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PBS NewsHour Weekend full episode Jan. 15, 2017

Season 2017 Episode 150 | 25m 01s

On this episode for Sunday, Jan. 15, breaking down the tradition of using the first 100 days of presidency as a benchmark for future success. Later, the U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency is considering whether it should make kratom, a painkiller and psychoactive drug, illegal and trends from a Pew Research Center survey of 8,000 police. Alison Stewart anchors from New York.

Aired: 01/14/17 | Expires: 02/14/17
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