PBS NewsHour full episode, March 31, 2022
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Thursday on the NewsHour, Russia repositions some troops but increases attacks in the Ukraine’s south as civilians resort to desperate attempts to evacuate from the war zone. Then, President Biden announces plans to release 1 million barrels from the nation’s Strategic Petroleum Reserve in an effort to lower gas prices. Also, we discuss the latest on the Jan. 6 probe with Rep. Zoe Lofgren.
Russia shifts war tactics amid stiff Ukrainian resistance
Civilians resort to desperate attempts to flee war zone
News Wrap: Severe storms leave damages across the Deep South
Biden taps U.S. oil reserves to counter rising gas prices
How sanctions on Russia could reshape the global economy
Transgender community marks a day of visibility
Rep. Zoe Lofgren on the Jan. 6 investigation
Slapping incident at Oscars sparks difficult conversations
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