Friday on the NewsHour, the House approves the largest economic relief package in U.S. history as the country faces the rising spread of novel coronavirus. Plus: Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer on the national shortage of ventilators, the UN secretary-general on global cooperation, Louisiana is a COVID-19 hot spot, Americans trapped abroad and the political analysis of David Brooks and Ruth Marcus.
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After voting drama, House passes $2.2 trillion relief bill
Whitmer glad Trump invoked DPA, says GM is ready to oblige
News Wrap: Maduro blasts Trump over drug-trafficking charges
UN head: World not cooperating enough to beat pandemic
Why Louisiana is emerging as a major coronavirus hot spot
What will become of Americans stranded abroad?
Brooks and Marcus on U.S. pandemic preparation failures
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