Tuesday on the NewsHour, President Trump and Joe Biden make a flurry of campaign appearances as Election Day approaches. Plus: Why record numbers of Americans are voting early, police kill a Black man in Philadelphia, Trump’s domestic policy agenda, Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot, the rise of Republican women congressional candidates, China’s PPE production and funding the arts through crisis.
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Candidates dash to swing states while millions cast ballots
What record early voting numbers tell us about the election
News Wrap: Barrett formally sworn in to U.S. Supreme Court
Police shooting of a Black man sparks Philadelphia protests
Trump’s domestic policy adviser on stimulus, replacing ACA
Lightfoot: Chicago’s rising COVID cases are ‘great concern’
What’s driving surge in GOP women running for Congress
What China’s dominance of PPE market means for the U.S.
This program looks to the past to ensure artists’ futures
Paul Tough answers questions on ‘Helping Children Succeed’
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