PBS NewsHour full episode, Feb. 7, 2023
Tuesday on the NewsHour, desperate rescue efforts continue in Turkey and Syria as the earthquake death toll rises by thousands. President Biden prepares to deliver the annual State of the Union Address and potentially signal his reelection campaign. Plus, federal authorities foil an attempt by racially-motivated extremists to use assault weapons to bring down Baltimore’s electrical grid.
WATCH TODAY’S SEGMENTS:
Earthquake death toll rises by thousands in Turkey, Syria
News Wrap: China complains about U.S. shooting down balloon
What to expect from Biden’s State of the Union address
S.D. Sen. Thune on what he wants from State of the Union
Biden to outline accomplishments and tout optimism for U.S.
FBI foils plot to bring down Baltimore’s electrical grid
New England and Frederick Douglass’ first steps to freedom
A Brief But Spectacular take on the power of poetry
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00:00 – Introduction
02:45 – Devastating Quake
15:11 – News Wrap
18:54 – State of the Union Address
24:18 – S.D. Sen. Thune on what he wants from State of the Union
32:20 – Biden to outline accomplishments and tout optimism for U.S.
38:25 – Targeting the Grid
44:59 – First Steps to Freedom
51:51 – Brief But Spectacular