Tuesday on the NewsHour, millions remain without power in frigid temperatures as the U.S. continues to grapple with the effects of a major storm, the governor of New York admits underreporting the often deadly impact of the COVID-19 pandemic in the state’s nursing homes, and the simple task of obtaining identification becomes a major roadblock to reentering society for former prisoners.
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Winter storm leaves millions without power across the U.S.
News Wrap: Officials probing attack near U.S. base in Iraq
New York’s governor faces backlash on nursing home deaths
Biden administration lifts terrorist designation for Houthis
Breaking down Trump’s mounting legal challenges
Obtaining identification can complicate the road from prison
Universities confront their legacies of slavery
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