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PBS NewsHour full episode, September 15, 2022

Thursday on the NewsHour, railroad unions agree to a deal on working conditions and operations, avoiding a potentially catastrophic shutdown. Republican governors continue to send migrants to Democratic-led cities. Plus, residents of a small town liberated by Ukrainian forces recount harrowing stories of being caught in the crossfire.

WATCH TODAY’S SEGMENTS:
News Wrap: Boil water notice lifted in Jackson, Mississippi

Republicans governors send more migrants north

Small Ukrainian town recounts horrors of Russian occupation

Railroads and unions agree to deal, avoiding shutdown

More states restrict abortion after Roe v. Wade overturn

Sen. Portman on his support for same-sex marriage bill

Calif. may increase allowance given after prison release

Tennis legend Roger Federer announces retirement

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00:00 – Intro
02:38 – News Wrap
06:54 – Border Battle
14:43 – Russian Invasion
18:47 – Strike Averted
26:11 – After Roe
31:44 – High Stakes
39:18 – Searching for Justice
48:06 – Federer Retires