PBS NewsHour full episode, July 3, 2023

Monday on the NewsHour, Israeli forces strike a militant stronghold in the West Bank, the first such attack in nearly 20 years. An exonerated member of the Central Park Five discusses his historic primary win for New York City Council. Plus, the fight over abortion access comes to a head in Ohio as advocates run up against a deadline for a ballot measure that would protect reproductive rights.

Israel launches largest attacks on West Bank in 20 years

News Wrap: Extreme heat stretches from Calif. to Deep South

‘Central Park Five’ member on his historic city council race

Ohio faces votes that could decide abortion access

Lebanon struggles to emerge from economic crisis, corruption

Cases of malaria transmitted in U.S. prompt concerns

Katty Kay discusses book ‘The Power Code’ on women and power

The effort to ban hairstyle discrimination nationwide

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00:00 – Introduction
02:11 – West Bank Violence
09:39 – News Wrap
14:06 – Political Newcomer
20:59 – Abortion on the Ballot
27:21 – Lebanon in Crisis
36:37 – Malaria in the U.S.
43:34 – The Power Code
50:12 – The Crown Act

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