PBS NewsHour full episode, Oct. 24, 2022

Monday on the NewsHour, Rishi Sunak is set to become the United Kingdom’s third prime minister this year. National test scores fall dramatically as a result of the COVID pandemic, erasing decades of improvements in students’ math and reading skills. Plus, former prisoners who believed they could legally cast a ballot in Florida are at risk of landing back behind bars.

WATCH TODAY’S SEGMENTS:
Rishi Sunak selected as United Kingdom’s next prime minister

News Wrap: Two victims killed in St. Louis school shooting

‘Nation’s Report Card’ shows steep declines in test scores

Ukraine warns Russia may be plotting dirty bomb attack

China’s president secures third term, consolidates power

Ex-offenders at risk of arrest for voting in Florida

Tamara Keith and Amy Walter on what to watch in final days

Exploring the connection between our brains, moods and music

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00:00 – Introduction
02:49 – New Leader
07:24 – News Wrap
12:13 – The Nation’s Report Card
19:43 – New Threats
27:06 – Power Play
35:02 – Vote 2022
43:35 – Politics Monday
51:27 – Music + Mood