Thursday on the NewsHour, the U.S. sees a record 50,000 new COVID-19 cases in a day as infections rise in 40 states. Plus: Nurturing the U.S. economy without fueling the pandemic, Hong Kong’s crackdown continues, President Trump’s rhetoric on race, a new twist in the Jeffrey Epstein sex abuse saga, a family textile business adapts to change and a Brief But Spectacular take on empowering community.
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News Wrap: U.S. sees record 50,000 new virus cases in a day
Paul Romer on halting the pandemic to save the U.S. economy
What China’s Hong Kong crackdown says about Xi Jinping
Is Trump’s strategy of stoking racial tensions succeeding?
How voters view Trump’s handling of racial unrest, COVID-19
Ghislaine Maxwell’s arrest yields new twist in Epstein saga
How the pandemic is reshaping American manufacturing
A Chicago electrical worker on empowering her community
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