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PBS NewsHour full episode Feb. 23, 2015

Season 2015 Episode 540 | 52m 36s

Monday on the NewsHour, communities in Gaza struggle to rebuild after the war between Israel and Hamas. Also: Why more graduates are failing to pay back college debt on time, the week ahead in politics with Amy Walter and Nia Malika-Henderson, a petition to pardon British men convicted for being gay, using music to connect to those with Alzheimer’s and shedding light on China’s tiger trade.

Aired: 02/22/15 | Expires: 03/25/15
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Democratic and Republican strategists on what early primary results mean for Biden, Trump
Supreme Court agrees to decide if Trump is immune from election interference prosecution
Congressional leaders agree on deal to avert government shutdown
Texas music teacher uses mariachi to help students connect with Mexican culture
How governors are working on solutions amid intense political polarization
Yellen discusses state of the economy, importance of aid for Ukraine
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