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PBS NewsHour full episode, March 8, 2023

Wednesday on the NewsHour, the Justice Department issues a scathing rebuke of Louisville police for repeated civil rights violations brought to light after the killing of Breonna Taylor. Then, lawmakers question health and intelligence officials about the origins of COVID. Plus, we continue our series on the deepening divide in America with an examination of how politics became personal identity.

DOJ rebukes Louisville police for civil rights abuses

News Wrap: Russian mercenaries claim control of Bakhmut

Lawmakers question officials on origins of COVID-19

Senate moves to override crime law in nation’s capital

How U.S. politics became intertwined with personal identity

‘Stranger at the Gate’ explores the power of kindness

Museum works to repatriate artifacts looted from West Africa

Aurora borealis gives dazzling display in unusual places

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00:00 – Introduction
02:26 – Abuse of Power
11:31 – News Wrap
15:37 – Global Threats
20:40 – Crime and Politics
26:52 – How U.S. politics became intertwined with personal identity
38:33 – Stranger At The Gate
46:24 – Returning Art
53:13 – Dazzling Display