Wednesday on the NewsHour, chaotic scenes in Kabul as thousands struggle to leave Afghanistan just days ahead of a full U.S. withdrawal. Then, the Supreme Court reinstates the controversial Trump-era “Remain in Mexico” policy for asylum seekers. And, efforts intensify to match Americans without college degrees with employers who need to fill better paying jobs as income inequality widens.
WATCH TODAY’S SEGMENTS
Afghan evacuees wait hours in the heat due to Kabul backlog
Can the U.S. safely evacuate Afghanistan by Aug. 31?
News Wrap: WHO says its search for COVID origins has stalled
Did Biden deliver on promise of humane immigration?
Understanding the eviction moratorium as it nears expiration
When will young children be eligible for the COVID vaccine?
Apprenticeships help employ workers without college degrees
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