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Wednesday on the NewsHour, Britain approves a COVID-19 vaccine bringing questions about a U.S. plan, a top Georgia official warns of the dangers of election fraud claims by Republicans, and a Renaissance master painter has her day centuries later.
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News Wrap: Pro-Democracy activists sentenced in Hong Kong
Britain’s COVID-19 approval raises questions in the U.S.
Why this Georgia election official called out fraud claims
Democrats shift stance on a sized-down economic relief bill
Will Republicans support a bipartisan relief bill?
Renaissance painter breaks gender barriers centuries later
Striking the balance between luck and skill
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