PBS NewsHour full episode, April 28, 2023

Friday on the NewsHour, Russia bombards cities across Ukraine, killing numerous civilians as Ukrainian forces prepare for a major counteroffensive. Federal regulators blame management and oversight failures for the bank collapses that are still rippling through the economy. Plus, Los Angeles struggles to provide housing for the tens of thousands of homeless people, including veterans, in the city.

News Wrap: U.S. evacuates Americans citizens from Sudan

Fed blames bank collapse on mismanagement, oversight failure

Russian missile and drone attacks kill civilians in Ukraine

Obstacles prevent homeless veterans from finding housing

Battles over reproductive, transgender rights in states

Brooks and Capehart on the possible Biden-Trump rematch

Judy Blume discusses latest wave of book bans and censorship

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00:00 – Introduction
03:00 – News Wrap
09:13 – Banking Troubles
15:21 – Russian Invasion
21:33 – Homeless in L.A.
30:33 – Divided States of America
36:21 – Brooks & Capehart
46:19 – Judy Blume discusses latest wave of book bans and censorship

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