PBS NewsHour full episode, April 26, 2023
Wednesday on the NewsHour, House Republicans push forward on a debt ceiling bill that could kick start negotiations over government funding. President Biden honors South Korea’s leader with a state visit, attempting to strengthen ties amid increasing uncertainty in Asia. Plus, we take a road trip testing the gap between demand for electric vehicles and the supply of charging stations.
WATCH TODAY’S SEGMENTS:
GOP passes McCarthy’s debt ceiling bill by narrow margin
News Wrap: E. Jean Carroll testifies saying Trump raped her
U.S., South Korea sign nuclear weapons agreement
Asa Hutchinson launches run for GOP presidential nomination
Proud Boys’ seditious conspiracy trial in hands of jury
Can charging network keep up with electric vehicle demand?
Montana GOP bars trans lawmaker from House floor
New doctors prepare to tackle rural healthcare shortage
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