Friday on the NewsHour, Americans prepare for Memorial Day while mourning the 95,000 people lost to the COVID-19 pandemic. Plus: Beijing seeks to limit pro-democracy activity in Hong Kong, the debate over the origins of the novel coronavirus, testing for COVID-19 antibodies, political analysis with Mark Shields and David Brooks, remembering COVID-19 victims and a lifesaving British water mill.
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Americans prepare for a Memorial Day transformed by COVID-19
News Wrap: Passenger jet crashes in Pakistan
China is proposing to limit Hong Kong’s autonomy. Why now?
Why virus research is a tension point for the U.S., China
What we know about COVID-19 antibodies — and what we don’t
Shields and Brooks on Trump’s call to reopen, mail-in voting
Remembering 5 more victims of the COVID-19 pandemic
This medieval mill is providing a British county with bread
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