PBS NewsHour full episode, July 9, 2021

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Friday on the NewsHour, new details about the assassination of Haiti's president raise big questions about who killed Jovenel Moïse and who will succeed him. Then, a critical vote in the U.N, Security Council decides the fate of Syria's last humanitarian lifeline. David Brooks and Karen Tumulty examine the week in politics, and how this year's Scripps National Spelling Bee winner made history.

WATCH TODAY’S SEGMENTS
News Wrap: Vaccinated teachers, students can ditch masks 
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Exploring Jovenel Moïse's assassination and Haiti's future
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Missouri hospitals strain to care for unvaccinated patients
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UN to keep sole humanitarian border crossing to Syria open
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How the U.S. needs to plan for increasingly common heatwaves
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What is an earmark? Examining the congressional provision
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Brooks and Tumulty on earmarks, Afghanistan withdrawal
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National Spelling Bee winner is also a basketball prodigy
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