PBS NewsHour full episode, June 26, 2023

Monday on the NewsHour, Russia tries to project a sense of order after a short-lived mutiny exposes instability and raises questions about Vladimir Putin’s future. A dangerous heat wave plagues Texas as the worsening effects of climate change become clearer. Plus, we examine the first year of a high school African American studies program that’s been praised by some and fiercely opposed by others.

What’s next for Putin’s regime after revolt in Russia?

How attempted Russian rebellion could affect war in Ukraine

News Wrap: Colorado LGBTQ+ club killer sentenced to life

Dangerous heat wave plagues southern U.S.

Biden lays out plan to expand high-speed internet access

Retailers pull back Pride plans after conservative backlash

Examining the AP African American studies course

Critics share the must-see films of the summer movie season

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00:00 – Introduction
02:05 – Russian Mutiny
15:25 – News Wrap
21:58 – Heat Wave
26:41 – Getting Connected
31:11 – Backlash
38:41 – African American Studies
46:20 – Summer Movies

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