PBS NewsHour full episode, Oct. 4, 2022

Tuesday on the NewsHour, rescue workers continue searching as the death toll from Hurricane Ian rises and hundreds of thousands remain without power. The Supreme Court hears two redistricting cases with major implications for future elections and the control of Congress. Plus, one university makes a major push for diversity on campus, but without considering race and gender in admissions.

Rescuers search for people still missing after Hurricane Ian

News Wrap: Elon Musk agrees to buy Twitter

Supreme Court hears cases with implications for elections

New book ‘Confidence Man’ details Trump’s rise to prominence

Marc Short on tensions within Republican Party

University pushes for diversity without considering race

Abuse in women’s soccer prompts calls for change

Loretta Lynn, boundary-breaking country icon, dies at 90

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00:00 – Introduction
02:34 – After the Storm
05:47 – News Wrap
10:55 – Voting Rights
21:03 – Confidence Man
29:02 – Political Fallout
36:45 – Rethinking College
44:24 – Abuse of Power
51:00 – Loretta Lynn 1932-2022