Monday on the NewsHour, a community is seeking answers after a shooting at a Lunar New Year celebration left several dead. President Biden is expected to choose a new chief of staff as his administration is mired in the classified documents scandal. Plus, Florida’s governor blocks a new Advanced Placement course on African American studies for high school students.
WATCH TODAY’S SEGMENTS:
Community seeks answers after deadly shooting in California
Can gun safety laws impact frequency of mass shootings?
News Wrap: Poland steps up pressure to send tanks to Ukraine
How a new chief of staff will affect the Biden White House
DeSantis defends blocking African American studies course
Former anti-narcotics chief accused of protecting cartels
Sky Hopinka’s unconventional ways of telling Native stories
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00:00 – Introduction
02:05 – Monterey Park Shooting
16:28 – Can gun safety laws impact frequency of mass shootings?
21:57 – News Wrap
25:31 – Biden Agenda
32:22 – Teaching Black History
40:39 – Drug War Trial
47:11 – Native Filmmaker