Wednesday on the NewsHour, at least eight people were killed at a rail yard in San Jose, California in the latest episode of gun violence. Then, how passage of a landmark hate crimes legislation marks a culmination of decades of solidarity between Black and Asian American communities. And, a new wave of innovative electric planes is poised to reduce aviation emissions and change airlines forever.
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Here’s what we know about the San Jose mass shooting
News Wrap: Biden directs US intel to probe COVID origin
A look at the life and career of Sen. John Warner
With PPP fund empty, can other programs provide relief?
Land bridge project looks to aid displaced communities
Myanmar military using killings as ‘psychological warfare’
Can Black, Asian Americans move past historical animosity?
Can electric airplanes propel a 3rd revolution in aviation?
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