PBS NewsHour full episode, November 10, 2022

Thursday on the NewsHour, election officials continue to tally ballots as Americans await the results of tight races that could decide control of Congress. Russian forces withdraw troops and evacuate civilians out of the Kherson region as Ukrainian forces cautiously advance, fearing a trap. Plus, recently released prisoners find themselves cut off from aid in the aftermath of Hurricane Ian.

WATCH TODAY’S SEGMENTS:
Midterm races undecided with control of Congress on the line

News Wrap: Hurricane Nicole hits Florida’s east coast

Republican ousts Democratic House leader in New York

Nevada Senate race remains close as vote count goes on

How abortion rights swayed results in the midterm election

Ukrainian forces advance into Kherson as Russians retreat

Formerly incarcerated cut off from aid after Hurricane Ian

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00:00 – Intro
02:16 – Midterm races undecided with control of Congress on the line
10:17 – News Wrap
15:19 – Republican ousts Democratic House leader in New York
23:23 – Nevada Senate race remains close as vote count goes on
28:45 – How abortion rights swayed results in the midterm election
34:37 – Russian Invasion
46:50 – After the Storm