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HomeVideoPBS NewsHour full episode, May 17, 2022

PBS NewsHour full episode, May 17, 2022

Tuesday on the NewsHour, President Biden grieves with families of those killed in the mass shooting in Buffalo, calling out the attack as terrorism inspired by the “poison” of white supremacy. Then, Ukrainian fighters leave a steel plant in the city of Mariupol. Also, Russia’s invasion of Ukraine threatens its decades-long partnership with NASA and the future of the International Space Station.

In Buffalo, Biden condemns ‘poison’ of white supremacy

News Wrap: FDA approves Pfizer’s COVID booster for kids

Observers eye Trump endorsements in key primary races

Ukrainian fighters leave Mariupol steel plant

Grappling with grief as U.S. COVID deaths surpass 1 million

Russia’s war in Ukraine imperils partnership with NASA

Why the GOP has a history of attracting populist views

How stereotypes of Asian Americans can affect mental health

Remembering the victims of the mass shooting in Buffalo

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