Wednesday on the NewsHour, U.S. deaths from COVID-19 now exceed American fatalities incurred in the Vietnam War. Plus: The latest on testing and possible treatment, how the pandemic threatens U.S. food production, distance learning challenges for students with special needs, earning potential for collegiate athletes and a new book on community and relationships from a former U.S. surgeon general.
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Amid economic gloom, is there hope for a COVID-19 treatment?
What we know about remdesivir study and COVID-19 antibodies
News Wrap: Navy widens investigation of Roosevelt outbreak
Trump wants meat processing plants open. But are they safe?
How distance learning is creating a special education crisis
Does NCAA earnings decision mean a ‘new era’ for athletes?
Could pandemic loneliness spark a ‘social revival?’
What could a post-pandemic world look like?
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