Wednesday on the NewsHour, much of the U.S. is under orders to stay home, as the number of confirmed coronavirus cases climbs past 60,000. Plus: What’s in Congress’ historic economic relief bill, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, Louisiana Gov. Bel Edwards on what states need from President Trump, conditions in New York emergency rooms, COVID-19 in Russia, Trump’s news briefing and Songs of Comfort.
WATCH TODAY’S SEGMENTS
Congress pushes ahead on aid deal as U.S. virus cases rise
Pelosi says relief bill will ‘put money in people’s pockets’
Louisiana governor: We need help sourcing more ventilators
‘Everything is transformed’ as COVID-19 grips NY hospitals
As Russia closes borders, how widespread is COVID-19 there?
News Wrap: Pompeo warns Afghan leaders to end political feud
Trump urges Congress to pass pandemic economic aid package
Yo-Yo Ma’s musical effort to share #SongsofComfort amid coronavirus
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