The clue ""___ NewsHour"" was last spotted by us at the New York Times Crossword on February 14 2019.
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|New York Times February 14 2019||PBS|
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|Opera that famously ends with the line "La commedia è finita!"|
|"Dark Angel" star Jessica|
|Desk tray labels|
|"Dallas Buyers Club" Oscar winner|
|Something checked on a questionnaire|
|One of the five founding nations of the Iroquois Confederacy|
|Fat remover, for short|
|Some bathroom postings ... or what the clues to 16-, 21-, 46- and 59-Across are?|
|Part of the Spanish conjugation of "to be"|
|First car to offer seatbelts (1950)|
|Ilhan ___, one of the first two Muslim women elected to Congress|
|Goes from liquid to solid, say|
|Show with noted alumni, for short|
|Off-roader, in brief|
|Out of the strike zone, in a way|
|Product whose introduction was music to people's ears?|
|Group of friends|
|Abbr. in a cockpit|
|The Alamo had a famous one|
|"Can you ___?" (classic cologne catchphrase)|
|The planets, e.g.|
|Immune system defender|
|___ Toby, character in "Twelfth Night"|
|Part of a stove|
|Pakistani restaurant owner on "Seinfeld"|
|"Whither ___ thou?": John 16:5|
|Milli ___ (1980s-'90s pop duo)|
|"Methinks," in texts|
|Words of empathy|
|When repeated, a classic of garage rock|
|Like the dawn sky|
|Lead-in to load or lift|
|Court oath affirmation|
|Where to see two runners side by side|
|What to call un hombre|
|State flower of Indiana|
|Heaviest of the noble gases|
|Pepper used in mole sauce|
|Teeth not connected to jaws|
|On the briny|
|___ Wallace, "Ben-Hur" author|