PBS NewsHour full episode, Feb. 16, 2023

Thursday on the NewsHour, President Biden says three objects shot down over North America were likely linked to private companies or scientific research. Turkey’s president is under scrutiny for failing to enforce construction standards that could have saved lives. Plus, people living near the Ohio train derailment say they aren’t getting answers about their risk of toxic exposure.

Biden says unidentified objects shot down not spy balloons

News Wrap: Grand jury recommends charges in election case

Turkey’s president faces scrutiny for construction standards

People near train derailment frustrated about toxic exposure

People with long COVID explain how it changed their lives

The challenge of dealing with mental illness in public

‘Half American’ details struggle of Black soldiers in WWII

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00:00 – Intro
02:09 – Up in the Air
07:08 – News Wrap
12:43 – Deadly Quake
21:26 – Toxic Crash
29:53 – Long COVID
40:26 – Coping with Depression
47:51 – NewsHour Bookshelf