Why the US is the world's sickest country: Meyerson; Virus-time TV: Taylor; Sandra Bland Remembered

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The US accounts for 4 per cent of the world’s population, but 25 per cent of the people who have come down with COVID-19 and 25 percent of those who’ve died from it. How did the richest country in the world --that spends the most on health care--become the sickest? Harold Meyerson comments. Also: in our 'news you can use' segment, Ella Taylor talks about the new L.A. noir detective show, “Perry Mason”--and about the wonderful HBO series "My Brilliant Friend," about two girls growing up poor in Naples in the Fifties. Also later in this hour: Black Lives Matter, and Sandra Bland’s was one of them. This week is the fifth anniversary of the death of Sandra Bland in a Texas jail—July 13, 2015. What happened to Sandra Bland? To understand that, you have to begin way before she died. Debbie Nathan reports on the life, as well as the death, of Sandra Bland.

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