Wednesday on the NewsHour, two Justice Department attorneys tell a congressional committee that some of the agency’s investigations are politically motivated. Plus: President Trump’s controversial plan to move U.S. troops to Poland, meatpacking amid the pandemic, Sen. James Lankford on police reform, professional baseball’s return, summer reading for young adults and remembering Les Crystal.
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News Wrap: Federal appeals court orders Flynn case dismissed
Is Barr politicizing justice? 2 DOJ lawyers say yes
With Polish president, Trump reiterates plan to move troops
Coronavirus means meatpacking workers fear for their lives
Lankford says Democrats putting politics over police reform
Are professional sports ready to resume play in a pandemic?
Summer reading lists for young people at a time of crisis
Les Crystal’s NewsHour legacy, as a great boss and a friend
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