Friday on the NewsHour, as new data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention exposes how infectious and dangerous the COVID variant of the coronavirus is, we discuss the science. Then, Afghan interpreters arrive on U.S. shores, finding safety after risking it all to help America during the war. And, China tightens its grip on Hong Kong by closing the border to prevent a mass exodus.
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What to know about the CDC’s delta variant study
News Wrap: Trump tax returns must go to Congress, DOJ says
First Afghan interpreters, their families arrive in the U.S.
CIA still investigating U.S. diplomats’ ‘Havana Syndrome’
Hong Kong residents worry immigration law may ban their exit
Brooks and Dionne on vaccine hesitancy, Jan. 6 hearings
Lessons from McDonald’s’ investment in Black neighborhoods
A Brief But Spectacular take on reducing sexism in science
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