Thursday on the NewsHour, despite calls for unity the two parties are staking out different positions on COVID relief as Republicans battle openly over one of their own. Also, a disconnect between supply and demand leads to confusion for the inoculation rollout in Virginia, and we examine some the consequences rioters are facing in the wake of the Capitol insurrection.
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Debate over Rep. Greene opens fault lines among Republicans
Sen. Cassidy says Rep. Greene ‘part of a conspiracy cabal’
News Wrap: Smartmatic files suit against Fox, Trump lawyers
What consequences have rioters faced for the Capitol attack?
How Americans can co-exist after the deadly insurrection
Virginia’s vaccine rollout challenged by supply and demand
Bipartisan report urges Biden to commit to Afghanistan
As the pandemic rages on, finding ways to mourn and remember
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