Friday on the NewsHour, a devastating weather system takes several lives, leaving a path of destruction across the U.S. south. Georgia enacts new legislation that critics say rolls back access to the ballot box. Also, how Trump-era sanctions failed to stall Tehran’s nuclear ambitions, hitting average citizens the hardest. And Brooks and Capehart weigh in on this week in politics.
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Six dead, thousands displaced after tornadoes batter south
News Wrap: Chaos grows as efforts to clear Suez Canal fail
Outcry mounts over Georgia’s new elections law
Immigrant families in limbo as Biden immigration bill fails
Could a new nuclear deal stem inflation, unrest in Iran?
Brooks and Capehart on voting and gun violence legislation
Remembering five beautiful souls lost to COVID-19
One monastery shows how faith and science can work together
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