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March 10 primaries: Live results

The race is now Joe Biden vs. Bernie Sanders, and six states held primaries or caucuses.

Joe Biden wins Washington state — showing just how much momentum he’s picked up

Sanders previously won the state’s caucuses handily in 2016.

‘Try Getting It Yourselves,’ Trump Tells Governors About Medical Equipment

The president was speaking to governors on a conference call as COVID-19 cases increase across the country.

Trump On His Response To Coronavirus: 'I'd Rate It A 10'

The remarks about addressing the COVID-19 outbreak came the same day that the stock market hit -3,000 points.

Trump Urges Limits Amid Pandemic, but Stops Short of National Mandates

President Trump issued national guidelines that included closing schools and avoiding bars, restaurants and groups of more than 10 as he prepared for months of upheaval.

America’s Economy Begins to Shut Down as Pandemic Measures Take Hold

The fast-spreading virus has put an end to movies, date nights and other economic activity, prompting some economists to call a U.S. recession.

White House Takes New Line After Dire Report on Death Toll

Federal guidelines warned against gatherings of more than 10 people as a London report predicted high fatalities in the U.S. without drastic action.

Election live updates: After one-on-one debate, Biden and Sanders to stage ‘virtual’ events ahead of four more key primaries

Following their first one-on-debate, former vice president Joe Biden and Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) continue to navigate the coronavirus crisis as they seek to reach voters in Arizona, Florida, Il

Congressional leaders, administration push swift action on third coronavirus relief bill with major economic stimulus

Congressional leaders are starting work on a third coronavirus relief package, this one likely to contain major economic stimulus for industry and individual Americans. The passage could be massive

Ohio governor announces polls will be closed Tuesday over coronavirus

Republican Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine announced late Monday night that polls will be closed in the state on Tuesday as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.

March 17 coronavirus news - CNN

As the coronavirus continues to spread, millions are under lockdown in Europe as some Asian countries close schools and non-essential businesses, and curb travel. Follow here for the latest news an

White House advises public to avoid groups of more than 10, asks people to stay away from bars and restaurants

The White House advised all Americans to avoid groups of more than 10 and urged older people to stay at home in a set of new guidelines designed to fight a spreading coronavirus outbreak.

Our Coronavirus Sports Blackout May Be Just Beginning | RealClearPolitics

Our Coronavirus Sports Blackout May Be Just Beginning | RealClearPolitics

Trump's Deadly Lack of Leadership | RealClearPolitics

Trump's Deadly Lack of Leadership | RealClearPolitics

Trump Is Tansforming Healthcare During COVID-19 Crisis | RealClearPolitics

Trump Is Tansforming Healthcare During COVID-19 Crisis | RealClearPolitics

Kentucky Derby Postponed For First Time Since 1945 Due To Coronavirus

The 146th running of the Kentucky Derby will be postponed in response to the spread of the coronavirus, multiple sources reported Monday evening.

Ohio Primary To Be Delayed After Push From Governor Mike DeWine

Republican Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine announced Monday he will be close the polls for the primary elections in the state, as the coronavirus continues to spread.

Coronavirus: Rod Blagojevich Urges Illinois to Cancel Primaries

Former Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich is calling on his successor to prevent the spread of the Coronavirus by cancelling the state's primary.

New York Times Authors Deceptively Edit Trump Quote on Medical Ventilators

At least eight New York Times journalists shared a deceptively edited quote from President Trump to discredit his COVID-19 response.

President Trump Can Solve the Shortage of Ventilators Now

The president could use national emergency powers to address the problem of an insufficient number of ventilators available.

Game of Thrones Star Announces He Has Tested Positive for Coronavirus

Kristofer Hivju, who played Tormund Giantsbane on Game of Thrones, has tested positive for the coronavirus. Hivju and his family are currently self-quarantined at his home in Norway. The actor wrot

John Durham Charges Man with Threatening to Assault and Murder Adam Schiff

John Durham US Attorney General Bill Barr appointed US Attorney from Connecticut John Durham almost one year ago to investigate the origins of Spygate and he still has not indicted any of the Deep

HUGE! New Study Reveals Taking Chloroquine Fights Off COVID-19 in 6 Days and Works as Preventative for Coronavirus Infection

On Monday Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, announced that the first trial vaccine for the coronavirus is now being tested.   The trial takin

Update: House Finally Approves "Technical Corrections" to Coronavirus Response Bill

Update: The House Monday evening finally approved the “technical corrections” to Coronavirus response bill by unanimous consent and it’s now heading to the Senate. House just approved the “technica

Trump's Coronavirus Incompetence Is Crushing Him In Key States As Biden Leads In Arizona And Ohio

Donald Trump's stunning mismanagement of the coronavirus pandemic appears to be hurting his reelection chances in a pair of crucial states.

It looks like Ohio’s primary won’t be happening on Tuesday after all

Gov. Mike DeWine said the state’s health director would declare a health emergency and close the polls.

Crackdown on Southern Border Is Planned; U.S. Records 100th Death

The stock market partially rebounded as the federal government considered a broader $850 billion stimulus proposal, including the idea of sending direct payments to Americans.

Ohio governor says state will order primary polls closed Tuesday, citing ‘health emergency’ from coronavirus

In three other states with elections Tuesday, poll workers continued to cancel plans to show up, more voting locations were closed and officials worried that many voters would stay home.

Regal Cinemas Closes All of Their 500+ Theaters Nationwide Amid Coronavirus Pandemic

Regal Cinemas has closed all of their over 500 theaters in the United States to help stop the spread of the Chinese coronavirus. The theaters, which are in 42 states, had attempted to encourage soc

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