Wednesday on the NewsHour, tensions rise in Asia as the U.S. partners with Australia and the United Kingdom to curb Beijing’s ambitions. Then, U.S. gymnasts testify before Congress about the FBI’s botched investigation of sexually abusive doctor, Larry Nassar. And, the U.S. struggles to contain the flow of the high-powered opioid fentanyl across the southern border amid a raging addiction crisis.
WATCH TODAY’S SEGMENTS:
How U.S., UK and Australia plan to counter China together
News Wrap: Afghan women’s soccer team escape to Pakistan
4 gymnasts reveal how FBI ‘betrayed’ them, ‘enabled’ Nassar
Trump may be losing popularity, but is ‘Trumpism?’
How smugglers move fentanyl over the southern border
Can understanding business strategy help you parent better?
Rita Dove’s plea for unity in ‘Playlist for the Apocalypse’
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