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November 26, 2021 - PBS NewsHour full episode

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November 26, 2021 - PBS NewsHour full episode

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  • The quirky ‘Museum of Failure’ celebrates innovation: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    The quirky ‘Museum of Failure’ celebrates innovation

    S2021 E324 - 5m 51s

    Sam West, a psychologist who studies corporate behavior, believes fear of failure is a big obstacle to innovation. He launched an exhibit in Sweden in 2017 showcasing botched products and ideas to celebrate the role failure plays in innovation and progress. NewsHour Weekend Special Correspondent Megan Thompson recently visited The Museum of Failure, which is now on tour in the United States.

  • Does the Rittenhouse acquittal set a precedent?: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    Does the Rittenhouse acquittal set a precedent?

    S2021 E323 - 10m 12s

    Kyle Rittenhouse, the teenager on trial for killing two people and shooting and wounding a third in Kenosha, Wisconsin, was acquitted by a jury Friday on all counts. The now 18-year-old faced five charges, including intentional homicide, reckless endangerment and use of a weapon. NPR correspondent David Schafer and attorney Julius Kim join Judy Woodruff to discuss the case.

  • Child care, climate change and more in Build Back Better Act: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    Child care, climate change and more in Build Back Better Act

    S2021 E323 - 8m 35s

    House Democrats are heading into the weekend with a victory after passing President Joe Biden's Build Back Better legislation Friday morning. Lisa Desjardins reports on the long debate that held up the bill until now, what's in the sweeping legislation, and what its fate may be in the Senate.

  • Here's what you need to know about COVID boosters: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    Here's what you need to know about COVID boosters

    S2021 E323 - 4m 52s

    Starting this weekend, COVID-19 boosters will now be available for any of the three federally approved vaccines. At least 10 states had already made this change as COVID cases rose — climbing by 33 percent in the last two weeks. For the moment, death rates are stable. But the country is still averaging more than 1,100 deaths a day. Stephanie Sy reports.

  • How the exonerated struggle to heal from 'wounds' of prison: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    How the exonerated struggle to heal from 'wounds' of prison

    S2021 E323 - 9m 30s

    People face many challenges after incarceration — from getting healthcare to reconnecting with family. But even for those who have been wrongfully convicted and then freed — those same challenges exist. Ricky Kidd's experience is one such example. Amna Nawaz and producer Frank Carlson report on the issue as part of our series, Searching for Justice.

  • Capehart and Abernathy on Rittenhouse trial, Dem social bill: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    Capehart and Abernathy on Rittenhouse trial, Dem social bill

    S2021 E323 - 12m 30s

    Washington Post columnists Jonathan Capehart and Gary Abernathy join Judy Woodruff to discuss the week in politics, including the verdict in the murder trial of Kyle Rittenhouse, and the passage of the Build Back Better Act in the U.S. House of Representatives.

  • News Wrap: 'Unite the Right' trial jurors begin deliberating: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    News Wrap: 'Unite the Right' trial jurors begin deliberating

    S2021 E323 - 5m 33s

    In our news wrap Friday, jury deliberations began in Virginia in the civil trial of white nationalists at the 2017 "Unite the Right" rally in Charlottesville. Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has agreed to repeal controversial farm laws, after thousands of farmers protested against them over the past year. The Biden administration voiced concerns about leadership at the U.S. Postal Service.

  • News Wrap: Defense rests in Ahmaud Arbery murder trial: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    News Wrap: Defense rests in Ahmaud Arbery murder trial

    S2021 E322 - 5m 27s

    In our news wrap Thursday, the defense has rested in the trial of three men accused of chasing down and murdering Ahmaud Arbery in Georgia. New COVID infections in the U.S. are still accelerating, with average daily cases up nearly 25% in the last two weeks. The jury in the Kyle Rittenhouse murder trial deliberated for a third day in Kenosha, Wisconsin, and went home without reaching a verdict.

  • How the pandemic is affecting U.S. opioid epidemic: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    How the pandemic is affecting U.S. opioid epidemic

    S2021 E322 - 6m 44s

    The nation’s opioid epidemic has never been deadlier. The Centers for Disease Control Prevention says 100,000 people died of drug overdoses over the last year — a 30 percent increase from the year before and an all-time high. As William Brangham reports, these deaths are fueled by the rise of the extremely potent synthetic opioid, fentanyl.

  • Fear and corruption exacerbate Honduras' drug problem: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    Fear and corruption exacerbate Honduras' drug problem

    S2021 E322 - 8m 33s

    Honduras will hold elections in 10 days. While President Juan Orlando Hernandez is not on the ballot, he may soon be in the running for a U.S. federal drug trafficking indictment. As special correspondent Tania Rashid and producer-videographer Neil Brandvold report, the nation is a way station for violent drug cartels, and the first family of Honduras appears to be deeply involved.

  • Why Malcolm X's murder was reevaluated: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    Why Malcolm X's murder was reevaluated

    S2021 E322 - 9m 12s

    A New York judge on Thursday exonerated two men of assassinating Malcolm X. The iconic civil rights figure was gunned down in Manhattan in 1965. Muhammad Aziz and the late Khalil Islam were convicted, and imprisoned until the 1980's. A 22-month review of the convictions by the district attorney's office and lawyers for the two men found they had been wrongfully convicted. John Yang reports.

  • Program offers help to inmates who faced domestic violence: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    Program offers help to inmates who faced domestic violence

    S2021 E322 - 9m

    The number of women behind bars has risen dramatically in the U.S. over the last four decades. Amna Nawaz and producer Lena Jackson examine why so many women in prison are survivors of domestic violence, and why the trauma left behind from those relationships have such devastating consequences. It’s part of our ongoing series, Searching for Justice.

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