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Correction: In the segment on President Trump’s recent pardons, the original piece omitted the credit for a photo of Rep. Steve Stockman. The credit for that photo should be Gage Skidmore. We regret the error.
Wednesday on the NewsHour, President Trump threatens to reject COVID relief bill if his demands are not met, controversy swirls around the president’s latest pardons including government-paid contractors convicted of killing civilians in Iraq, and a look at the benefits of remaining in the workforce far past retirement.
WATCH TODAY’S SEGMENTS
Trump threatens to reject long-awaited COVID relief bill
Controversy swirls as Trump issues wave of new pardons
News Wrap: Pfizer doubles COVID vaccine doses in the U.S.
‘Mixed messages’ are complicating COVID fight in Tennessee
Brexit and border closures create dual challenges in Britain
What Maine’s election results say about the rest of the U.S.
Carrying on when life itself is life-threatening
Misty Copeland’s graceful steps halted by the pandemic
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