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July 4, 2024 - PBS News Hour full episode

Season 2024 Episode 187 | 56m 45s

Thursday on the News Hour, President Biden acknowledges mistakes in last week's debate but insists he will stay in the race. Exit polls in the United Kingdom show voters likely elected a center-left Labour government after 14 years of center-right Conservative rule. Plus, a look back at a Supreme Court term full of consequential and controversial decisions.

Aired: 07/03/24 | Expires: 08/03/24
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