PBS NewsHour full episode, May 16, 2022

From PBS NewsHour.

Monday on the NewsHour, Buffalo residents grapple with grief and trauma after the mass shooting that police say was motivated by racism. Then, the ambassadors of Finland and Sweden discuss the future of security in Europe following their requests to join NATO. Plus, as the number of COVID-19 deaths hits 1 million in the U.S., a highly transmissible subvariant threatens to prolong the pandemic.

Buffalo mourns amid new details gunman planned second attack
How America can respond to white nationalist violence
New Wrap: Police say California church attack driven by hate
Finland, Sweden ambassadors discuss the push to join NATO
Why the fight against COVID has stalled in the U.S.
Tamara Keith and Amy Walter on the power of racist ideology
Young playwrights use theater to confront gun violence

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00:00 – Introduction
02:35 – Buffalo mourns amid new details gunman planned second attack
08:00 – How America can respond to white nationalist violence
18:25 – News Wrap
23:22 – Expanding NATO
32:51 – State of the Pandemic
39:43 – Politics Monday
48:08 – #Enough