Monday on the NewsHour, a nation mourns a former president. Plus: Paris assesses the damage after days of protest, the political legacy of the 41st president, personal reflections on George H.W. Bush, signs of progress in the U.S.-China trade dispute, our new series on the Future of Work and Tamara Keith and Stuart Rothenberg analyze politics, including the presidency of George H.W. Bush.
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WATCH TODAY’S SEGMENTS:
News Wrap: Paris reels from worst riots in 50 years
Remembering George H.W. Bush, 41st president
George H.W. Bush, a man of ‘lovely, sweet reticence’
How Trump is relying on ‘chemistry’ for China trade deal
In rural Appalachia, can health care become the new coal?
Tamara Keith and Stuart Rothenberg on George H.W. Bush