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As questions are asked about the Prime Minister's personal life, Anna seeks the help of intelligence chief Eleanor James. A new threat rears its head as public sentiment grows ever turbulent.
It's apple season, and Huell is off to Oak Glen, 60 miles east of Los Angeles, to take part in a popular fall tradition.
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Monday on the NewsHour, President Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden keep up the campaign appearances in the race's final week.
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