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PBS NewsHour full episode September 17, 2015

Season 2015 Episode 2600 | 54m 21s

Thursday on the NewsHour, what the Fed’s decision on interest rates means for the economy. Also: highlights from the second Republican debate, General Motors reaches a settlement over faulty ignition switches, making sense of Pope Francis’ capitalism critique, an American-trained soldier now a leader for the Islamic State, how body cameras change policing and a teen inventor gets arrested.

Aired: 09/16/15 | Expires: 10/17/15
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