Wednesday on the NewsHour, Haiti’s president is killed in his home as the country’s unstable political situation worsens. Then, we speak with Eric Adams after his win in the Democratic primary for New York City mayor, making him the heavy favorite to assume the job. And, the impending absence of U.S. troops prompts Afghanistan’s government to arm local militias in the fight against the Taliban.
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What we know about the Haitian president’s assassination
News Wrap: No chance of finding condo collapse victims alive
Eric Adams on NYC’s mayoral race, economy and public safety
Suicidal thoughts affect all military sexual assault victims
Afghan militias fighting Taliban blame U.S. ‘abandonment’
What’s behind Millennials’ growing resentment for Boomers?
A Brief But Spectacular take on America’s dirty secret
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