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PBS NewsHour full episode, May 11, 2022

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Wednesday on the NewsHour, Congress wrangles over legislation concerning the future of abortion and a critical nomination to the Federal Reserve. Then, Ukrainian forces gain ground around Kharkiv and disrupt a critical gas pipeline as Russian forces bombard Odessa to cut off Western aid. Plus, political inclinations become the leading indicator of inoculation against COVID-19.


News Wrap: Sharp rise in inflation may have hit a peak

U.S. senators go on the record with their stance on abortion

Ukraine claims gains as Sweden, Finland seek to join NATO

Al Jazeera journalist killed in West Bank raid

Report details brutal treatment of Indigenous children

How the partisan divide drove a surge in U.S. COVID deaths

Overdose deaths in the U.S. reach new record levels

A Brief But Spectacular take on documentary filmmaking

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00:00 - Introduction

03:14 - News Wrap

07:57 - The End of Roe?

13:17 - Russian Invasion

18:00 - Violence in the Holy Land

28:22 - Moment of Reckoning

36:53 - 1 Million Lives

45:44 - America Addicted

51:02 - Brief But Spectacular