PBS NewsHour full episode, April 17, 2023

Monday on the NewsHour, communities search for answers in the wake of multiple shootings killing and wounding teenagers in recent days. Civilians are caught in the crossfire as Sudan’s army and rival forces battle for control. Plus, after being released from prison during the pandemic, a Florida man faces being forced to return to life behind bars.

Four dead in shooting at birthday party in Alabama

News Wrap: GOP plan raises debt ceiling with spending cap

Rival factions in brutal battle for control of Sudan

GOP targets DA bringing criminal charges against Trump

Russian opposition leader jailed for denouncing Ukraine war

Crosley Green returns to prison after conviction reinstated

‘Saving Time’ gives fresh perspective on the meaning of time

A Brief But Spectacular take on the future of CRISPR

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00:00 – Intro
02:38 – Guns in America
08:29 – News Wrap
13:25 – Sudan in Crisis
21:33 – Republican Roadshow
28:53 – Cost of Dissent
36:32 – Searching for Justice
46:33 – NewsHour Bookshelf
51:16 – Brief But Spectacular

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