PBS NewsHour full episode, January 10, 2018
Опубликовано 11 января 2018, 0:51
Wednesday on the NewsHour, rescuers search for survivors as deadly mudslides slam Southern California. Also: Two leading conservatives react to fallout from “Fire and Fury,” a look at bipartisan efforts to protect the next election, Boston tries to protect itself from more extreme flooding, voter rights come into question in Ohio and using cameras to see how urbanization affects animals.
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