PBS NewsHour full episode, Feb. 27, 2023

Monday on the NewsHour, hundreds more troops are deployed to the West Bank after a new wave of violence between Palestinians and Israelis. Crime is the top issue for many voters in Chicago’s mayoral race, setting up a tough reelection bid for incumbent Lori Lightfoot. Plus, an Alabama artist works to correct the historical narrative around the beginnings of gynecology.

News Wrap: Storm system brings blizzard to California

Renewed wave of violence breaks out in West Bank

Crime top issue for many voters in Chicago’s mayoral race

Government to crack down on companies exploiting child labor

Rise of sports betting brings concerns about its promotion

Artist works to correct narrative of gynecology’s beginnings

Author and Nobel Prize Laureate Annie Ernaux on her genre-bending work

A Brief But Spectacular take on the power of a name

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00:00 – Introduction
02:21 – News Wrap
06:35 – Mideast Violence
12:41 – Crime & Politics
19:46 – Child Labor
26:44 – Game On
35:07 – Mothers of Gynecology
44:20 – Nobel Laureate
51:05 – Brief But Spectacular