Tuesday on the NewsHour, we talk with the surgeon general as the U.S. inoculation effort shifts focus to the community level — to rural areas and younger Americans. Then, the National Rifle Association suffers another setback in its bankruptcy trial, calling the organization’s future and leadership into question. And, a look at the humanitarian horror wrought by the ongoing war in Yemen.
WATCH TODAY’S SEGMENTS
News Wrap: Biden aims to vaccinate 70% of adults by July 4
Dr. Vivek Murthy on new US inoculation strategy
Is the NRA’s bankruptcy filing a way to escape regulation?
Rising food insecurity is killing war-torn Yemen’s children
Stacey Abrams on the challenge to keeping democracy healthy
Looking back at a year of remote trials at the Supreme Court
What Breonna Taylor’s name is teaching US about Black lives
Remembering the legend of dance, Jacques d’Amboise
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