PBS NewsHour full episode, May 4, 2023

Thursday on the NewsHour, a jury convicts members of the far-right Proud Boys of seditious conspiracy in the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol. New revelations raise complex ethical questions about the Supreme Court. Plus, privacy advocates warn of the risks spyware poses to journalists, activists and government officials, despite a push by the Biden White House to limit its use.

Proud Boys members convicted of seditious conspiracy

News Wrap: Debt limit debate still deadlocked in Congress

GOP megadonor paid tuition of Justice Thomas’ family member

Spyware poses risks to journalists, activists, officials

History, civics test scores reveal students’ shortcomings

India challenged with feeding its people amid climate change

Why a woman forgave the man who shot her decades earlier

Ballerina uses art to express solidarity with Iran protests

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00:00 – Intro
02:41 – Guilty
08:41 – News Wrap
13:42 – High Court Ethics
18:19 – Under Surveillance
25:55 – Falling Behind
32:30 – Feeding India
40:19 – Searching for Justice
50:06 – Artistic Activism

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