PBS NewsHour full episode, Sept. 22, 2020

Tuesday on the NewsHour, the Senate GOP appears to have the votes needed to hold confirmation hearings for President Trump’s forthcoming Supreme Court choice. Plus: Sen. John Barrasso on the political battle over the Supreme Court, a virtual United Nations, scientific insights into coronavirus transmission, how one Maine college is tackling COVID-19 on campus and services for mental health crises.

Support your local PBS station here:

News Wrap: U.S. officially passes 200,000 pandemic deaths

The Senate’s tight timeline to confirm Trump’s SCOTUS choice

Barrasso: Democrats threatening to ‘politicize the court’

At UN, little unity as Trump blasts China, WHO over pandemic

How focus on surface cleaning can distract from virus spread

What we know about coronavirus transmission through air

How this Maine college is trying to control COVID-19

Why police are on front lines of U.S. mental health crisis

Stream your PBS favorites with the PBS app:
Find more from PBS NewsHour at
Subscribe to our YouTube channel:

Follow us:

PBS NewsHour podcasts:

Leave a Comment