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PBS NewsHour full episode, Sept. 28, 2022

Wednesday on the NewsHour, Hurricane Ian slams into Florida with fierce winds and storm surges. As more mass graves are found in newly liberated parts of Ukraine, a U.N. investigator outlines the evidence he’s gathered of Russian war crimes. Plus, firefighters battle to save their own lives after years of being exposed to dangerous chemicals on the job.

WATCH TODAY’S SEGMENTS:
Hurricane Ian slams Florida’s west coast with 150 mph winds

FEMA administrator on federal response to Hurricane Ian

News Wrap: E.U. warns retaliation against energy attacks

UN investigator outlines evidence of Russian war crimes

Sen. Cory Booker on Pres. Biden’s plan to end hunger by 2030

Firefighters’ work puts them at higher risk of cancer

‘Afterlives’ explores colonial rule in East Africa

‘Thomas and Friends’ introduces first character with autism

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00:00 – Introduction
02:39 – Hurricane Ian
09:46 – FEMA administrator on federal response to Hurricane Ian
18:14 – News Wrap
22:20 – Russian Invasion
27:37 – Tackling Hunger
35:19 – Occupational Hazard
44:52 – Nobel Author
51:23 – Giving Autism a Voice