Wednesday on the NewsHour, the Federal Reserve decides to hold interest rates steady despite pressure from President Trump to lower them. Plus: Horrific new details about the murder of Jamal Khashoggi, Trump’s rollback of environmental regulations, how scientists are racing to halt the next flu pandemic, plans to lower college debt, a new take on organ music and reparations for slavery.
WATCH TODAY’S SEGMENTS:
News Wrap: Hicks appears before House Judiciary Committee
Fed holds interest rates steady despite rocky Trump dynamic
Khashoggi murder was a 'state killing,' UN report says
Will new clean energy rule change outlook for American coal?
Why stopping the next flu outbreak starts at the state fair
How to address the 'multilayered' problem of student debt
A musician created his own organ--and a new way to play it
Reparations and why America’s past still shapes the present
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