PBS NewsHour full episode, July 6, 2023

Thursday on the NewsHour, the world records the hottest average temperature ever while raging wildfires highlight the devastating effects of climate change. Facebook’s parent company Meta launches a competitor to Twitter as the two companies’ leaders intensify their rivalry. Plus, Ukrainian mothers go to extreme lengths to rescue their kidnapped children from territory occupied by Russian forces.

Hottest global temperature highlights climate change effects

News Wrap: Russian strikes kill 5 in western Ukraine

Meta launches Twitter competitor as rivalry intensifies

Palestinians in Jenin begin recovery after Israeli operation

Sen Tuberville blocks military nominees over abortion policy

Blood test can identify risk for preeclampsia

Ukrainian mothers take extreme measures to rescue children

Conservationists fight to save Northern Atlantic right whale

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00:00 – Introduction
02:30 – Extreme Heat
08:25 – News Wrap
11:59 – Musk vs. Zuck
17:10 – Senate Roadblocks
23:06 – West Bank Violence
30:37 – Maternal Health
36:06 – Children of War
47:28 – Saving the Whales

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