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PBS NewsHour full episode, Oct. 4, 2023

Wednesday on the NewsHour, tens of thousands of Kaiser Permanente employees go on strike to protest staffing shortages, low wages and burnout. The Republican party faces no clear choice for a new leader after Kevin McCarthy was ousted. Plus, we speak with Guatemala’s president-elect as the U.S. warns the current government is interfering with the peaceful transfer of power.

WATCH TODAY’S SEGMENTS:
Largest healthcare worker strike in U.S. history underway

News Wrap: Pope Francis begins meetings on future of church

Republicans face unclear choice for new House speaker

Trump amplifies violent rhetoric against perceived enemies

Biden unveils new student debt forgiveness plan

Guatemalan president-elect on effort to keep him from office

How teenagers’ lack of sleep is harming their mental health

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00:00 – Introduction
02:41 – On Strike
08:33 – News Wrap
12:35 – House Divided
25:01 – Threat Assessment
30:00 – Student Debt
36:51 – Fighting for Democracy
46:08 – Early Warnings