Thursday on the NewsHour, election security and mail-in ballots are at the forefront on Capitol Hill. Plus: The aftermath of Hurricane Sally, the economics of a COVID-19 vaccine, Bob Woodward on President Trump, Venezuela’s fragile health care system is overrun by the pandemic, a memorial to President Eisenhower and Trump wades into a debate over American history education and racism.
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The ongoing debate over election security and voting by mail
Gulf Coast faces major flooding in Hurricane Sally’s wake
News Wrap: New York City delays in-person schooling again
Should drug companies profit from coronavirus vaccine?
Bob Woodward on Trump’s mindset and motives
Venezuela’s dire humanitarian crisis worsens under COVID-19
Gehry-designed Eisenhower Memorial unveiled after decades
Trump calls 1619 Project, critical race theory ‘propaganda’
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