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May 19, 2023 - PBS NewsHour full episode

Season 2023 Episode 139 | 57m 46s

Friday on the NewsHour, Congressional leaders hit pause on negotiations to raise the debt limit with time quickly running out to make a deal. President Biden says the U.S. will help train Ukrainians on F-16 fighter jets that allies plan to provide in the fight against Russia. Plus, Syria is welcomed back to an alliance of Arab nations after years of brutal war orchestrated by the Assad regime.

Aired: 05/18/23 | Expires: 06/18/23
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Biden moves to close 'gun show loophole' and expand background checks for gun buyers
U.S. bolsters military ties with Japan and Philippines amid Chinese provocations
Wind-assisted vessels could make commercial shipping climate-friendly
Why right-wing Republicans are blocking the reauthorization of FISA
How O.J. Simpson's murder trial exposed a stark racial fissure in America
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