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October 6, 2022 - PBS NewsHour full episode

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October 6, 2022 - PBS NewsHour full episode

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  • Sen. Cory Booker on Pres. Biden's plan to end hunger by 2030: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    Sen. Cory Booker on Pres. Biden's plan to end hunger by 2030

    S2022 E274 - 7m 41s

    President Biden unveiled a series of proposals to try and end hunger by 2030, expand nutritional assistance and reduce obesity. The plan calls for more free school meals, new labels on food and would have the government offer medically tailored meals for those on Medicare. Sen. Cory Booker joined William Brangham to discuss the president's proposal.

  • Hurricane Ian slams Florida's west coast with 150 mph winds: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    Hurricane Ian slams Florida's west coast with 150 mph winds

    S2022 E274 - 7m 7s

    Hurricane Ian blasted ashore Wednesday afternoon near Fort Myers, Florida and the damage is likely to be catastrophic. At landfall, its sustained winds hit 150 mph after pulling power from the gulf's warm waters. John Yang reports.

  • FEMA administrator on federal response to Hurricane Ian: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    FEMA administrator on federal response to Hurricane Ian

    S2022 E274 - 8m 27s

    Hurricane Ian made landfall in Florida on Wednesday bringing fierce winds, heavy rain and storm surges. For the millions of people in the storm’s path, the impact could be catastrophic and life-changing. FEMA Administrator Deanne Criswell joined Amna Nawaz to outline the federal government's response.

  • 'Afterlives' explores colonial rule in East Africa: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    'Afterlives' explores colonial rule in East Africa

    S2022 E274 - 6m 31s

    Abdulrazak Gurnah is receiving worldwide attention after being awarded last year’s Nobel Prize in Literature. His latest novel “Afterlives” is set in colonial East Africa occupied by Germany in the early 20th century. Gurnah writes of individuals caught up in the sweep of history and the impact on their later lives. Jeffrey Brown caught up with him for our arts and culture series, "CANVAS."

  • Hurricane Ian strengthens as it nears Florida landfall: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    Hurricane Ian strengthens as it nears Florida landfall

    S2022 E273 - 6m 39s

    Hurricane Ian is bulking up again and bearing down on Florida’s west coast. It could bring 130 mph winds, 18 inches of rain and a 12-foot storm surge. Acting National Director of the National Hurricane Center Jamie Rhome joined Judy Woodruff to talk about the storm's projected path and the risks ahead.

  • Many in Puerto Rico still without power a week after Fiona: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    Many in Puerto Rico still without power a week after Fiona

    S2022 E273 - 4m 55s

    More than a week after Hurricane Fiona hit, Puerto Rico’s electric utility says two-thirds of its customers’ power has now been restored. But for the hundreds of thousands still in the dark, patience is wearing thin. Laura Barrón-López reports.

  • Tampa mayor on evacuations, preparations ahead of hurricane: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    Tampa mayor on evacuations, preparations ahead of hurricane

    S2022 E273 - 5m 26s

    The city of Tampa is getting ready for Hurricane Ian. Evacuations have been ordered in flood-prone areas as officials warn about a significant storm surge threat. Tampa Mayor Jane Castor joined William Brangham to discuss her city's storm preparations.

  • New funding bill unveiled as government shutdown looms: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    New funding bill unveiled as government shutdown looms

    S2022 E273 - 5m 10s

    A short-term funding bill was unveiled late Monday night as the deadline to fund the federal government fast approaches. Preventing a shutdown is just one of a laundry list of items lawmakers are scrambling to tackle before leaving town for the midterm election season. Congressional correspondent Lisa Desjardins joined Judy Woodruff to discuss the latest.

  • News Wrap: Voting in Russian-held areas of Ukraine concludes: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    News Wrap: Voting in Russian-held areas of Ukraine concludes

    S2022 E273 - 5m 12s

    In our news wrap Tuesday, voting orchestrated by the Kremlin and rejected by most other countries concluded in Russian-occupied regions of Ukraine, natural gas leaks along Russian pipelines in the Baltic Sea trigger questions of possible sabotage and the U.S. Transportation Department gave final approval to build the first nationwide network of electric vehicle charging stations.

  • Schools work to help college transfer students earn degrees: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    Schools work to help college transfer students earn degrees

    S2022 E273 - 8m 38s

    As four-year colleges and universities look for ways to boost enrollment and reach underrepresented students, a growing number are focused on community college transfer students. At some of the nation’s most selective colleges, transfer acceptance rates are now higher than first-year acceptance rates. Special correspondent Hari Sreenivasan reports for our series, "Rethinking College."

  • Moment of Truth helps mother reject conspiracy theories: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    Moment of Truth helps mother reject conspiracy theories

    S2022 E273 - 3m 32s

    Like millions of Americans, Karen Robertson of Iuka, Mississippi believed in conspiracy theories. But one day she had an experience that convinced her to challenge her beliefs. She spoke about that moment with student reporter Makenna Mead of Mississippi Public Broadcasting’s Youth Media Project. Their conversation is part of our Student Reporting Labs series on misinformation, "Moments of Truth."

  • Iran cracks down on protests after death of young woman: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    Iran cracks down on protests after death of young woman

    S2022 E273 - 6m 10s

    Protests mostly led by women are spreading in Iran and around the world. They were sparked by the death of a young woman in the custody of the so-called "morality police." Over the last ten days, images have emerged of women burning their headscarves, cutting off their hair and marching in the thousands, chanting “death to the dictator.” Reza Sayah joined Amna Nawaz to discuss the demonstrations.

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