PBS NewsHour full episode, Sept. 13, 2021

Monday on the NewsHour, U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken faces congressional scrutiny over the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan. Then, a sharp rise in childrens’ hospitalizations prompts pediatricians to advocate for emergency authorization of COVID vaccinations for those under 12. And, how 9/11 first responders still suffering from toxin exposure struggle to receive adequate health care.

News Wrap: 1 million NYC kids return to in-person school

Afghan economy, emergency services suffer under Taliban rule

Sen. Sanders on corporate and wealth taxes, climate change

Pediatricians urge FDA to approve vaccines for kids under 12

Boston’s changing demographics on display in mayoral race

Tamara Keith and Amy Walter on $3.5T Dem bill, Newsom recall

Headline: 9/11 first responders on the health toll of their service

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