Tuesday on the NewsHour, investigations and arrests continue six months after the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol by a violent mob of Trump supporters. Then, experts search for clues to the structural failure of the Surfside, Florida condo as rescue crews continue to comb the rubble. And, members of the U.S. military reflect on 20 years in Afghanistan — and whether the war was worth it.
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News Wrap: US largely untouched by global ransomware attack
What we’ve learned about Jan. 6 attacks in the last 6 months
Jan 6. select committee open to subpoenaing Donald Trump
Surfside investigator on uncovering the collapse’s ‘trigger’
Was the Afghanistan war worth fighting? 3 veterans weigh in
Is the Boy Scouts’ sexual assault settlement adequate?
Can input from unhoused people solve San Francisco’s crisis?
Bernd Heinrich on his ‘unusual’ life as a runner, biologist
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