Tuesday on the NewsHour, the rate of U.S. COVID-19 deaths slows, but worries about new outbreaks remain. Plus: Another video of the death of a black man at the hands of police, how the pandemic has complicated caregiving, a new launch for the American space program, telling fact from fiction in President Trump’s tweets, COVID-19 plasma therapy and an essay on the value of small businesses.
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Meat-processing plants remain source of outbreak concerns
News Wrap: Afghanistan begins releasing Taliban prisoners
St. Paul Mayor Melvin Carter on George Floyd’s death
How COVID-19 has complicated life for family caregivers
How Elon Musk’s SpaceX is changing American space flight
How Trump leverages Twitter to spread misinformation
Can convalescent plasma therapy help those with COVID-19?
A shopkeeper’s humble opinion on when to reopen for business
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