Monday on the NewsHour, omicron appears in more states in the United States, even as health officials battle a surge of delta COVID cases. Then, the U.S. declares a diplomatic boycott of the upcoming winter Olympics in China, inflaming a fraught relationship. And, Sec. Denis McDonough discusses meeting the needs of former service members, including toxic exposure and post-traumatic stress.
WATCH TODAY’S SEGMENTS:
News Wrap: Tensions over Ukraine precede Biden-Putin call
Could omicron lead to more breakthrough COVID cases?
What to expect after U.S. boycott of Beijing Olympics
VA Sec. McDonough on helping sick vets, preventing suicide
Pope stops short of condemning Greece’s migrant pushback
A look at the life and legacy former Kansas Sen. Bob Dole
Tamara Keith and Amy Walter on Bob Dole, Georgia Gov. race
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