Thursday on the NewsHour, the Senate passes a huge economic relief package as U.S. coronavirus cases climb. Plus: Stories from Americans who have lost their jobs, details of the pandemic aid bill, hospitals urgently seek to ramp up capacity, COVID-19 strands migrants at the U.S.-Mexico border, how staying home puts victims of domestic violence at greater risk and the latest from President Trump.
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U.S. now has the most confirmed COVID-19 cases in the world
Stories from Americans the pandemic has left unemployed
Summers: U.S. must spend ‘whatever it takes’ to manage virus
News Wrap: DOJ announces indictment of Venezuela’s Maduro
Hospitals take extreme measures to boost capacity, supplies
U.S.-Mexico border closure puts migrants in dangerous limbo
What ‘shelter at home’ means for those who aren’t safe there
Trump says he’s eager to sign economic relief bill into law
Should parents shield their kids from news amid pandemic?
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