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September 14, 2023 - PBS NewsHour full episode

Season 2023 Episode 268 | 57m 46s

Thursday on the NewsHour, the flooding in Libya sparks renewed scrutiny of the nation's divided government, as the rising death toll forces officials to bury thousands in mass graves. Hunter Biden is indicted on federal gun charges weeks after a plea deal fell apart. Plus, facing the daunting prospect of trying to detect unexploded mines, Ukraine looks to advanced drones to protect its civilians.

Aired: 09/13/23 | Expires: 10/14/23
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Extras
Why young Americans are pushing for climate change to be taught in schools
How America’s organ transplant system can be improved
What’s behind the growing popularity of Japanese comics and animations in U.S.
News Wrap: Israeli war cabinet member threatens to quit over Gaza strategy
May 18, 2024 - PBS News Weekend full episode
Capehart and Johnson on how the Biden-Trump debates could shape the campaign season
College course examines depiction of drinking in film and its social consequences
What's behind the historic stock market highs and how it relates to the overall economy
News Wrap: Intense storms slam Houston and other parts of the Gulf Coast
New book 'World on the Brink' argues U.S. failing to deter Chinese invasion of Taiwan