Thursday on the NewsHour, Justice Breyer’s retirement makes way for President Biden to fulfill his campaign promise and nominate the first Black woman to the Supreme Court. We examine the potential causes and solutions as many U.S. Cities grapple with a steady increase in crime. We return to tornado-ravaged Western Kentucky to examine the lingering aftermath and the difficult path toward healing.
WATCH TODAY’S SEGMENTS:
Who is Biden considering to replace Breyer?
News Wrap: U.S. economy grew 5.7 percent in 2021
Examining Breyer’s legacy, how his exit may change the court
What’s behind rising violent crimes in the U.S.?
Many in Kentucky still struggling to rebuild after tornadoes
Moderna official on vaccines for kids, omicron-specific shot
Air strikes don’t deter these Syrian school-goers
Jamaican bobsled team qualifies for Olympics after 24 years
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