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Wednesday on the NewsHour, a new Israeli government coalition of unlikely political partners ousts long-time Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Then, the debate over the efficacy of unemployment benefits intensifies as the U.S. economy recovers and businesses re-open. And, countrywide calls in Haiti for the president to step down go unheeded amid rampant violence and corruption.
WATCH TODAY’S SEGMENTS
News Wrap: Biden offers free beer, cash to the vaccinated
A look at the Israeli coalition trying to oust Netanyahu
Are unemployment benefits keeping Americans home?
The ‘trauma’ of the pandemic and rising adolescent suicide
Rural Louisiana faces disrupted vaccine drive
The ‘assault on democracy’ in Haiti as Moise clings to power
A look at Coach K’s 42 legendary years at Duke
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