Wednesday on the NewsHour, the Trump administration steps up pressure on schools to resume in-person classes in the fall — despite an ongoing coronavirus surge. Plus: How COVID-19 is renewing the debate over American exceptionalism, struggles with U.S. coronavirus testing, Supreme Court rulings, the rush to mine lithium for batteries, two anti-racism scholars on race in America and inside China.
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Trump presses schools to resume in-person classes this fall
News Wrap: Vindman retires, saying Trump blocked promotion
What coronavirus shows about American exceptionalism
Why is the U.S. struggling to test everyone who needs it?
How this Supreme Court sees religious freedom
The global rush to mine lithium, a battery essential
How anti-racism is a treatment for the ‘cancer’ of racism
Documentary pulls back the curtain on China’s rise
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