PBS NewsHour full episode, September 15, 2022

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Thursday on the NewsHour, railroad unions agree to a deal on working conditions and operations, avoiding a potentially catastrophic shutdown. Republican governors continue to send migrants to Democratic-led cities. Plus, residents of a small town liberated by Ukrainian forces recount harrowing stories of being caught in the crossfire.

News Wrap: Boil water notice lifted in Jackson, Mississippi

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Republicans governors send more migrants north
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Small Ukrainian town recounts horrors of Russian occupation
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Railroads and unions agree to deal, avoiding shutdown
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More states restrict abortion after Roe v. Wade overturn
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Sen. Portman on his support for same-sex marriage bill
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Calif. may increase allowance given after prison release
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Tennis legend Roger Federer announces retirement
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00:00 – Intro
02:38 – News Wrap
06:54 – Border Battle
14:43 – Russian Invasion
18:47 – Strike Averted
26:11 – After Roe
31:44 – High Stakes
39:18 – Searching for Justice
48:06 – Federer Retires


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