Tuesday on the NewsHour, Georgia voters head to the polls to decide the U.S. Senate and much of President-elect Joe Biden’s agenda, the U.S. sets another daily record for COVID-19 infections as the vaccination campaign lags behind projections, lost revenue and cutbacks from pandemic-related closures compel many struggling educational institutions to make big cuts.
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Georgia voters head to the polls, Senate control at stake
News Wrap: White officer avoids charges in Blake shooting
In Los Angeles County, ‘the virus is virtually everywhere’
Tensions rise as Congress prepares to certify election
A former defense secretary on a peaceful transition of power
Pro-Iran militias in Iraq grow hostile toward the U.S.
Some colleges are fighting for survival amid the pandemic
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