(NEW YORK) -- Former Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang is facing backlash from the Asian American community for his column in The Washington Post last week addressing racism surrounding the novel coronavirus.The article, titled "W...

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(WASHINGTON) -- President Donald Trump fired the Inspector General of the Intelligence Community, Michael Atkinson, Friday, saying he no longer had confidence in him. His termination quickly drew the ire of top Democrats. Atkinson wa...

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(WASHINGTON) -- The White House announced Friday that it plans to designate $100 billion in emergency spending approved by Congress to reimburse hospitals and other health care providers for treating the estimated 28 million people who are...

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(WASHINGTON) -- Across the U.S. banking industry, officials scrambled overnight to stand up a massive new government-backed lending program to help small businesses ravaged by the coronavirus pandemic and many were unable to make it happen by the Fri...

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(WASHINGTON) -- Wisconsin's primary elections are moving forward as scheduled on Tuesday amid the coronavirus pandemic.And despite conflicting guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention about limited larges gatherings, both...

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(WASHINGTON) -- Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg isn't letting COVID-19 disrupt her world famous workouts.The 87-year-old justice is still doing her planks and leg lifts inside the US Supreme Court at a "limited private space" set up for exercise...

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(WASHINGTON) -- As the coronavirus task force weighs additional measures to take amid the pandemic, President Donald Trump continues to resist a nationwide stay-at-home directive, despite his top health official stressing more strongly than ever that...

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(SACRAMENTO, Calif.) -- When it comes to handling the coronavirus crisis, California Gov. Gavin Newsom anticipates his state will need to "rely disproportionately" on themselves instead of the federal government.California, which is the most...

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(WASHINGTON) -- The Defense Department has been tasked with providing 85 refrigerated trucks and 100,000 body bags to assist state health agencies with mortuary affairs due to the coronavirus pandemic. The requests, made by the Federal Emerge...

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(NEW YORK) -- Fewer than half of Americans believe their regular daily routine will return to normal by June 1 amid sharply rising concerns over contracting the novel coronavirus, according to a new ABC News/Ipsos poll released Friday.In the...

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(WASHINGTON) -- As the nation confronts a fast-moving novel coronavirus pandemic, millions of Americans are fighting another crisis at home: joblessness and a loss of health insurance.It's a toxic mix that threatens to widen the scope of the...

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(WASHINGTON) -- The Democratic National Committee postponed the party's national convention to the week of Aug. 17 over the coronavirus crisis, as the pandemic wreaks havoc on the 2020 election.The organizers behind the convention pushed back...

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(WASHINGTON) -- President Donald Trump's campaign is calling on former Attorney General Jeff Sessions to stop "misleadingly" tying himself to the president amid his bid to recapture his Alabama senate seat, calling the effort "delusional.”...

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(WASHINGTON) -- The coronavirus outbreak in the United States has wreaked havoc on the presidential primary calendar, upending elections at least fifteen states, plans for summer nominating conventions and how millions of Americans will cast ballots....

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