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Monday on the NewsHour, negotiations between the White House and Congress over a new pandemic relief bill continue. Plus: How to handle mail-in voting during the pandemic, TikTok is under political scrutiny, a summer without camp, Politics Monday wit...
On this edition for Sunday, August 2, negotiations over the emergency COVID-19 relief bill continue in Congress, a virus-plagued Florida is preparing for potential flooding and outages from Tropical Storm Isaias, and a potential solution for going ba...
On this edition for Saturday, August 1, a key unemployment benefit in the COVID-19 relief stimulus expires, COVID cases spike in Florida as the state braces for Hurricane Isaias, and a look at Donald Trump's 2016 promise to revitalize Oregon's lumber...
Friday on the NewsHour, top U.S. health officials testify before Congress about the country's raging coronavirus pandemic -- and their hopes for a vaccine. Plus: A conversation with Rep. Jim Clyburn, the Trump administration takes on China, Joe Biden...
Thursday on the NewsHour, data from the second quarter of the year shows the worst U.S. economic collapse since the Great Depression. Plus: Medical experts urge the U.S. to change its approach to coronavirus, congressional testimony from Secretary of...
Wednesday on the NewsHour, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell weighs in on the outlook for pandemic relief legislation. Plus: Tech CEOs testify before Congress, President Trump's relationship with Russia and how it affects U.S. foreign policy, th...
Tuesday on the NewsHour, Attorney General William Barr testifies in front of the House Judiciary Committee in a long-delayed, combative hearing. Plus: Unemployment relief during the pandemic, the value of college education at a distance, Trump's imm...
Monday on the NewsHour, Senate Republicans unveil their proposal for the next coronavirus relief bill. Plus: Clashes continue between protesters and police in cities across the U.S., 30 years of the Americans with Disabilities Act, how India's capita...
On this edition for Sunday, July 26, demonstrators clash with the police and protests continue in Portland and around the country, the 30th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act, and Rep. John Lewis' makes its final journey across the Ed...
On this edition for Saturday, July 25, how racial health inequities are aiding the spread of the coronavirus in America, a week of memorials begins for Rep. John Lewis, and the debate over the "hot hand" phenomenon in basketball. Hari Sreenivasan anc...
Friday on the NewsHour, an Alabama county illustrates the racial disparities in COVID-19 outcomes. Plus: Uncontrolled logging jeopardizes the health of a critical Congo rainforest, the latest polls on key Senate races, political analysis with Mark Sh...
Thursday on the NewsHour, as U.S. coronavirus infections top 4 million, Senate Republicans say they have a tentative deal for a new relief bill. Plus: Why President Trump is sending federal law enforcement into cities who don't want it, the killing o...
Wednesday on the NewsHour, coronavirus spread in the U.S. shows no signs of easing, as officials scramble to respond. Plus: Former CDC head Dr. Tom Frieden on critical data collection during the pandemic, escalating tensions between the U.S. and Chin...
Tuesday on the NewsHour, congressional deliberations over an economic rescue package intensify, but Senate Republicans appear deeply divided over the right approach. Plus: American financial struggles, coronavirus worsens the global food crisis, coll...
Monday on the NewsHour, the novel coronavirus continues to surge across regions of the United States, and Congress considers new legislative action in response. Plus: Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan's perspective on the coronavirus crisis, the use of feder...
On this edition for Sunday, July 19, global confirmed coronavirus cases exceed 14.3 million and 600,000 deaths with more than 3.7 million confirmed cases in the U.S., frontline healthcare workers and their families fight for compensation, and how agi...
On this edition for Saturday, July 18, remembering John Lewis, a Civil Rights Movement leader and a longtime member of Congress who died of pancreatic cancer on Friday night. Also, the U.S. records more than 70,000 COVID-19 cases for the second time ...
Friday on the NewsHour, Dr. Anthony Fauci, the nation's top infectious disease expert, shares an update on the coronavirus pandemic. Plus: Controversy over federal agents policing American cities, Arizona's COVID-19 crisis, Mark Shields and David Bro...
Thursday on the NewsHour, President Trump changes his campaign staff as the COVID-19 pandemic worsens. Plus: The politics of wearing face masks, how Trump is advancing his political agenda, cyber intrusions with global impact, racial disparities in A...
Wednesday on the NewsHour, as the coronavirus crisis rages on, so does the verbal battle between the nation's top public health expert and members of the Trump administration. Plus: Californians worry about COVID-19, Chinatown's pandemic response, a ...