Tuesday on the NewsHour, Congress takes up the debt ceiling deal with only days left to avoid a default. Drone attacks damage residential buildings in Moscow for the first time since the war on Ukraine began. Plus, former First Lady Rosalynn Carter is diagnosed with dementia after dedicating much of her own life to reducing the stigma around mental health and caregiving.
WATCH TODAY’S SEGMENTS:
Debt battle in House where some in both parties oppose it
GOP Rep. Scott Perry on why he will not back debt limit deal
Democratic Rep. Dingell discusses concerns with debt deal
Debt ceiling deal faces 1st hurdle in House Rules Committee
News Wrap: 9 wounded in Memorial Day shooting in Florida
Could drone attacks change how Russian people perceive war?
U.S. colleges divided over whether to end legacy admissions
Blend of science and art improving neurological health
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