Thursday on the NewsHour, the world passes a grim milestone in the pandemic as governments prepare for a potential new wave of COVID-19 infections from the delta variant. The voting rights fight reaches a crescendo in Texas as the legislature renews debate over strict new laws. Canada confronts a troubling past after discovering hundreds of unmarked graves at former Indigenous boarding schools.
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News Wrap: Biden prepones, defends pullout from Afghanistan
Poorer nations ‘perilously at risk’ as delta variant spreads
Will the Surfside condo collapse prompt board oversight?
How the Supreme Court’s AZ ruling may affect Texas voters
Baby boomers on creating social change and the role of luck
Indigenous survivor shares boarding school abuse experience
Japanese public worried Olympics may be super-spreader event
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