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PBS NewsHour full episode, Nov. 28, 2023

Tuesday on the NewsHour, the extended ceasefire in the Middle East allows more hostages to be released while the U.S. pushes Israel to avoid displacing more civilians in Gaza once fighting resumes. A group of women sues Texas for its abortion law’s lack of exceptions for pregnancy complications. Plus, what’s making nurses especially susceptible to burnout and the risks to patient health.

WATCH TODAY’S SEGMENTS:
Negotiations continue to extend cease-fire, hostage release

News Wrap: Hunter Biden offers to testify before Congress

Women sue Texas over abortion law’s medical exemptions

Rosalynn Carter remembered for faith, service and duty

What makes nurses vulnerable to burnout

Kentucky program amplifies unheard voices through publishing

A Brief But Spectacular take on nourishing the body and soul

Why cricket is having a resurgence in popularity in America

Indigenous remains returned 120 years after graves looted

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00:00 – Introduction
02:44 – Hostage Deal
09:15 – News Wrap
12:17 – After Roe
19:17 – Rosalynn Carter 1927-2023
23:43 – Critical Care
32:05 – The Power of Writing
39:44 – Brief but Spectacular
43:25 – Play Ball
50:17 – Sacred Return