September 21, 2022 - PBS NewsHour full episode

57m 46s

September 21, 2022 - PBS NewsHour full episode

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  • Details of New York AG's lawsuit against Trump and children: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    Details of New York AG's lawsuit against Trump and children

    S2022 E267 - 8m 12s

    New York state sued former President Trump, his three eldest children and his company alleging business fraud. The civil lawsuit claims they inflated Trump's net worth by billions of dollars by exaggerating the value of his key real estate properties. New York Attorney General Letitia James announced the lawsuit in Manhattan. John Yang reports on the latest development in Trump’s legal battles.

  • Biden asks leaders to counter Russian invasion of Ukraine: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    Biden asks leaders to counter Russian invasion of Ukraine

    S2022 E267 - 7m 18s

    In the largest escalation of the war in Ukraine since Russia invaded, President Vladimir Putin announced a partial mobilization of reservists. Moscow vows to send 300,000 additional troops into Ukraine and support sham referenda in Ukrainian territory that Russian troops currently occupy. President Biden and the world is responding at the United Nations General Assembly. Nick Schifrin reports.

  • News Wrap: House votes on reform to electoral vote count: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    News Wrap: House votes on reform to electoral vote count

    S2022 E267 - 4m 1s

    In our news wrap Wednesday, the House approved a bill to block future attempts at subverting presidential elections and close loopholes in the law, medical workers struggled to contain malaria outbreaks as mosquitoes breed in the wake of flooding in Pakistan and Phoenix Suns and Mercury owner Robert Sarver announced he's selling both teams after allegations of racist and anti-female speech.

  • Fed raises interest rates again to combat inflation: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    Fed raises interest rates again to combat inflation

    S2022 E267 - 4m 51s

    The Federal Reserve raised interest rates once again, adding to the sharpest series of hikes since the 1980s. So far, the Fed has increased rates by three points this year and Chair Jerome Powell says there's more to come. Other countries are following suit, posing more risks. Economics correspondent Paul Solman reports.

  • Poland President Duda on war in Ukraine, Russia's threats: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    Poland President Duda on war in Ukraine, Russia's threats

    S2022 E267 - 8m 42s

    Ukraine's largest neighbor on its western border is Poland, a NATO and European Union member that has its own long and violent history with Russia. Judy Woodruff sat down in New York with Poland's president, Andrzej Duda, as Vladimir Putin looks to accelerate the war and makes overt threats of nuclear weaponry.

  • Putin doubles down, sending 300,000 more troops to Ukraine: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    Putin doubles down, sending 300,000 more troops to Ukraine

    S2022 E267 - 6m 42s

    In a rare television address to his nation, Russian President Vladimir Putin doubled down on his war in Ukraine and ordered Russia's first mobilization since World War II. He's calling up hundreds of thousands of reserves and retired fighters. Putin said more manpower is needed to win a war not just against Ukraine, but against its western backers. Nataliya Bugayova joined Amna Nawaz to discuss.

  • Puerto Rico begins recovery after Hurricane Fiona: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    Puerto Rico begins recovery after Hurricane Fiona

    S2022 E267 - 4m 18s

    Hurricane Fiona is expected to hit Bermuda hard as a Category 4 storm. But when it saturated Puerto Rico earlier this week, it did plenty of damage as a Category 1 storm and set back the modest progress made in the five years since Hurricane Maria. William Brangham reports on the impact the storm has had on communities across the island.

  • Texas sheriff investigating Florida flying migrants to Mass.: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    Texas sheriff investigating Florida flying migrants to Mass.

    S2022 E267 - 6m 27s

    Outrage over Florida Governor Ron Desantis' decision to fly dozens of migrants to Martha's Vineyard last week has led to legal battles. Investigators in Texas say they believe the migrants were lured under false pretenses into boarding charter planes that left San Antonio and eventually arrived in Massachusetts. Javier Salazar, the Texas sheriff leading the inquiry, joined Stephanie Sy to discuss.

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