Tuesday on the NewsHour, President Trump travels to Kenosha, Wisconsin, in the wake of demonstrations against the police shooting of Jacob Blake. Plus: Senate Republicans consider new pandemic aid legislation, analyzing the UK’s universal health care system, security challenges in Iraq, a difficult 2020 Census, the decline of local newsrooms and a humble opinion on parents and internet privacy.
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News Wrap: Former McDonald’s franchise owners sue company
After controversial remarks, Trump praises law enforcement
How Americans are coping with less unemployment aid
Should U.S. look to UK for next health care moves?
An Iraqi official on why country needs ‘radical measures’
How pandemic, politicization could jeopardize 2020 census
Why the demise of local news is dangerous for democracy
The drawbacks to digital surveillance tools for parents
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