The Wisconsin Supreme Court Ruled In-Person Voting Must Proceed Tuesday Despite The Coronavirus Pandemic
Democrats had tried to postpone the primary election, citing low voter turnout and the potential to spread the virus.
Congress passed a law suspending payments on federally held student loans until Sept. 30, but whether your loans qualify is tough to answer on your own.
"[T]he President’s dead of night decision puts our country and national security at even greater risk," said Rep. Adam Schiff, the top Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee, after news broke that Trump would be firing Michael Atkinson.
Trump emphasized that wearing a mask to slow the spread of the coronavirus is voluntary under a new CDC recommendation.
The Supreme Court Is Delaying Arguments Again — Why Don’t They Just Do A Videoconference Like The Rest Of Us?
One group is launching an ad campaign urging the justices to hold arguments over releasing President Donald Trump’s financial records via teleconference.
The White House announced a nominee for the DC Circuit on Friday. The Senate Judiciary Committee hasn’t decided yet how to handle new nominations, which usually involve in-person testimony.
“I’ve Never Seen Anything Like This”: Doctors Without Enough Ventilators Are Being Told Whom To Save During The Coronavirus Pandemic
“I watched like three people die on Saturday — nothing we can do. Zero," one New York City doctor told BuzzFeed News.
The FDA Is Easing Its Ban On Blood Donations From Gay And Bisexual Men Because Of The Coronavirus Pandemic
“The COVID-19 pandemic has caused unprecedented challenges to the US blood supply,” the FDA said Thursday.
The presidential campaign is now almost completely digital, a space where Biden has long lagged and Trump has flourished.
During the pandemic, the Daily Telegraph continues to sell space to China to push the party line.
Eleven states plus the District of Columbia are allowing a special open enrollment period that will allow people to sign up for insurance. The Trump administration is declining to do so nationally.
The White House Is Warning The US Could Expect At Least 100,000 Deaths From Coronavirus Despite Social Distancing
“We really believe and hope every day we can do a lot better than that, because that’s not assuming 100% [cooperation from] every American,” Dr. Deborah Birx said.
Texas’s Ban On Abortions During The Coronavirus Outbreak Can Go Back Into Effect Following An Appeals Court Ruling
A federal judge had put a temporary hold on the state’s abortion ban, but an appeals court overturned the ruling Tuesday.
Members Of Congress Got Tested For The Coronavirus Despite Not Showing Symptoms, And Now We Know How
Widespread guidelines have said only those with symptoms should get tested due to nationwide shortages.
Reproductive rights groups have sued five states, including Texas, Alabama, Oklahoma, Iowa, Indiana, and Ohio, for banning abortions as part of their coronavirus-mitigation strategies.
People Are Bailing Out Inmates From New York City's Biggest Jail, Where The Coronavirus Outbreak Is Skyrocketing
“It’s manifestly unfair to expose people to potentially fatal illness,” said a lawyer working on the crowdfunding effort.
The Coronavirus Pandemic Has Set Off A Massive Expansion Of Government Surveillance. Civil Libertarians Aren't Sure What To Do.
As nations around the world take on sweeping new powers to fight the disease, critics aren't sure what's necessary and what's too far.
The KN95 mask is a Chinese alternative to the scarce N95 mask, but the FDA refuses to allow it into the country.
Quiet nights in the unreal city.
Nearly A Fifth Of Religious Americans Say They Are Still Attending Services, Despite The Coronavirus Pandemic
Seventeen percent of respondents to a recent poll said they were still attending worship services in person.
Lenders will have to immediately stop requiring payments and accruing interest on federally held student loans after President Trump signed the new coronavirus aid bill into law.
It is the largest emergency relief package in American history.
A Single Republican Is Forcing Hundreds Of Members To Come Back To Washington For The Coronavirus Aid Vote
Kentucky Rep. Thomas Massie will call for a recorded vote, requiring at least 216 members to make the trek to the Capitol to pass the $2 trillion coronavirus relief bill.
“We had a single bottle of Lysol spray, which I finished using three days ago, since we're constantly cleaning the counters."
This Southern County Is Blocking All Visitors — Even Part-Time Residents — During The Coronavirus Pandemic
Visitors often outnumber residents in Dare County, North Carolina. With only one hospital, the county is setting up roadblocks to keep visitors out.
"It’s unconscionable that the Texas Attorney General is exploiting this pandemic to end abortion in the state."
5 Ways To Protect Our Election During The Coronavirus Pandemic, According To A New Bipartisan Election Emergency Task Force
“Prepare for the worst.”
The $2 trillion economic recovery bill still needs to pass the House. Americans making less than $99,000 per year will get some amount of payment under the legislation.
Trump Said Democrats And The Media Want To Keep Businesses Closed To Hurt His Reelection, Not Protect From The Coronavirus
Public health experts say it’s vital that people stay home to help stop the spread of the coronavirus.
Right-Wing Influencers Are Convinced Dr. Anthony Fauci Is Working With Hillary Clinton To Undermine Donald Trump
The fringe debates whether the coronavirus is the real deep state plot — or the federal government's response to it.