PBS NewsHour full episode, Feb. 24, 2023

Friday on the NewsHour, with renewed resolve, Ukraine marks one year of defending its territory from Russia’s invasion. Rebuilding after the devastating earthquake that struck Turkey and Syria is hampered by a lack of resources and the sheer scale of destruction. Plus, a lawsuit from Malcolm X’s family could provide answers about who was responsible for his assassination nearly six decades ago.

Zelenskyy delivers call for Ukrainians to stay resilient

News Wrap: 54 dead from heavy rain in Brazil

Earthquake recovery hampered by sheer scale of destruction

Lawsuit may provide answers about Malcolm X’s assassination

McCarthy criticized for giving Carlson Jan. 6 videos

Brooks and Capehart on Fox’s access to Jan. 6 video

Ukrainian ballet dancers serve as cultural ambassadors

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00:00 – Introduction
02:44 – One Year On
17:39 – News Wrap
21:50 – Deadly Quake
27:22 – The Death of Malcolm X
31:12 – January 6 Tapes
34:58 – Brooks and Capehart
46:26 – Ukrainian ballet dancers serve as cultural ambassadors