Tuesday on the NewsHour, Capitol Hill has a very busy day as the House pushes a vote to nullify the president’s national emergency declaration and Michael Cohen testifies before a Senate committee. Plus: Trump and Kim Jong Un meet in Vietnam, tensions escalate between India and Pakistan, congressional hearings on child separations at the border and drug prices, a divided NATO and Meg Wolitzer.
WATCH TODAY’S SEGMENTS:
Trump challenged by House resolution and Cohen testimony
News Wrap: Theresa May opens door for delaying Brexit
Can U.S.-Vietnam reconciliation offer model for North Korea?
Why Kashmir remains an open wound between India, Pakistan
What congressional hearing on family separations revealed
Drug companies defend rising prices in Senate hearing
Former NATO head on ‘very serious’ U.S., Europe divide
‘The Wife’ author Meg Wolitzer answers your questions
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