Wednesday on the NewsHour, what the State of the Union reveals about the divergent political priorities of both parties. Also: The possibility and challenge of ending HIV in the U.S. by 2030, the second nuclear summit between the U.S. and North Korea scheduled for the end of the month, and how nature inspires better technology.
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WATCH TODAY’S SEGMENTS:
State of the Union reaction splits along party lines
News Wrap: House committee reopens Russia probe
Putting Trump’s State of the Union statements in context
These priorities top Democrats’ legislative to-do list
How realistic is Trump’s pledge to end HIV in the U.S.?
What’s the strategy behind Trump’s second summit with Kim?
How this Thai educational movement empowers rural students
How cutting-edge engineering borrows nature’s innovations
Uneaten college cafeteria meals help fight food insecurity