Wednesday on the NewsHour, what the results in New Hampshire mean for Democratic presidential candidates. Also: Former Mayor Pete Buttigieg on his second-place finish in the Granite State, crisis at the Justice Department as President Trump tries to take the law into his own hands, a possible solution for the nation’s crumbling infrastructure, and a new novel from Isabel Allende.
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2020 Dems look to more diverse states after N.H. primary
Buttigieg: Results are proving he’s ‘a serious contender’
News Wrap: New novel coronavirus infections declining
Does the Roger Stone fight hurt the Justice Department?
What N.H. primary results mean for the 2020 race
U.S. needs safer bridges. Super strong concrete could help
In Allende’s new novel, a familiar story of refugee life
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