evening. i'm william brangham. judy woodruff is away. on the "newshour" tonight, tornadoes carve a path of destruction through the southeast, claiming over 20 lives and levelinghole sections of towns in alabama and georgia. then, a conversation with carlos vecchio, the man the u.s. recognizes as the venezuelan ambassador, as opposition leader juan guaido returns to a country in crisis. plus, preserving the past-- a new exhibition highlights the painstaking work of photo conservation. >> the misconception especially for photographs is you can just make another one. u know, we can easily print two prints that are the same, and they're actually not. there are slight differences that make every single print unique.
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