PBS NewsHour full episode, Feb. 2, 2023

Thursday on the NewsHour, the U.S. makes a deal to boost its military presence in the Philippines to counteract China’s increasing aggression. Ukraine’s top prosecutor builds a war crimes case against Russia as the devastating invasion grinds on. Plus, Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg discusses efforts to reverse a dramatic rise in pedestrian deaths.

News Wrap: 10 dead as winter storm sweeps South

U.S. expands presence in Philippines to counteract China

Ukraine builds war crimes case against Russia

Pedestrian deaths in U.S. reach highest level in 40 years

Rep. Chip Roy on the agenda of the GOP’s House majority

Democratic Party to vote on rearranging primary calendar

Ben Platt and Noah Galvin discuss their film ‘Theater Camp’

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00:00 – Intro
02:09 – News Wrap
07:54 – Confronting China
12:41 – Crimes of War
20:00 – Road Safety
20:08 – GOP Agenda
37:16 – Calendar Shake-Up
46:27 – “Theater Camp”