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Martha McSally calls on WHO director to resign

Martha McSally calls on WHO director to resign

Gov. Bill Lee orders Tennesseans to stay at home as state continues to fight spread of coronavirus

Gov. Bill Lee orders Tennesseans to stay at home as state continues to fight spread of coronavirus

Gov. J.B. Pritzker enlists Illinois celebrities to encourage residents to stay home as state announces 16 more deaths, 715 new cases of coronavirus

Gov. J.B. Pritzker enlists Illinois celebrities to encourage residents to stay home as state announces 16 more deaths, 715 new cases of coronavirus

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Coronavirus crisis raises specter of civil unrest, experts say

Coronavirus crisis raises specter of civil unrest, experts say

The United States has yet to see civil unrest, but looting and rioting are possible as the pandemic sets in for the long haul, according to crime, economic, and behavioral experts. “What will likely prompt looting, rioting, civil unrest will be if public services are…
Friday, April 3, 2020
Trump warns against ‘endless, partisan investigations’ after Pelosi creates coronavirus oversight panel

Trump warns against ‘endless, partisan investigations’ after Pelosi creates coronavirus oversight panel

President Trump warned against "partisan investigations" of his administration as it works to stem the spread of the coronavirus. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi announced on Thursday a plan to create a special oversight panel to oversee the distribution of billions of federal dollars dedicated to…
Friday, April 3, 2020
Federal judge blisters Gov. Tony Evers and GOP lawmakers for not delaying Wisconsin’s election

Federal judge blisters Gov. Tony Evers and GOP lawmakers for not delaying Wisconsin’s election

MADISON - A federal judge slammed Gov. Tony Evers and lawmakers Wednesday for ignoring their responsibilities by not postponing next week's election because of the coronavirus pandemic as the Democratic governor prepared to deploy the National Guard to help at the polls. "The State of…
Thursday, April 2, 2020
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Biden and Trump could emerge from coronavirus campaign pause facing changed electoral map

Biden and Trump could emerge from coronavirus campaign pause facing changed electoral map

Joe Biden and President Trump have essentially put major campaigning on pause during the coronavirus outbreak. But, when the crisis shutdowns ends, the Electoral College map could have key battlegrounds altered by the pandemic fallout. “The question is, 'What's the health and status of the…
Thursday, April 2, 2020
Pelosi pushes ‘SALT shakeup’ stimulus that could reduce her tax bill and enrich her wealthy district

Pelosi pushes ‘SALT shakeup’ stimulus that could reduce her tax bill and enrich her wealthy district

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., is pushing for a new stimulus bill that would roll back the state and local tax deduction (SALT), a proposal that would predominantly help wealthy individuals — including most residents in Pelosi's district and perhaps even Pelosi herself. A 2019…
Thursday, April 2, 2020
Schiff wants coronavirus commission to investigate federal response to pandemic

Schiff wants coronavirus commission to investigate federal response to pandemic

Democratic Rep. Adam Schiff suggested the creation of a commission to examine the federal government's response to the coronavirus pandemic that has sickened thousands of U.S. citizens. “We will need to delay the work of the commission until the crisis has abated to ensure that…
Thursday, April 2, 2020
Abortion in Texas will resume, despite attorney general orders

Abortion in Texas will resume, despite attorney general orders

A federal judge halted Texas's temporary ban on abortion on Monday afternoon, allowing the procedure to resume despite the state's suspension of "non-essential" procedures, which explicitly included pregnancy termination. "Patients will suffer serious and irreparable harm in the absence of a temporary restraining order," wrote…
Tuesday, March 31, 2020
Planned Parenthood offering ‘abortion services only’ in Pennsylvania after ban on elective surgeries

Planned Parenthood offering ‘abortion services only’ in Pennsylvania after ban on elective surgeries

Planned Parenthood clinics in eastern and central Pennsylvania will provide "abortion services only" following a statewide ban on elective surgeries amid the coronavirus pandemic. Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf signed guidance banning all elective surgeries in the state earlier in March. As the order did not…
Tuesday, March 31, 2020

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