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June 16, 2023 - PBS NewsHour full episode

Season 2023 Episode 167 | 57m 46s

Friday on the NewsHour, a Department of Justice investigation prompted by the killing of George Floyd finds patterns of abuse within the Minneapolis Police Department. Severe storms rip through the southern U.S., killing several and leaving behind a trail of destruction. Plus, we speak with Miami Mayor Francis Suarez about why he's joining the crowded field of Republican presidential candidates.

Aired: 06/15/23 | Expires: 07/16/23
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News Wrap: House Republicans vote to hold Garland in contempt of Congress
Hezbollah rocket barrage into Israel raises fears about war in the north
Israel and Hamas appear far from cease-fire agreement
Hunter Biden trial highlights experience of Americans struggling with addiction
'The Fall of Roe' looks at players in movement to end abortion and what may be next
How expensive parts on modern cars have driven up repair and insurance costs
Israel-Hamas war reopens old divisions and reveals new ones among Americans
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