Monday on the NewsHour, Cuba sees its largest protests in decades as thousands gather across the country in a call for freedom. Then, the spread of the delta variant prompts questions about the possible need for booster shots in the future. And, how COVID-19 exacerbates the already daunting challenge of accessing child care for parents in the U.S.
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Here’s why so many Cubans are protesting the Communist Party
News Wrap: Biden holds White House meeting on gun violence
The latest on the assassination investigation in Haiti
Mayor Bowser on D.C.’s rising gun violence, new police hires
Is the Pfizer booster shot necessary? An expert weighs in
Can market control over U.S. child care costs be changed?
Tamara Keith and Amy Walter on Capitol attack, police reform
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