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PBS NewsHour full episode Aug. 8, 2017

Season 2017 Episode 1127 | 55m 15s

Tuesday on the NewsHour, President Trump ramps up the rhetoric after new reports suggest North Korea is making missile-ready nuclear weapons. Also: A government report details current effects of climate change, Kenyans head to the polls, the opioid epidemic is personal for Nashville's mayor, the Education Department's changing approach to campus assaults and a novel upends traditional narrative.

Aired: 08/07/17 | Expires: 09/07/17
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