Saturday on PBS News Weekend, a former FEMA administrator shares lessons learned from this summer’s extreme weather and discusses the future of disaster management. Then, why artificial intelligence is at the center of the ongoing Hollywood strikes. Plus, a look at the rise in young people participating in shooting sports, and the concerns it raises.
WATCH TODAY’S SEGMENTS:
News Wrap: Biden tours Hurricane Idalia aftermath in Florida
The evolving challenges of disaster management in the U.S.
Why AI is a central dispute in the ongoing Hollywood strikes
Why shooting sports are on the rise among young people
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00:00 – Intro
01:53 – News Wrap
04:40 – Emergency Response
11:08 – AI and Hollywood
16:28 – Shooting Sports