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PBS NewsHour full episode Sept. 16, 2016

Season 2016 Episode 2600 | 2m 14s

Friday on the NewsHour, a shaky Syrian cease-fire is tested as the U.N. attempts to deliver aid to Aleppo. Also: Donald Trump’s appeal in one of Ohio’s Democratic strongholds, the ongoing battle over the Dakota pipeline, Mark Shields and David Brooks on the week’s news, choosing education in computer coding over a college degree and what it means to be a cop in 2016.

Aired: 09/15/16 | Expires: 10/16/16
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