Episode: July 14, 2020


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July 14, 2020
California Governor Gavin Newsom ordered indoor restaurants, bars and many other businesses to shut back down as Los Angeles and San Diego school districts announced schools will stay online this fall. A hearing today could decide the fate of more than a million international students. Finally, U.S. Secretary Mike Pompeo calls Chinese action in the South China Sea "unlawful."

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