PBS NewsHour full episode November 7, 2019
- Published on Nov 8, 2019
- Correction: In an earlier version of the DNA detective segment, we said Brian Dripps was charged and convicted for the murder of Angie Dodge. He has been charged, but not convicted. His trial is set for June 2021. NewsHour regrets the error.
Thursday on the NewsHour, how far did President Trump’s personal attorney, Rudy Giuliani, go to circumvent normal U.S. diplomatic channels with Ukraine? Plus: Saudi Arabia uses Twitter to target dissent, California fire fallout for utility PG&E, the latest on the health care marketplace, privacy issues around DNA testing, toxic pollution over India and Jane Fonda’s climate change crusade.
WATCH TODAY’S SEGMENTS:
News Wrap: Judge orders Trump Foundation to pay $2 million
What George Kent said about Rudy Giuliani--and Hunter Biden
Did Saudi Arabia use Twitter to target U.S. dissidents?
The mayor of San Jose on why PG&E should be customer owned
Why the share of Americans without health coverage is rising
Do at-home DNA tests jeopardize other people's privacy?
What's behind extreme air pollution in India
Jane Fonda puts herself on the line to fight climate change
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