PBS NewsHour full episode, March 10, 2023

Friday on the NewsHour, another strong jobs report complicates the prospects for more interest rate hikes aimed at stopping rising prices. Then, a new storm brings the potential for life-threatening floods and mudslides in parts of California already hard hit by heavy rain and snow. Plus, Ukraine’s heavy use of ammunition in its fight against Russia is causing challenges for arms manufacturers.

Robust hiring raises prospects for more interest rate hikes

Atmospheric river hits portions of California

News Wrap: Trump asked to testify before New York grand jury

Arms manufacturers struggle to get Ukraine enough ammunition

Former Arkansas governor discusses possible White House bid

Brooks and Capehart on Biden’s budget, Trump’s legal trouble

Doctor creates program to expand medical care in rural areas

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00:00 – Introduction
02:29 – Help Wanted
08:48 – News Wrap
16:42 – Arming Ukraine
26:47 – Party Politics
35:13 – Brooks & Capehart
45:55 – Expanding Care

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