Despite The Coronavirus Outbreak, Senators Said They Will Keep Going To The Capitol And Voting Together
“There is what I consider the obligation of example and reassurance,” said Sen. Kevin Cramer. “And I think us being here provides that.”
Reps. Mario Diaz-Balart, a Florida Republican, and Utah Democrat Ben McAdams have become the first members of Congress to announce they tested positive for COVID-19.
Trump Translated His English-Only Guidance On The Coronavirus Into Spanish After Members Of Congress Complained
“It is not only cruel but irresponsible for this Administration to not make critical public health information accessible to everyone — in a language they can understand and trust."
Once signed into law by Trump, the over $100 billion bill will provide some sick leave, childcare leave, and a variety of other measures. But negotiations over a much larger bill to save the economy have just begun.
Trump Announced New Measures To Fight The Coronavirus And Also Said It Wasn't Racist To Keep Calling It The "China Virus"
As Chinese Americans face increased hate crimes, the president argued, “It’s not racist at all.”
While debating if the pandemic pales compared to the flu or is worth a lockdown, hyperpartisan media agrees that the president is doing fine.
“The image of over 430 members and approximately 100 staffers clustered together on the House floor during votes is inconsistent with public health guidance.”
Marie Newman, who lost to Rep. Dan Lipinski by just two points in 2018, just beat the incumbent.
The presidential election feels halted as we wait for a coronavirus disaster.
This post will be updated as results come in.
An ESPN official said in a blog post that although the network doesn't have rebroadcast rights for old games typically, it is "exploring that possibility for events and content that we don’t have re-air rights already."
“A functioning democracy should not have this,” one person trying to vote in the primary said.
Dozens of government contracts awarded in recent weeks reveal how the administration is trying to deal with the spread of the virus.
The move late the night before the presidential primary comes after hours of confusion.
"One of my good friends pointed out to me I could starve to death because I don't know how to cook," the former New York City mayor said.
Ohio's Governor Recommended His State Move Tuesday's Presidential Primary Because Of The Coronavirus
Ohio may still be required to hold its primary, however, and other states with presidential primaries Tuesday — Arizona, Florida, and Illinois — are moving forward.
Medicare For All And Paid Sick Leave Are Often Dismissed As Impractical. Progressives Say The Coronavirus Proves They’re Not.
“They're practical, they're necessary, and we can afford them because the cost of not doing them is way more unaffordable.”
Mitt Romney Wants The Government To Give Every American Adult $1,000 During The Coronavirus Outbreak
A rare Mitt Romney–Andrew Yang alliance.
Bernie Sanders said in the debate in DC that he would do the same "in all likelihood" if he won the Democratic primary.
Bernie Sanders faces long odds to defeat Joe Biden in Ohio, a state where one of his top allies has gone up against an establishment leader for years.
The National Education Association made the endorsement on Saturday. Other large teachers unions have avoided making endorsements on behalf of their members thus far.
A Senator From The State Hit Hardest By The Coronavirus Is “So Angry And Frustrated” With Trump For Not Responding Sooner
Washington Sen. Patty Murray has been pushing the Trump administration to take action to fight the coronavirus since January.
Trump Said He Won't Self-Isolate After Coming Into Contact With Someone With The Coronavirus But He'll "Most Likely" Get Tested
Trump said he will likely get tested, but not because he came into contact with someone who later tested positive for COVID-19.
China’s English-language propaganda machine has finally found its way into the American digital feedback loop.
Several states had been pleading with Trump to declare a state of emergency to help them fight the outbreak.
"He might well try, even though the answer is, 'No, he cannot.'"
Louisiana is delaying its April 4 presidential primary. Some other states are assessing plans.
How do you live when you don’t trust your leader to do the right thing?
The CDC did not respond to a request for comment to confirm it would follow through.
The US is at a “severe disadvantage” when it comes to treating citizens who test positive for the coronavirus because the country doesn’t provide health care to all citizens, he said.