Trump economic adviser Kevin Hassett admitted that he would be safer working from home and that it is scary to go work in the White House.
Trump is described as glum and shell-shocked as his own internal polling reveals that he is losing the 2020 election to Joe Biden.
The White House has seen at least two confirmed positive coronavirus tests in the past week.
Half of New Jersey’s Covid-19 fatalities are linked to nursing homes. Nowhere has the devastation been starker than at one built for members of the military.
An industry that is intimately familiar with failure confronts a crisis unlike any other. Executives say they have no idea when passengers will return.
Coronavirus cases soar past 4 million as China finds a new cluster near Russia. Ethiopian troops may have shot down an aid plane in Somalia.
The infection has now penetrated the White House, where two aides have tested positive. Unemployment could climb above 20 percent. And states are grappling with when and how to reopen.
At a time when governors are grappling with how and when to safely reopen their states, the advisers’ comments underscore that further economic pain is still to come.
Ahmaud Arbery’s killing comes at a time of raw racial divisions and inequities highlighted by the pandemic. To some black leaders, U.S. race relations are at a low point.
“This is going to go away without a vaccine,” Trump said Friday, citing doctors. Anthony Fauci, though, has offered a very different take.
Chief of Naval Operations Adm. Michael Gilday came in contact with a family member who has tested positive for the coronavirus, according to a US official.
Vice President Mike Pence does not plan to self-quarantine after his press secretary tested positive for coronavirus, according to the Vice President's office.
Samantha Vinograd writes that the Covid-19 cases in the White House threatens the administration's narrative that it is capable of keeping Americans safe. It also highlights the potential havoc the coronavirus could wreak on our government and national security.
If you love your mom, consider staying away from her this Mother's Day.
Leaders of the Oglala Sioux and Cheyenne River Sioux tribes threw cold water on South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem’s (R) demand that they remove coronavirus checkpoints installed on state and U.S.
Several nursing and care homes for military veterans in New Jersey have become hotspots for the coronavirus pandemic, resulting in dozens of deaths among veterans at the facilities.
Vice President Pence will continue working from the White House this week after his press secretary tested positive for the coronavirus on Friday, a spokesman said Sunday.
Officials are investigating threats against protests related to Ahmaud Arbery, a 25-year-old black man killed in Georgia, the Georgia Bureau of Investigation said Sunday.
Top public health officials in the Trump administration will provide their forthcoming testimonies to a Senate panel remotely as some of them quarantine over coronavirus fears.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced the first phase in his strategy to reopen the United Kingdom during the coronavirus pandemic.
While several top officials head for quarantine, members of the White House have reported that President Trump and Vice President Mike Pence will not be kept apart because of the coronavirus.
A spokesperson on Sunday denied Vice President Pence is in "quarantine" just days after a member of his team tested positive for the coronavirus.
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin warned of "permanent economic damage" if states don’t reopen.
The vice president's spokesperson, Katie Miller, tested positive for COVID-19 on Friday.
Vice President Mike Pence is taking the advice of the White House medical unit and plans to work remotely. Pence is reevaluating how he will be interacting with others after his press secretary tested positive for COVID-19. The vice president did not test positive for the virus and is taking precautions to avoid spread.
With two White House staff members testing positive, some officials fear the disease is already spreading rapidly through the West Wing.
Vice President Mike Pence is not planning to enter self-quarantine after his press secretary tested positive for coronavirus on Friday and plans to be at the White House on Monday, his office said on Sunday.
Vice President Mike Pence has been keeping his distance but is not quarantining after his spokeswoman tested positive for the novel coronavirus.
This story was constructed with the SHARI Process:
- The StoryGraph Toolkit extracted URIs from the biggest story of the day from the StoryGraph service
- Hypercane performed the following steps:
- It accepted the list of original resource URIs from the output of the StoryGraph Toolkit, and queried the Memento Aggregator to find as many mementos as possible
- For resources that were not already mementos, it submitted them to web archives with ArchiveNow
- It analyzed all mementos to automatically discover the most frequent sumgrams and named entities present in the overall story
- It analyzed all images in these mementos to automatically select the best image for the overall story
- It then formatted the data for the story based on all of this input
- Raintale took the input from Hypercane and rendered the final product with information supplied by MementoEmbed