Friday on the NewsHour, Attorney General Merrick Garland names a special prosecutor to oversee probes into former President Trump. The Biden administration says the Saudi crown prince should be immune from lawsuits in the murder of Jamal Khashoggi. Plus, a law that sped up the adoption process is making it difficult for parents with criminal histories to regain custody of their children.

WATCH TODAY’S SEGMENTS:
AG names special prosecutor to oversee Trump investigations

News Wrap: U.N. climate talks extended into weekend

Saudi prince immune from U.S. lawsuits in Khashoggi murder

Workers recount abuse while building World Cup stadiums

Parents with criminal past struggle to regain child custody

Capehart and Abernathy on special counsel appointment

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00:00 – Introduction
03:02 – Investigating Trump
08:53 – News Wrap
14:58 – Tense Ties
22:51 – The Cost of the Cup
31:30 – Searching for Justice
40:47 – Capehart & Abernathy

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