Wednesday on the NewsHour, a conversation with Sen. Tim Scott about the Republican police reform bill he is leading. Plus: Robert Gates on how the U.S. can overcome the challenges it faces, Japan’s pandemic response, the broad coalition of Americans demanding police reform and racial justice, federal funding for national parks and public lands and how artists connect with audiences from afar.
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WATCH TODAY’S SEGMENTS
Tim Scott on ‘looking for a solution’ for police reform
News Wrap: Reports of explosive claims in Bolton’s new book
Robert Gates on U.S. military’s ‘disproportionate role’
Is Japan’s pandemic response a disaster or a success?
How protests against racism in the U.S. gained broad support
What’s in a historic environmental bill passed by the Senate
Connecting through art when a pandemic keeps us apart
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