PBS NewsHour full episode, Oct. 11, 2022

Tuesday on the NewsHour, deadly Russian missile strikes across Ukraine heighten concerns about the Kremlin’s next moves in its escalating war. American families are forced to make tough choices as the cost of food rises. We explore what’s behind the spiking prices. Plus, pressure mounts on Los Angeles city leaders following the leaked audio of racist remarks.

News Wrap: Biden reevaluating relations with Saudi Arabia

Missile strikes heighten concerns of Russia escalating war

The major factors driving up the cost of food

LA city leaders criticized after racist remarks revealed

Increasing ties between Christianity, right-wing nationalism

Charlayne Hunter-Gault’s new book looks back on her career
A Brief But Spectacular take on being a professional fighter

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00:00 – Introduction
02:30 – News Wrap
09:33 – Russian Invasion
22:14 – Rising Prices
29:20 – Racial Divide
35:49 – Christian Nationalism
43:12 – My People
51:00 – Brief but Spectacular