PBS NewsHour full episode, Dec. 28, 2020

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Monday on the NewsHour, we hear from Americans who are out of work and counting on aid to make it through the winter. Plus, what comes next now that President Trump has signed the relief bill. Why Africans could come last in line for the coronavirus vaccine, and on Politics Monday: a look at how the recent battles in Washington could play out in the Georgia senate runoff elections.

The relief bill showdown is over. What comes next?

One unemployed man’s take on COVID relief fight 

After suicide bombing hits Nashville, authorities ask ‘why?’

News wrap: More contagious virus drives global restrictions 

Three tragic mistakes that made the 2020 pandemic worse

Why Africa could come last in line for coronavirus vaccines

Amy Walter and Errin Haines on Trump’s relief reversal 

Two critics pick the standout entertainment from 2020

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