PBS NewsHour full episode, May 10, 2021

Monday on the NewsHour, Hamas fires rockets into Israel, prompting an air strike after hundreds of Palestinians are wounded in clashes with Israeli police. Then, the latest ransomware attack on a major fuel pipeline highlights the vulnerability of U.S. energy infrastructure. And, amid the ongoing war in Yemen, a renewed push to redraw the country’s borders, but most simply long for peace.

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News Wrap: Roadside bombings kill at least 13 in Afghanistan

Palestinians face renewed violence, evictions in Jerusalem

Exploring the implications of the Colonial Pipeline hack

Can Yemen exist as a unified state post-war?

Mireille Kamariza is shattering stereotypes about scientists

Tamara Keith and Amy Walter on Liz Cheney, Trump and the GOP

Ziwe uses humor, vulnerability and honesty to discuss race

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