Thursday on the NewsHour, Americans observe the tragic mark of 100,000 COVID-19 deaths, but the pandemic’s impact keeps growing. Plus: Minneapolis reels from the fallout of George Floyd’s death, pandemic economic policy, China’s move to tighten control of Hong Kong, the human cost of coronavirus in historical context, new views on working from home and a Brief But Spectacular take on ministering.
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The coronavirus’ human and economic toll continue to expand
What George Floyd’s death says about U.S. police culture
News Wrap: House shelves FISA bill after Trump’s veto threat
Which economic policies will get Americans back on track?
What Chinese crackdown means for Hong Kong’s autonomy
What Americans want from leaders amid extraordinary loss
Could the pandemic usher in a new era of working from home?
A young black pastor on preaching hope amid despair
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