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PBS NewsHour full episode Oct. 21, 2015

Season 2015 Episode 2940 | 54m 35s

Wednesday on the NewsHour, Vice President Joe Biden opts out of the 2016 race. Also: Paul Ryan’s conditions for a House speaker run, the constant wave of migrants as winter approaches in Europe, calls for fewer arrests for nonviolent offenders, Hillary Clinton prepares for a hearing on Benghazi, searching for the genetic keys to autism and Ellen Bryant Voigt talks about what inspires her poetry.

Aired: 10/20/15 | Expires: 11/20/15
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