PBS NewsHour full episode, July 4, 2022



Monday on the NewsHour, at least six were killed and dozens wounded after a gunman targets a July Fourth parade north of Chicago. Then, high gas prices and canceled flights cause headaches for Americans getting away for the holiday weekend. Plus, we examine the rapid transformation of the Supreme Court and what this year’s monumental rulings tell us about the new conservative majority.

WATCH TODAY’S SEGMENTS:
What we know about the Highland Park mass shooting

News Wrap: Akron on edge after police kill unarmed Black man

Gas prices and canceled flights create holiday headaches

What to expect next after the Supreme Court’s historic term

Tamara Keith and Amy Walter on divisions in America

Students suffer education issues from COVID school closures

Baratunde Thurston on his new PBS series ‘America Outdoors’

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00:00 – Introduction
02:54 – Parade Mass Shooting
09:02 – News Wrap
14:36 – Travel Woes
23:53 – Historic Term
32:45 – Politics Monday
40:36 – Learning Loss
50:33 – America Outdoors

Originally published at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hZfLH_O5h0Q

This news story originally appeared at United States Archives - Social Gov on 27 July 2022

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