PBS NewsHour full episode, May 2, 2023

Tuesday on the NewsHour, negotiations over government funding grow increasingly urgent after the Treasury says the U.S. could hit its debt limit in less than a month. Multiple reports of questionable financial dealings prompt a Senate probe into Supreme Court ethics. Plus, the new head of the World Food Programme discusses the worsening hunger crisis and widespread displacement in Somalia.

Debt negotiations become urgent as limit could hit in weeks

News Wrap: Former officer convicted in George Floyd case

Senate holds hearing on Supreme Court ethics

Cindy McCain on new role as head of UN World Food Programme

Parts of Mississippi River seeing worst flooding in decades

Surgeon General discusses the health risks of loneliness

New initiative aims to boost graduation rates at HBCUs

A Brief But Spectacular take on finding hope

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00:00 – Introduction
03:00 – High Stakes
11:14 – News Wrap
16:22 – High Court Ethics
24:58 – Feeding the World
31:59 – Mississippi Rising
35:34 – Loneliness Epidemic
43:47 – Rethinking College
50:47 – Brief But Spectacular

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