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Biden Surges Past Trump As Just 34% Of Independents Approve Of White House Coronavirus Response

Only a third of independent voters approve of the way Donald Trump has handled the coronavirus outbreak in the United States.

Brett Kavanaugh Leads Conservative SCOTUS Majority In Blocking Extended Voting In Wisconsin

Republicans are constantly and brazenly making it harder for folks to exercise their right to vote – even in the midst of a pandemic.

Doctor Goes On Fox News And Blasts Trump For Pushing 'Quack' Coronavirus Cures

While medical experts call hydroxychloroquine a quack treatment, Trump and Giuliani have been promoting it as a miracle cure.

Trump Breaks Down And Claims HHS Report Showing His Coronavirus Failure Is A Political Plot

Trump claimed that an HHS IG report revealing that hospitals still lack testing and supplies is wrong and a political plot to get him.

Wisconsin’s Supreme Court rules along partisan lines to require the state to hold its election on Tuesday

Republicans have fought tooth and nail to make it hard to vote in this election.

Coronavirus Death Toll In U.S. Surpasses 10,000

More than 337,000 cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed nationwide, and over 1.2 million have been reported globally.

Trump Administration Report Details Havoc For Hospitals Dealing With COVID-19

Had Trump not downplayed the crisis for two months, critics say, hospitals might have been prepared for the pandemic.

Pelosi on SCOTUS Wisconsin ruling: 'undermining our democracy', 'shameful'

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi talks with Rachel Maddow about a U.S. Supreme Court ruling that will force many Wisconsinites to vote in person on Tuesday if they wish to participate in elections despit

NYT: Trump aide Navarro warned of pandemic risks in January

The New York Times reports that Trump trader adviser Peter Navarro warned in January that a coronavirus pandemic could create 'hundreds of thousands of deaths and trillions of dollars in economic l

Boris Johnson Moved to Intensive Care; Foreign Minister Deputized

The prime minister is in a debilitating battle after contracting a virus he initially viewed with characteristic nonchalance.

Trade Adviser Warned White House in January of Risks of a Pandemic

A memo from Peter Navarro is the most direct warning known to have circulated at a key moment among top administration officials.

‘Swept Up by FEMA’: Complicated Medical Supply System Sows Confusion …

WASHINGTON — In Massachusetts, state leaders said they had confirmed a vast order of personal protective equipment for their health workers; then the Trump administration took control of the shipme

Trump’s Aggressive Advocacy of Malaria Drug for Treating Coronavirus Divides Medical Community

While Dr. Anthony Fauci has urged caution in using hydroxychloroquine, some doctors are prescribing it to patients who have the virus despite the fact it has never been tested for it.

Wisconsin Supreme Court blocks order by governor to stop Tuesday’s elections in state’s latest whipsaw

Democratic Gov. Tony Evers cited the growing threat of the coronavirus pandemic as he sought to postpone voting to June 9 despite opposition among GOP lawmakers.

Supreme Court splits along ideological lines in Wisconsin ballot case

The justices did not bridge their usual divisions in a case with partisan implications.

Analysis | What you need to know from Monday’s White House coronavirus briefing

Fauci downplays the idea of getting 'back to normal’ pre-vaccine, and more.

Coronavirus government response updates: Trump, task force say mitigation is working

The White House coronavirus task force warns Americans to brace for a moment like 9/11 or Pearl Harbor. President Donald Trump pushes unproven antimalarial drug.

Trump, other top officials yet to don masks in public despite announcing CDC guidelines

The president and members of the coronavirus task force have yet to wear masks, participating in daily press conferences sans any facial covering.

Wisconsin Supreme Court blocks order by governor suspending in-person voting, putting Tuesday's election back on track

Wisconsin's Democratic governor suspends in-person voting for Tuesday's election over coronavirus concerns, escalating tensions with the GOP.

Coronavirus map: Tracking the spread in the US and around the world -…

Coronavirus explainedEarly cases of COVID-19 are believed to be linked to a live-animal market in Wuhan, China. By Tuesday, the novel coronavirus outbreak in the United States had grown to at least

Wisconsin Democrats chair bashes Supreme Court decision on voting: 'I am about to explode'

The chair of Wisconsin's state Democratic Party on Monday blasted a U.S. Supreme Court decision that required all absentee ballots be posted by Tuesday to be counted in the state's election.

There's No Plan For End of Coronavirus Crisis | RealClearPolitics

There's No Plan For End of Coronavirus Crisis | RealClearPolitics

Glimmers of hope ignite financial markets even as coronavirus deaths pass 10,000

Financial markets soared Tuesday on investor perceptions that the coronavirus is spreading more slowly and that the United States might soon move beyond the worst effects.

Rise in searches for 'How to set fire' a sign insurance fraud beckons as economy crashes

Internet search queries for "how to set fire" are spiking amid the downturn from the coronavirus pandemic, which experts say is a sign that some people may be planning to commit insurance fraud.

'Heartbroken': Body of Robert F. Kennedy’s granddaughter found while young son still missing

The body of Maeve Kennedy Townsend McKean has been found by divers after she and her son went missing in a presumed canoe accident.

Modly Issues Apology To The Navy, CPT Crozier And USS Roosevelt Crew

Thomas Modly issued an apology Monday after a transcript and audio of a speech criticizing former USS Theodore Roosevelt Captain Brett Crozier went public.

Coronavirus Model Leveraged By White House Dramatically Reduced Its Estimates

A coronavirus projection model that has informed the White House's response to the pandemic sharply reduced its estimations after data from Italy and Spain.

Dem Leader of Armed Services Panel Calls for Navy Secretary's Firing

Smith called for the removal of Acting Navy Secretary Thomas Modly on Monday over his decision to fire Navy Capt. Brett Crozier.

Donald Trump Opens Up USNS Comfort to Coronavirus Patients

President Donald Trump said Monday that he would open up the USNS medical ship Comfort to coronavirus patients in New York and New Jersey.

BREAKING: Wisconsin Supreme Court Overturns Liberal Governor's Last Minute Call to Postpone Elections

On Monday Wisconsin liberal Governor Tony Evers suspended Tuesday’s state election until June. This was a reversal from his stated position just days ago. It could be because the Democrat candidate

Rachel Maddow Slams GOP Governors For Turning Their States Into Ticking Coronavirus Time Bombs

A handful of states run by Republican governors still haven't issued stay-at-home orders as the coronavirus outbreak worsens across the country.

Ginsburg Blasts Conservative Justices Who Blocked Wisconsin’s Absentee Voting Extension

"Either they will have to brave the polls," Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg wrote in her dissent, "or they will lose their right to vote."

Pelosi emphasizes need for coronavirus leadership as Congress considers further relief

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi talks with Rachel Maddow about work Congress is doing on providing economic relief to Americans hurt by the coronavirus crisis, and the need for Donald Trump to put someo

White House Adviser Warned of Risks of Pandemic; Trump Misleads on Testing

Britain’s prime minister, Boris Johnson, has been moved to intensive care, and the Supreme Court rejected an extension of Wisconsin’s voting deadline.

‘What do you have to lose?’: Inside Trump’s embrace of a risky drug against coronavirus

The president is pushing the anti-malarial drug, hydroxychloroquine, despite warnings from some public health officials about dangerous side effects and uncertain results.

The Coronavirus Crisis in Retrospect | RealClearPolitics

The Coronavirus Crisis in Retrospect | RealClearPolitics

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