Tuesday on the NewsHour, Attorney General William Barr testifies in front of the House Judiciary Committee in a long-delayed, combative hearing. Plus: Unemployment relief during the pandemic, the value of college education at a distance, Trump’s immigration agenda, Congo Basin wildlife in jeopardy, a poet laureate remembers her mother’s violent death and cannabidiol business in Navajo Nation.
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WATCH TODAY’S SEGMENTS
News Wrap: Mayor of Portland, Oregon, asks for ‘cease-fire’
Barr insists he’s exercising ‘independent judgment’ as AG
Should Congress extend additional unemployment aid?
Is traditional residential college worth the cost?
How Trump is cracking down on immigration during pandemic
Congo Basin’s endangered wildlife find unlikely guardians
The ‘existential wound’ inspiring Natasha Trethewey’s poetry
Hemp cultivation draws hesitation in Navajo Nation
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