PBS NewsHour full episode, Sept. 12, 2023

Tuesday on the NewsHour, relief workers respond to dual disasters in North Africa, the devastating earthquake in Morocco and now catastrophic flooding in Libya. House Republicans move to open an impeachment inquiry into President Biden over his family’s business dealings. Plus, an updated COVID booster gets the green light as infections from a variant are rising nationwide.

Thousands dead after earthquake and flooding in North Africa

What McCarthy hopes to accomplish with impeachment inquiry

GOP Rep. McClain explains support for impeachment inquiry

News Wrap: Kim Jong Un in Russia to discuss major arms deal

CDC director on updated COVID booster as infections rise

The challenges Ukraine’s counteroffensive faces

Child poverty increases sharply after tax credit expiration

Mental health service shortage for teens creates challenges

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