Thursday on the NewsHour, facing lost tax revenue and budget shortfalls, more U.S. states start to reopen. Plus: The Justice Department wants to drop the case against Michael Flynn, a public health expert on U.S. testing for COVID-19, Americans lose health insurance along with their jobs, pandemic in India, outcry over Ahmaud Arbery’s death and Ask Us questions about working during the pandemic.
WATCH TODAY’S SEGMENTS
Pandemic’s economic damage spreads to all corners of U.S.
Why does DOJ want to drop its case against Michael Flynn?
News Wrap: Supreme Court overturns ‘Bridgegate’ convictions
Public health expert fears states are reopening too soon
For many Americans, layoff means loss of health insurance
How COVID-19 is inflaming India’s religious tensions
Ahmaud Arbery’s shooting a ‘hate crime,’ says his father
Viewer questions about workplace safety during the pandemic
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