PBS NewsHour full episode, Apr. 7, 2021

Wednesday on the NewsHour, we explore the state of our streets, pipes and bridges as President Biden pursues a push to sell his infrastructure plan, new questions about AstraZeneca complicate global efforts to deliver inoculations, and Ethiopia's military crackdown in Tigray displaces tens of thousands and prompts accusations of ethnic cleansing.  

News Wrap: U.K. variant now most common strain in the U.S 

Why America's infrastructure is in dire need of repair

Biden to include racial equity in his infrastructure push

Possible link found between AstraZeneca vaccine, blood clots

Shifting demands during the pandemic take toll on teachers

Ethiopia’s crackdown brings accusations of ethnic cleansing

Amnesty International finds possible Ethiopian atrocities

Why Jimmy Carter's presidency is so misunderstood

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