PBS NewsHour full episode, March 2, 2023

Thursday on the NewsHour, the U.S. Secretary of State meets his Russian counterpart for the first time since the start of the war in Ukraine. Memphis residents question the best path forward for their community after the killing of Tyre Nichols by city police. Plus, librarians in Louisiana find themselves at odds with conservative activists trying to ban books.

News Wrap: Battle for Bakhmut rages on in ruined city

Blinken face-to-face with Russian counterpart at G20 summit

Memphis questions path forward after Tyre Nichols death

Librarians in Louisiana at odds with activists banning books

Artificial intelligence raises questions about future of art

New FDA guidelines on plant-based milk spark disagreement

Ukrainian conductor reflects on war, life as a refugee

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00:00 – Intro
02:15 – News Wrap
06:23 – Global Tensions
16:29 – Path Forward
22:41 – Banning Books
28:03 – A.I. Art
36:41 – Milk Wars
42:30 – Rebuilding Pakistan
49:20 – Planting New Roots

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