Friday on the NewsHour, the catastrophic impact of Australia's recent bushfires on its landscape and wildlife. Plus: The Trump administration changes federal rules around public school nutrition, how the effects of climate change could alter American business, an interview with Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido, Shields and Brooks on the latest political news and a southern rock revival.
News Wrap: Amid protests, Iran's Khamenei lashes out at U.S.
Australian ecosystems vulnerable amid bushfire catastrophe
How Trump wants to change rules around school nutrition
Why climate change means new risk for U.S. financial markets
Venezuela's Guaido on Maduro, U.S. sanctions and 'anarchy'
Shields and Brooks on Trump impeachment evidence, Dem debate
Revitalized recording studio puts Macon in the spotlight
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