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PBS NewsHour full episode, July 1, 2020

Wednesday on the NewsHour, cases of coronavirus continue to rise in many U.S. states, but the majority are still moving forward with plans to reopen. Plus: Russian President Vladimir Putin secures additional years in power, will students go back to school in the fall, crackdown in Hong Kong, Rep. Pramila Jayapal on political change, COVID-19 treatments, closing the racial divide and Now Read This.

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Businesses struggle to adapt to quickly shifting virus rules

News Wrap: Seattle police clear ‘occupied zone’ after deaths

Scrutiny surrounds election that could extend Putin’s reign

What health experts think about having kids in the classroom

What Beijing’s crackdown means for the future of Hong Kong

Pramila Jayapal on her path to politics, progressive change

How doctors are innovating to treat COVID-19

Reasons for hope amid America’s racial unrest

Lauren Wilkinson answers your questions about ‘American Spy’

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