Wednesday on the NewsHour, U.S. hospitals struggle with a surge of COVID cases driven by the unvaccinated and the highly contagious delta variant. Then, California’s governor faces a recall reckoning that could have major political implications for the country. And, the brother of a passenger on board United Flight 93 reflects on the heroism of those who fought back against the 9/11 hijackers.
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News Wrap: Trial for 2015 Paris terrorist attacks begins
Overrun Idaho hospitals fear a COVID peak may be weeks away
Why is Newsom facing recall? Here’s what you need to know
Theranos Founder Elizabeth Holmes’ trial begins
Did Cuomo’s ouster show the #MeToo movement was co-opted?
Black Indiana farmers struggle to keep their farms running
Remembering the 40 heroes who were aboard Flight 93 on 9/11
How 9/11 weighs heavy on the generation born after 2001
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