Two members of the Wisconsin Elections Commission voiced their concerns in a letter to the leaders of the state’s GOP-controlled legislature ahead of Tuesday’s primary.
The former New York mayor is part of a chorus of prominent pro-Trump voices who at first downplayed the severity of the virus and then embraced possible cures.
President Trump again characterized the federal stockpile as “backup” and put the onus on states to secure ventilators.
Democrats strongly condemned Trump's decision to fire the intelligence community inspector general, Michael Atkinson, as the nation grapples with the coronavirus crisis.
The unemployed have other options to get insurance, but it’s expensive.
Trump’s machinations have a dogged showman’s quality, trying to erase memories from his two months of playing down the covid-19 threat.
There’s new pressure on the Trump administration to close the parks.
The 30-second spot, in support of the Republican’s reelection bid in Kentucky, underscores how dramatically the pandemic has reshaped the election season.
The president took a newly somber tone — and contradicted many of his previous assessments of the virus — as he urged residents to follow measures aimed at limiting the spread of covid-19.
Campaign officials briefed the president in recent days about their fears of reopening the economy too soon, arguing that a spike in deaths could be even more politically damaging in November than the current economic downturn.
In this edition: Questions and answers about a pandemic-era election, what New York’s primary delay means for the Democrats, and new polls finding the president still underwater despite the crisis.
The New York governor’s news conference has become daily viewing for many Americans.
Gains by the president have shrunk a lead Biden enjoyed a month ago and his voters are more enthusiastic than Biden’s
The new law amounts to the largest emergency spending measure in U.S. history.
The president signed a memorandum requiring the company to “accept, perform and prioritize” federal government contracts for production of the much-needed medical equipment.
The industry’s trade group, the Cruise Lines International Association, acknowledged Thursday that the major cruise lines weren’t included in the package, despite meeting with Vice President Mike Pence and a phone call from Micky Arison, chairman of the Carnival Corp., to President Trump.
The president’s upbeat assessment conflicts with warnings from public health experts that abandoning the current restrictions too soon could be potentially catastrophic.
A cadre of right-wing outlets is laying the groundwork for Trump to disregard experts on his own coronavirus task force.
Trump’s feud with the Utah Republican dates to 2012 but took on new vitriol with Romney’s vote for impeachment conviction.
The measure would deliver historic levels of emergency aid across the economy, including to households, businesses, cities and states. It would expand unemployment insurance benefits and direct more money to cash-strapped hospitals. The bill now goes to the House of Representatives for consideration. This is a developing story. It will be updated.
A provision pushed by Democrats also applies to members of Congress and other federal officials. The Senate is expected to vote Wednesday on the massive legislation.
Zenly has a new leaderboard, Instagram is promoting a Stay Home sticker and Foursquare Swarm is making major changes.
Ex-staffers describe what they call blunders by the Sanders campaign in South Carolina and beyond, saying they tried to raise the alarm. The disconnection with black voters continues to limit Sanders’s influence.
Health experts in the administration push a worldview grounded in data and evidence in a West Wing where the president has mused about a “miracle” cure.
«Life is fragile, and economies are fragile,» Trump said Monday.
Public health experts warn that easing social distancing measures risks accelerating the spread of the disease or even causing it to rebound.
In tweets and retweets, the president argued that “WE CANNOT LET THE CURE BE WORSE THAN THE PROBLEM ITSELF,” reflecting concerns about the impact on the economy.
‘He is feeling fine and is in quarantine,’ his office said Sunday. ‘He is asymptomatic and was tested out of an abundance of caution due to his extensive travel and events.’
A nearly $2 trillion stimulus bill to save the nation's economy from the coronavirus outbreak faces key decisions on Capitol Hill amid sparring between Republicans and Democrats.
Many officials across the country complain that President Trump does not have a coherent or ready plan to confront a crisis that could soon push the nation’s health-care system to the brink of collapse.
The senator from Vermont is discussing the future with his wife Jane and other confidants.