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On this edition for Sunday, February 28, Johnson & Johnson says it expects to start shipping the first doses of its newly FDA-approved vaccine on Monday. Also, the story behind the resurgence of America’s oldest independent Black-owned bookstore, and why Richmond, Virginia has one of the highest eviction rates in the nation. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.
On this edition for Saturday, February 20, President Biden declares a disaster in Texas as the state struggles to recover from a deadly winter storm, which has left millions without power and drinking water. And in our signature segment, the final report in our series “The Longest War” on the American troop pullout from Afghanistan after two decades of foreign support in the country.
On this edition for Sunday, February 14, experts unpack Trump’s second impeachment trial and second acquittal: what does this mean for the Republican party and the nation moving forward? Plus, what concrete actions can the Biden administration take on gun reform? And, with public art all the more important during COVID, a new outdoor sculpture in the heart of NYC just in time for Valentine’s Day.