Thursday on the NewsHour, as U.S. coronavirus infections top 4 million, Senate Republicans say they have a tentative deal for a new relief bill. Plus: Why President Trump is sending federal law enforcement into cities who don’t want it, the killing of Breonna Taylor sparks a movement, virtual campaigning, pandemic childcare struggles, an unusual baseball season, a canceled convention and more.
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News Wrap: Senate GOP announces tentative deal on aid bill
Trump sending federal agents to cities that don’t want them
Ridge: Trump’s deployment of federal forces an ‘invasion’
Will police officers be charged in death of Breonna Taylor?
What virtual campaigning means for Trump and Biden
Pandemic exposes fragility, inadequacy of U.S. child care
Can MLB play ball and still avoid an outbreak?
Writer and actor Aasif Mandvi on staying true to himself
Why Trump decided to cancel Jacksonville convention
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