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NewsHour Special Correspondent Malcolm Brabant has covered some of Europe's virus hotspots during the pandemic. But he has not been impacted personally until now. As he explains from his home in Brighton in the south of England, he is currently…
It's been about two months since the NBA finished a delayed season that saw its players confined to COVID "bubbles." But with a new season set to begin amid a surging pandemic, the NBA now plans to allow teams to…
The stalemate is over as the nation's lawmakers prepared to vote Monday on measures to provide financial relief during the pandemic, to fund the federal government and to address other key concerns. Lisa Desjardins joins Judy Woodruff to discuss.
In our news wrap Friday, the Supreme Court dismissed a challenge to President Trump’s plan to exclude undocumented immigrants from the 2020 census, the FDA moved to clear a second COVID-19 vaccine, the president takes heat for not addressing a…
December has seen a staggering rise in the number cases and the deaths in the U.S. from the pandemic. As we do each Friday, we take a moment to honor five individuals who have lost their lives to COVID-19.
By Fred de Sam Lazaro
For much of the pandemic, New Zealand has often been praised for the effectiveness of its response. But despite few resources, the small African nation of Senegal has also become a leader in curbing the COVID-19 pandemic within its borders.
Syndicated columnist Mark Shields and New York Times columnist David Brooks join Judy Woodruff to discuss politics as a noble profession, optimism as a defining American characteristic, and collective sacrifice for the common good. In his final regular appearance on…
In our news wrap Thursday, a second COVID-19 vaccine moves closer to emergency authorization, President-elect Biden rounds out his environmental team, Vladimir Putin denies ordering opposition leader's poisoning, more than 340 boys kidnapped in Nigeria are freed, the family that…
Lawmakers in Washington inched closer to an elusive deal on an economic relief bill during the pandemic, with both sides making concessions including the possibility of direct-payment checks to Americans. Lisa Desjardins joins Judy Woodruff to discuss the latest.
Millions of doses of COVID-19 vaccines are expected to be distributed soon, but how many people are willing to take the vaccine and is politics hindering the response? William Brangham spoke with Dr. Gianfranco Pezzino, who recently resigned as the…
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