PBS NewsHour full episode, Nov. 11, 2022

Friday on the NewsHour, the vote counting continues for critical House and Senate races that will decide control of Congress. President Biden announces new efforts to cut emissions as vulnerable, low-income nations demand more aid. Plus, David Brooks and Jonathan Capehart weigh in on the red wave that failed to materialize and what it means for former President Trump’s role in the GOP.

WATCH TODAY’S SEGMENTS:
Counting continues in races to decide control of Congress

News Wrap: Ukrainian forces take back city of Kherson

Biden announces new effort to cut emissions

Twitter faces uncertain future under Elon Musk’s ownership

Record number of LGBTQ candidates win in midterms

Brooks and Capehart on midterm results, Trump’s role in GOP

Younger generations preserve Indigenous language in Alaska

Judy Woodruff stepping aside from PBS NewsHour anchor desk

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00:00 – Introduction
02:59 – Vote 2022
11:30 – Climate Talks
17:42 – Twitter Turmoil
24:55 – Making History
34:23 – Brooks & Capehart
48:22 – Saving a Language
52:17 – Judy Woodruff stepping aside from PBS NewsHour anchor desk