Friday on the NewsHour, as U.S. unemployment rises to its highest level since the Great Depression, more states let businesses reopen. Plus: How the government can address the economic crisis, COVID-19 in the American West, Pulitzer honors for local news, the analysis of Mark Shields and David Brooks, remembering victims of the pandemic, the 75th anniversary of VE-Day and flowers for the sick.
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Can states reopen their economies safely?
Why U.S. economic crisis is even worse than it appears
News Wrap: Suspects in Ahmaud Arbery killing appear in court
The western U.S. counties COVID-19 has barely reached
2 Pulitzer winners on the changing landscape of local news
Shields and Brooks on DOJ politics, Trump’s economic hopes
Remembering Americans lost to the coronavirus pandemic
What these World War II veterans remember most about VE-Day
How this Calif. artist is sharing ‘Flowers for Sick People’
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