted that Democrats will face trouble in the midterms. But recent data shows that a red wave may not be the tsunami that Republicans were hoping for. Democratic strategist Joel Benenson and Republican pollster Neil Newhouse join Amna Nawaz to discuss what they’re watching ahead of Election Day.

  • News Wrap: Unions, railroads continue negotiations: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    News Wrap: Unions, railroads continue negotiations

    S2022 E260 - 5m 37s

    In our news wrap Wednesday, unions and some of the largest freight railroads are still negotiating with a strike deadline fast approaching, the war in Ukraine has energy costs soaring in Europe with leaders calling for a cap on electric utility revenues and the World Health Organization says the end of the pandemic is in sight with global deaths at the lowest level since March 2020.

  • Ukrainian President visits territory reclaimed from Russia: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    Ukrainian President visits territory reclaimed from Russia

    S2022 E260 - 7m 51s

    The Ukrainian counteroffensive continues at a great pace across the eastern and southern parts of the country. President Zelenskyy and top members of his war council visited troops and the traumatized civilians liberated from Russian rule. It is a time of relief for most, tempered by deprivation and great sadness. Nick Schifrin was there and reports from Balakliya.

  • Trump investigations intensify ahead of midterms: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    Trump investigations intensify ahead of midterms

    S2022 E260 - 6m 51s

    Former President Trump is at the center of several ongoing investigations. From missing classified government documents to influencing 2020 election results, the probes loom over a contentious midterm season. Andrea Bernstein is a reporter covering democracy for Pro-Publica and is a contributing writer to NPR. She joined William Brangham to discuss the developments.

  • Turkey demands extradition of Kurds living in Sweden: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    Turkey demands extradition of Kurds living in Sweden

    S2022 E260 - 8m 13s

    Following elections in Sweden, a right-wing coalition with an anti-immigrant agenda has a narrow enough majority to form a government. The seismic shift in Swedish politics could have serious implications for dozens of Kurds in the country who fear extradition to Turkey. It's also a potential obstacle to the Nordic nation joining NATO. Special correspondent Malcolm Brabant reports.

  • Report shows economic impact of rising sea levels in U.S.: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    Report shows economic impact of rising sea levels in U.S.

    S2022 E260 - 6m 28s

    For years, scientists have warned about the dangerous consequences of climate change, and many dire outcomes are more urgent than most people realize. A new report shows sea-level rise will threaten homes and properties in hundreds of counties along the coast of the United States. As William Brangham reports, it could make many places unlivable and take an enormous economic toll.

  • Teen who killed rapist ordered to pay man's family $150,000: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    Teen who killed rapist ordered to pay man's family $150,000

    S2022 E260 - 7m 33s

    An Iowa court sentenced a teenage victim of sex trafficking to five years probation and ordered her to pay $150,000 to her abuser’s family. The case is underscoring a serious issue of justice where hundreds of victims of sexual abuse and trafficking have faced similar legal consequences. Human trafficking survivor and criminal justice reform advocate Cyntoia Brown-Long joins Amna Nawaz to discuss.

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