PBS NewsHour full episode, Sept. 18. 2020

Friday on the NewsHour, President Trump and Joe Biden make campaign stops in a new battleground state: Minnesota. Plus: Minnesota’s political evolution, the Trump administration’s fight against Chinese social media apps, the outlook for peace in Afghanistan, political analysis with Mark Shields and David Brooks, honoring COVID-19 victims and medical professionals find solace in music.

Correction: The Vote 2020 campaign update opening the show mistakenly refers to Minneapolis city council member Jeremiah Ellison as James Ellison. We regret the error.

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Biden, Trump campaign in Minnesota as early voting begins

News Wrap: CDC revises guidance about virus testing

How northern Minnesota became a political battleground

Why the Trump administration is banning TikTok and WeChat

Can Afghanistan-Taliban talks end America’s longest war?

Shields and Brooks on politics in science, Biden’s messaging

Remembering 5 victims of the coronavirus pandemic

Medical professionals turn to music making as a tonic

Remembering Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg,

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