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PBS NewsHour 9pm full episode, Mar 10, 2020

Tuesday on the NewsHour, former Vice President Joe Biden looks to be having another big night, with projected primary victories in Michigan, Mississippi and Missouri. Plus: Fallout from the spread of novel coronavirus widens, as more schools close and events are canceled, how the United Kingdom is handling its COVID-19 outbreak and a book about the Fremonts, America’s first celebrity power couple.

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Biden projected to win Michigan, Mississippi and Missouri primaries

Amid COVID-19, U.S. officials debate economic response

Virus prompts some U.S. schools to attempt remote learning

News Wrap: Court rules DOJ must share Mueller materials

Voters in 6 primary states face Biden vs. Sanders matchup

Amy Walters on 2020 Democratic voter turnout, delegate math

UK government worries about virus, but residents carry on

NPR’s Steve Inskeep on America’s 1st celebrity power couple

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