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PBS NewsHour full episode, Feb. 18, 2021

PBS, 19 Feb 2021
Thursday on the NewsHour, the winter storm gripping much of the country leaves many without power and hits Texas especially hard, COVID-19 causes a sharp decrease in average life expectancy in the U.S. but an even larger drop for communities of color, and an increasing focus on college education and a disdain for manual labor create a serious dearth of skilled tradespeople.

Storm surge shines a spotlight on disparities in the U.S.
News Wrap: Democrat's new bill offers path to citizenship
COVID causes life expectancies drop in communities of color
South Africa battles to contain a mutant strain of COVID-19
South Carolina places stringent restrictions on abortions
NASA rover lands on Mars, resuming search for signs of life
How stigmas create a dearth of skilled tradespeople

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