Monday on the NewsHour, President Trump announces he is taking a controversial drug unproven to treat COVID-19 as more states lift their restrictions. Plus: How U.S.-China tensions are affecting the global pandemic response, a medical view of when and how to reopen, the firing of a State Department watchdog, college admissions tests during COVID-19, Politics Monday and singing the pandemic blues.
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As states reopen, Trump says he’s taking hydroxychloroquine
U.S.-China tensions take center stage at WHO summit
News Wrap: FBI says Pensacola gunman tied to al-Qaida
How to apply lessons from health care workers to daily life
Trump’s ‘highly unusual’ politicization of government IGs
What does COVID-19 mean for college admissions?
Tamara Keith and Amy Walter on Obama speaking out
Why this blues musician is now playing for an audience of 1
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