PBS NewsHour full episode, March 1, 2023

Wednesday on the NewsHour, an intelligence report refutes one possible cause of the mysterious Havana Syndrome that sickened American diplomats. Chicago voters oust Mayor Lori Lightfoot in an election where crime was a top issue. Plus, scientists researching the aftermath of wildfires add to the evidence that climate change is accelerating the risk of disease spreading from animals to humans.

‘Very unlikely’ adversary caused Havana Syndrome, U.S. says

News Wrap: Chicago voters oust mayor with crime a top issue

Parents concerned as new laws target transgender children

Climate change and the risk of spreading diseases

Pharmaceutical giant slashes insulin prices after pressure

Ruling party candidate wins Nigeria’s presidency

Monastery invests in craftsmanship by expanding its hand-crafted pipe organ

Arizona Republican turns to art after political career ends

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