Tuesday on the NewsHour, President Trump signs an executive order on policing, as lawmakers continue to work on their own reform proposals. Plus: Use of force in the deaths of Rayshard Brooks and Breonna Taylor, a deadly face-off for China and India in the Himalayas, tensions escalate between North and South Korea, a virus scientist copes with COVID-19 and Mary Chapin Carpenter sings from home.
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WATCH TODAY’S SEGMENTS
News Wrap: Man arrested after Albuquerque protest shooting
Will Trump’s executive order force change in U.S. policing?
2 views on police use of force in killing of Rayshard Brooks
Breonna Taylor’s killing and police treatment of black women
Himalayan border dispute between China, India turns violent
What’s behind North Korea’s latest act of aggression
A virus scientist on his own battle with COVID-19
Mary Chapin Carpenter on music as a tonic for the times
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