PBS NewsHour full episode, April 24, 2023

Monday on the NewsHour, how Tucker Carlson became a leading voice for the far-right and what his departure from Fox means for media and the Republican party. Foreign governments scramble to evacuate their citizens from Sudan as fighting intensifies between the army and paramilitary forces. Plus, Arkansas’s Republican lieutenant governor weighs in on the debate over access to abortion medication.

Correction: The word synagogue was misspelled in a graphic during this broadcast’s news summary. We regret the error.

Carlson’s departure and the future of Fox and the GOP

News Wrap: Closing arguments begin in Proud Boys trial

Nations evacuate citizens from Sudan as fighting intensifies

Arkansas Lt. Gov. weighs in on abortion medication debate

Tamara Keith and Amy Walter on the abortion access debate

The top library books people tried to ban last year

A Brief But Spectacular take on restoring dignity

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00:00 – Introduction
02:44 – Out
11:54 – News Wrap
17:22 – Sudan in Crisis
28:52 – After Roe
35:19 – Politics Monday
44:31 – Banning Books
51:22 – Brief But Spectacular

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