Monday on the NewsHour, demonstrators in Hong Kong storm government buildings to protest the city’s chief executive and her relationship with China. Plus: Iran says it has exceeded nuclear limits, President Trump and autocrats, racist post-debate attacks on Kamala Harris, Politics Monday, improving education in South Africa, what to read this summer and explaining difficult truths to children.
WATCH TODAY’S SEGMENTS:
Hong Kong protesters storm buildings, clash with police
News Wrap: Protests in Sudan again turn deadly
What Iran’s uranium announcement means for U.S. tensions
Is Trump’s coziness with autocrats part of larger strategy?
How 2020 Democrats campaigned after 1st round of debates
Tamara Keith and Carrie Budoff Brown on post-debate polls
Changing South Africa’s ‘abysmal legacy’ in black education
Book recommendations for every kind of summer reader
In a difficult world, why kids need to know the truth
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