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PBS NewsHour full episode, April 29, 2022

Friday on the NewsHour, as Ukrainian forces hold off Russian advances Western allies coordinate a massive effort to arm Ukraine. Then, Los Angeles reflects on the uprising that followed the brutal police beating of Rodney King and its impact on policing. Also, David Brooks and Jonathan Capehart weigh in on new polling that shows Democrats losing ground to Republicans before the midterm elections.

WATCH TODAY’S SEGMENTS:
In Ukraine’s east, the relentless roar of Russian artillery

Heavy casualties and low morale in Russia’s war effort

News Wrap: Wall Street rout ends month marked by losses

Antisemitic incidents hit record high last year in the U.S.

LA police reform elusive decades after Rodney King’s beating

New polling suggests a struggle for Democrats in midterms

Brooks and Capehart on who has the edge in the midterms

New novel imagines how memories can be accessed, reviewed

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00:00 – Introduction
02:42 – In Ukraine’s east, the relentless roar of Russian artillery
06:18 – Heavy casualties and low morale in Russia’s war effort
11:28 – News Wrap
16:09 – Antisemitism in America
21:33 – 30 Years Later
29:56 – Political Divides
39:42 – Brooks & Capehart
48:45 – The Candy House