PBS NewsHour full episode, Oct. 2, 2023

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Monday on the NewsHour, the future of Trump’s business empire is in question as he appears in court for a civil fraud trial. House Speaker McCarthy faces a revolt from far-right Republicans after making a deal to avoid a government shutdown. Plus, the United Nations Security Council votes to send armed forces to Haiti to combat the violent gangs that have largely overrun the capital city.

Trump’s empire in question during New York civil fraud trial

News Wrap: E.U. leaders gather in support of Ukraine

McCarthy faces revolt from far-right after avoiding shutdown

Tamara Keith and Andrew Desiderio on McCarthy’s future

UN will send police force to Haiti to fight gang violence

The major cases on the docket as Supreme Court begins term

Child care centers scramble as pandemic-era funding expires

Veteran exposed to burn pits wins precedent-setting lawsuit

How a medical center harmonizes health and performing arts

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