PBS NewsHour full episode, July 10, 2020

Friday on the NewsHour, the U.S. continues to set records of new coronavirus cases almost daily — with no end in sight. Plus: The Supreme Court’s decision on Oklahoma Native lands, Lebanon in crisis, battling surging COVID-19 in Texas, political analysis with David Brooks and Jonathan Capehart, the fate of the Freedmen’s Memorial, remembering COVID-19 victims and an essay on grief.

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States return to containment measures as virus sets records

News Wrap: Tropical Storm Fay drenches the Mid-Atlantic

Supreme Court’s ‘landmark decision’ on tribal sovereignty

Bankrupt Lebanon contends with pandemic’s rising threat

‘Help us out’: Nurse begs Texans to wear face masks

David Brooks and Jonathan Capehart on Biden’s economic plan

How 4 Black Americans see a Lincoln statue in different ways

Remembering 5 people lost to coronavirus

When a cliche can grant comfort to the grieving

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