PBS NewsHour full episode, Feb. 3, 2023

Friday on the NewsHour, hiring surges nationwide but longer-term trends show more working-age men are dropping out of the labor force. A Chinese surveillance balloon flying over the United States raises tensions in the already strained relationship between the two nations. Plus, Western states that rely on the drought-stricken Colorado River fail to reach an agreement on cutting water consumption.

Hiring surges, trends show men dropping out of labor force

Chinese surveillance balloon over U.S. raises tensions

News Wrap: Northeast may see coldest weather in decades

House committee leaders discuss U.S.-China tensions

States fail to reach agreement on cutting water consumption

Centers created along border of state banning abortion

Brooks and Capehart on the 2024 race for the White House

Global music fest helps musicians reach larger audiences

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00:00 – Introduction
02:52 – Finding Work
09:37 – Rising Tensions
13:06 – News Wrap
16:55 – Confronting China
26:38 – Running Dry
32:10 – After Roe
36:20 – Brooks & Capehart
46:57 – Globalfest