PBS NewsHour full episode, Oct. 12, 2022

Wednesday on the NewsHour, conspiracy theorist Alex Jones is ordered to pay nearly $1 billion in damages for defamation. The United States reevaluates its relationship with Saudi Arabia over a cut in oil production that’s pushing up gas prices. Plus, President Biden’s student loan forgiveness plan faces an uncertain future amid legal challenges.

WATCH TODAY’S SEGMENTS:
News Wrap: Parkland jury deliberates Cruz sentence

Alex Jones ordered to pay Sandy Hook families $1 billion

U.S. reevaluates Saudi relationship over oil production cut

Lawmakers push to block arms sales to Saudi Arabia

Biden’s student loan forgiveness faces legal challenge

Analyzing key races that could decide control of the House

First-time voters on their hopes for the country’s future

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00:00 – Introduction
02:39 – News Wrap
07:39 – Verdict
13:23 – U.S. reevaluates Saudi relationship over oil production cut
17:14 – Lawmakers push to block arms sales to Saudi Arabia
25:26 – Rethinking College
32:19 – Analyzing key races that could decide control of the House
41:48 – First-time voters on their hopes for the country’s future