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PBS NewsHour full episode Aug. 30, 2017

Season 2017 Episode 1150 | 51m 55s

Wednesday on the NewsHour, the relentless rains of Harvey move east and a clearer picture emerges of the death and destruction in Houston. Also: The effect of climate change on Hurricane Harvey and political implications of the storm damage, plus the voices that Turkey's president is trying to silence and more.

Aired: 08/29/17 | Expires: 09/29/17
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