Episode: Monday, May 11, 2020

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Monday, May 11, 2020
After two White House staffers test positive for coronavirus, Trump administration witnesses preparing to testify before a Senate panel on reopening America will do so remotely this week. How are leaders in the rest of the U.K. reacting to British Prime Minister Boris Johnson's road map for exiting a lockdown? And, a for-profit college that received millions in coronavirus-related funding faces a new lawsuit and allegations that the college was a sham.

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