Thursday on the NewsHour, Israel announces a cease-fire in the 11 day war against Hamas, spurring hopes for an end to the deadly conflict. Then, South Korea’s foreign minister discusses how to engage with the North as the Biden administration recalibrates U.S. policy. And, how demand for workers in the U.S. leads to calls for legal status for America’s undocumented workforce.
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The U.S. role in the Israel-Hamas cease-fire efforts
News Wrap: Biden signs COVID-19 Hate Crimes Act
US Commerce Secretary on unemployment checks, women at work
Why do so many immigrant workers struggle for legal status?
S Korea official on US role in denuclearizing N Korea
The humanitarian crisis wrought by Israel-Hamas war
Midori reflects on what it means to be a performer
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