Wednesday on the NewsHour, the Trump administration takes unprecedented action to temporarily ban evictions for some renters who have lost work during the pandemic. Plus: Iowa has become a coronavirus hot spot, how the U.S. electorate has changed since 2016, threats of foreign intervention in U.S. elections, Switzerland’s health care system and songs of hope on the streets of St. Louis.
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WATCH TODAY’S SEGMENTS
News Wrap: Germany confirms Russia’s Navalny was poisoned
How CDC’s eviction moratorium affects renters and landlords
How Iowa became a coronavirus hot spot
How shifting U.S. demographics are reshaping the electorate
Russia is using U.S. writers to spread disinformation online
Is Switzerland’s health care system a model for the U.S.?
A brass band is bringing music to the streets of St. Louis
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