Thursday on the NewsHour, President Biden meets with the prime minister of the United Kingdom ahead of the G-7 summit and announces a plan to distribute vaccines globally, Texas increasingly positions itself at odds with the Biden administration on critical issues, and 40 years after the start of the AIDS epidemic we look at the impact of the virus and what the future holds.
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Biden pledges 500 million vaccine doses to poor countries
How fast can the U.S. deliver millions of vaccine doses?
News Wrap: Major U.S. reservoir hits record low
Texas at odds with Biden administration on critical issues
After 40 years of AIDS, progress made but problems remain
‘In the Heights’ uplifts Latino community, reframes roles
Students help divert millions away from policing in schools
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