PBS NewsHour full episode, October 27, 2022

Thursday on the NewsHour, the risks of political violence and voter intimidation loom over the electoral process. Florida residents face the long process of cleanup and decisions on how or if they will rebuild after Hurricane Ian. Plus, Indigenous communities in Brazil confront challenges to their land and way of life as Brazilians decide whether to reelect incumbent President Jair Bolsonaro.

News Wrap: U.S. GDP grows in third quarter

Risks of political violence loom over midterms

Hurricane victims face decisions on how to rebuild

Russia’s nuclear threats hang over the ongoing war

Brazil’s Indigenous communities confront challenges

Art exhibition uses technology to reveal Vermeer’s secrets

A Brief But Spectacular take on how language is your life

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00:00 – Intro
02:58 – News Wrap
07:34 – Vote 2022
14:08 – After the Storm
25:34 – Nuclear Specter
34:54 – Tug of War
44:58 – Vermeer’s Secrets
51:19 – Brief But Spectacular