Wednesday on the NewsHour, the U.S. death toll from the COVID-19 pandemic passes 100,000 — more than the number of Americans killed in the Korean and Vietnam Wars combined. Plus: Dr. Anthony Fauci shares a pandemic update, Speaker Nancy Pelosi on federal aid, remembering activist Larry Kramer, fallout in Minneapolis, increasing protests in Hong Kong and child care shortages amid the pandemic.
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U.S. coronavirus death toll passes 100,000 milestone
Dr. Fauci on the ‘terrible hit’ of 100,000 American deaths
Pelosi calls Trump’s COVID-19 testing plan an ‘insult’
News Wrap: NASA scrubs rocket launch due to storms
Remembering influential AIDS activist Larry Kramer
Why George Floyd’s death was a ‘violation of human rights’
As China tightens grip on Hong Kong, how will U.S. respond?
Who will care for children as their parents return to work?
Tayari Jones answers your questions about ‘The Street’
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