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PBS NewsHour full episode, Sept. 6, 2021




Monday on the NewsHour, the Gulf Coast and Northeast continue to assess the damage in the wake of Ida’s massive storm damage and flooding. Then, as federal unemployment aid expires for millions of Americans, we examine the Biden administration’s bid to end child hunger. And, Muslim Americans reflect on the impact of prejudice and fear on their community in the wake of the 9/11 attacks.

WATCH TODAY’S SEGMENTS
Hundreds of thousands still without power in Ida’s aftermath

News Wrap: DOJ vows to protect abortion access in Texas


Taliban control grows, but yet to form official government

Unvaccinated hotspots and delta raise U.S. COVID numbers

Taliban takeover a threat to Afghan agriculture

American Muslims remember how 9/11 changed America

A look at impact of federal food stamps, child tax credit


Tamara Keith and Amy Walter on child tax credit, abortion

A chef’s Brief But Spectacular take on the memory of taste

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