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May 11, 2023 - PBS NewsHour full episode

Season 2023 Episode 131 | 57m 46s

Thursday on the NewsHour, border officials prepare for a surge of migrants as the controversial Title 42 immigration restrictions expire. We discussed the issue with Secretary of State Antony Blinken. The EPA proposes new rules that would force power plants to slash carbon emissions. Plus, Ukraine awaits the arrival of American tanks that could be a game-changer in its fight against Russia.

Aired: 05/10/23 | Expires: 06/10/23
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Extras
What to expect when Trump's 1st criminal trial begins Monday
Brooks and Marcus on how abortion restrictions could motivate voters in November
News Wrap: House approves reauthorization of FISA for 2 years
Israel awaits possible retaliatory attack from Iran and proxy forces
Robert MacNeil's colleagues and friends remember his life and legacy
Renowned journalist and NewsHour co-founder Robert MacNeil dies at 93
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Biden moves to close 'gun show loophole' and expand background checks for gun buyers