Wednesday on the NewsHour, critical infrastructure legislation moves forward in Congress after a tumultuous weekend of negotiations. Then, an uncertain future for young Afghans who grew up without Taliban rule, as the group continues its conquest amid the American withdrawal. We look at Britney Spears’ conservatorship fight, and explore solutions to the struggle to find child care in rural U.S.
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What’s in Democrats’ $3.5 trillion budget plan?
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Riots, looting follow Zuma’s jailing in South Africa
How supply ‘bottlenecks’ are driving a consumer price surge
Young, modern Afghans fear ‘losing everything’ as U.S. exits
After 13 years, Britney Spears can now hire her own counsel
Public schools bridge child care gap in Shickley, Nebraska
A Brief But Spectacular take on rehabilitation through art
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