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May 5, 2023 - PBS NewsHour full episode

Season 2023 Episode 125 | 57m 46s

Friday on the NewsHour, the latest jobs report shows another month of strong employment growth but many Americans are still choosing the gig economy over permanent jobs. New revelations about payments made to Justice Clarence Thomas' wife raise more ethical questions about the Supreme Court. Plus, the so-called Godfather of AI speaks out about the dangers the technologies pose to our society.

Aired: 05/04/23 | Expires: 06/04/23
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Extras
What to expect when Trump's 1st criminal trial begins Monday
News Wrap: House approves reauthorization of FISA for 2 years
Israel awaits possible retaliatory attack from Iran and proxy forces
Brooks and Marcus on how abortion restrictions could motivate voters in November
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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How O.J. Simpson's murder trial exposed a stark racial fissure in America