Wednesday on the NewsHour, why the U.S. relationship with NATO ally Turkey is becoming increasingly tense -- and how Russia is involved. Plus: Chicago elects its first black female mayor, who is also openly gay, what controversy over Joe Biden’s interactions with women says about social norms and how penguins illustrate the effects of climate change on the Antarctic Peninsula.
Wednesday on the NewsHour...
Editor's note: In the news update at the end of the program, we referred to Richard Neal as the U.S. representative from Minnesota. He serves Massachusetts.
Segments From This Episode
News Wrap: House Democrats authorize subpoenas over Mueller report6 min
Turkish foreign minister slams U.S. for having ‘no clear strategy’ on Syria13 min
How Mayor-Elect Lori Lightfoot plans to address Chicago’s gun violence ‘epidemic’10 min
What controversy around Biden’s behavior says about shifting social norms14 min
Antarctic penguins have existed for 60 million years. Can they survive climate change?9 min