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Trump Thinks Laura Ingraham Is A More Credible Medical Expert Than Dr. Anthony Fauci

Trump appears to be listening to Laura Ingraham, a Fox News host, over Dr. Anthony Fauci, the nation's highest ranking infectious disease expert.

Trump's Favorite Poll Shows His Approval Rating Plunging To Lowest Point Of The Year

The numbers represent the lowest approval and highest disapproval rating the president has had in the poll since last fall.

The US is now the country with the most confirmed coronavirus deaths

America has now recorded more than 20,000 deaths, surpassing Italy. That number will rise.

De Blasio Says NYC Schools Will Stay Closed Through June. Cuomo Says That's 'His Opinion.'

Shortly after the mayor announced that schools would be closed through the academic year, the governor questioned de Blasio's authority to make that deci...

Cuomo: It 'makes no sense' to close New York City schools without considering other areas

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo said that Mayor Bill de Blasio's decision to close schools amid the coronavirus outbreak "makes no sense" if he did not consider other localities in the metropolitan

Cuomo dismisses calls to replace Biden in presidential race as 'irrelevant'

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo said that the calls for him to consider replacing Joe Biden as the Democratic nominee in the 2020 presidential race are "flattering" but "irrelevant."

Gov. Cuomo is getting 'best minds' together to assess how to reopen New York

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo said a team of the "best minds" would be assembled to examine how to reopen the state and prevent a possible second wave of the coronavirus outbreak.

Coronavirus in N.Y.: Cuomo Urges Caution on Reopening State’s Economy

Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo also said Mayor Bill de Blasio lacked the authority to close New York City’s schools for the rest of the academic year.

Coronavirus Live Updates: Total Number of Confirmed Deaths in U.S. Surpasses Italy

For the first time, the government has declared all 50 states a major disaster for the same event. Some pastors plan to hold Easter services despite stay-at-home guidance.

India to Extend Lockdown Against Coronavirus, While Spain Eases Work Rules

China is delaying medical equipment exports for quality checks. A Times investigation examines President Trump’s delays in facing the crisis. Murders fall in Latin America.

Nearly 2,000 Dead as Coronavirus Ravages Nursing Homes in N.Y. Region

The facilities knew that frail and aging residents were especially vulnerable to the outbreak, but they were unable to stop it.

GOP leaders refuse Democrats’ coronavirus demands, won’t negotiate over small-business lending

“Republicans reject Democrats’ reckless threat to continue blocking job-saving funding unless we renegotiate unrelated programs which are not in similar peril,” the joint statement said. “This will

Analysis | Trump’s new ad attacking Biden on China is a complete and utter mess

The ad apparently mistakes an American official for a Chinese one, takes Biden's quotes completely out of context, and attack Biden for saying things that are very similar to what Trump has said.

Global deaths from virus soar past 100,000, but spread in U.S. may be slowing

The coronavirus pandemic has now caused more than 100,000 deaths worldwide, but the widespread practice of social distancing may be slowing its spread in the U.S.

Analysis: America can't beat the coronavirus crisis until we fix what really ails us

After the devastation of Hurricane Katrina, jazz trumpeter Wynton Marsalis said of his hometown: "At this time all New Orleanians need the nation to unite in a deafening crescendo of affirmation to

NYC schools: The mayor and governor are at odds over whether they're closed for the school year

New York City's mayor said Saturday the city's public school buildings will remain closed through the end of the year because of coronavirus concerns -- but the governor later said no decision abou

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

Cuomo says 'no decision' after NYC mayor declares schools closed for rest of academic year

New York City public schools will stay closed for the remainder of the school year, with Mayor Bill de Blasio (D) calling it a "public health decision."

New York City public schools won't reopen until September

New York City public schools will be closed through the remainder of the school year because of the coronavirus pandemic.

Governors call for $500B to offset 'catastrophic damage' to state economies

America's governors are calling on Congress to give them $500 billion to keep their state budgets from going broke amid the coronavirus crisis.

WSJ: China Floods Facebook and Twitter with Chinese Virus Disinformation

In a recent article, the Wall Street Journal outlines how China has begun spreading viral messages in an attempt to shape the narrative of the Wuhan coronavirus pandemic. The communist country's st

Former GOP Chair Blasts Republicans For Only Wanting Mail-In Voting For Their Supporters

Former RNC chair Michael Steele blasted Republicans on Saturday for following Donald Trump off a cliff on access to mail-in voting.

U.S. now has the most coronavirus deaths, surpassing Italy

NEW: US now leads the world in number of deaths from the coronavirus, having surpassed Italy on Saturday with more than 19,000 deaths from COVID-19 in the US.

He Could Have Seen What Was Coming: Behind Trump’s Failure on the Virus

An examination reveals the president was warned about the potential for a pandemic but that internal divisions, lack of planning and his faith in his own instincts led to a halting response.

Trump casts himself as pandemic patron, personalizing the government’s spread of cash and supplies

Day after day, in his self-constructed role of wartime president, the task Trump seems to relish most is spreading cash and supplies across a beleaguered and anxious nation.

Cuomo: New York deaths stabilizing at 'horrific rate'

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) said Saturday that the death toll from the coronavirus outbreak in his state is stabilizing, but at a “horrific rate,” while the hospitalization rate is down.

Larry Hogan And Andrew Cuomo Request $500 Billion From Feds To Cover State COVID-19 Costs

Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan and New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo have issued a joint statement requesting a $500 billion bailout from Congress to cover coronavirus costs.

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