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PBS NewsHour full episode, April 11, 2022

Monday on the NewsHour, a miles-long Russian convoy is heading toward eastern Ukraine as civilians desperately try to escape ahead of an expected major military offensive. Then, the U.S. Postal Service gets a reboot with new laws aimed at fixing long-standing budget woes and shipping delays. Also, 50 years after Title IX became law girls are still experiencing discrimination in sports.

WATCH TODAY’S SEGMENTS:
Russia readies for major assault on eastern Ukraine

Residents outside Kyiv process horrors of Russian occupation

UN’s refugee chief on the impact of Ukrainians fleeing war

News Wrap: Philadelphia reinstates indoor mask mandate

Postal Service gets boost to address long-standing issues

After Title IX, girls still face discrimination in sports

Amy Walter and Laura Barrón-López on Biden’s ATF nominee

A Ukrainian novelist on preserving his culture during war

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00:00 – Full Episode
02:41 – Russia readies for major assault on eastern Ukraine
09:40 – Residents outside Kyiv process horrors of Russian occupation
15:21 – UN’s refugee chief on the impact of Ukrainians fleeing war
22:40 – News Wrap
27:36 – Saving the Postal Service
33:16 – Title IX at 50
41:24 – Political Stakes
49:55 – Views From Ukraine