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New York AG Orders Four Companies to Stop Selling COVID-19 Tests, Cures
Health
New York AG Orders Four Companies to Stop Selling COVID-19 Tests, Cures
2020-04-17 19:29:34
by Dan McCue

New York Attorney General Letitia James ordered four companies to immediately stop selling unauthorized coronavirus home test kits and purported cures. "This isn’t a game," James said in a post on Twitter. "Giving people a false sense of security is... Read More

At Top Medical Schools, WHO Program Plays “Critical” Role For Nurses In Training
In The News
At Top Medical Schools, WHO Program Plays “Critical” Role For Nurses In Training
2020-04-17 16:54:45
by Gaspard Le Dem

WASHINGTON - Scores of public health experts responded with shock and anger this week to the decision by the White House to halt U.S. funding to the World Health Organization. The move, announced by President Donald Trump on Tuesday, comes... Read More

Kasich, McAuliffe on COVID-19’s Impacts on Campaigns, Elections, and Voter Security
In The News
Kasich, McAuliffe on COVID-19’s Impacts on Campaigns, Elections, and Voter Security
2020-04-17 14:25:42
by Kate Michael

WASHINGTON — Despite continued uncertainty over how the Coronavirus pandemic will end, its economic impact will surely cast a shadow over the November election, according to a pair of former governors. Govs. John Kasich, a Republican of Ohio, and Terry... Read More

Governors Will Ease Coronavirus Restrictions Under White House Plan
State News
Governors Will Ease Coronavirus Restrictions Under White House Plan

WASHINGTON — Claiming that the worst of the coronavirus outbreak has passed, President Donald Trump outlined a broad road map Thursday for each state to begin phasing out restrictions that have forced tens of millions of Americans to stay home... Read More

Trump Unveils Phased Approach to Reopening Economy
Economy
Trump Unveils Phased Approach to Reopening Economy

WASHINGTON (AP) — New White House guidelines outline a phased approach to restoring normal commerce and services, but only for places with strong testing and seeing a decrease in COVID-19 cases. President Donald Trump unveiled his administration's plans to ease... Read More

Kilmer, Murphy Among Those Named to White House Task Force on Rebuilding American Economy
Economy
Kilmer, Murphy Among Those Named to White House Task Force on Rebuilding American Economy
2020-04-16 19:16:01
by Dan McCue

WASHINGTON - Reps Derek Kilmer, D-Wash., and Stephanie Murphy, D-Fla., are among the bipartisan group of congressional lawmakers named to a White House panel tasked with counseling the White House on when and how to get the economy moving again... Read More

Governors Brace for 'New Normal' as They Take Steps to Kick-Start Economies
State News
Governors Brace for 'New Normal' as They Take Steps to Kick-Start Economies
2020-04-16 14:54:31
by Dan McCue

WASHINGTON - Ahead of an expected White House announcement on the easing of restrictions meant to curb the spread of the COVID-19 virus, governors across the nation are preparing for a "new normal" that will be quite different from the... Read More

Trump Reelection Imperiled as Coronavirus Hits Key States
Political News
Trump Reelection Imperiled as Coronavirus Hits Key States

Some battleground states crucial to President Donald Trump’s political future are being particularly hard hit by the coronavirus crisis, a development that could decimate his central argument for reelection at a critical moment. The booming economy Trump hoped to ride... Read More

Maryland, Virginia and DC to Work Together on Plan for Lifting Restrictions
State News
Maryland, Virginia and DC to Work Together on Plan for Lifting Restrictions

BALTIMORE — While Northeast states have announced a pact to figure out when and how to lift restrictions imposed to slow the spread of the coronavirus, Maryland continues to coordinate its response to the pandemic with its southern neighbors in... Read More

Majority of Young Adults Ignored Social Distancing Orders, Survey Suggests
Health
Majority of Young Adults Ignored Social Distancing Orders, Survey Suggests

We’ve all heard it incessantly for the past month amid the coronavirus outbreak: “maintain social distancing.” But despite shutting down businesses, working from home and traveling less, people still went out in droves to go on jogs and meet friends... Read More

Here’s How the Coronavirus Outbreak Rewrote the Presidential Primary Calendar
2020 Elections
Here’s How the Coronavirus Outbreak Rewrote the Presidential Primary Calendar

If your Democratic primary hasn’t happened yet, you might want to check the date. The coronavirus outbreak has left the presidential primary calendar in a state of flux as government officials and party leaders attempt to balance health and safety... Read More

Reopening the Economy Requires Testing, and the US Still Isn’t Close
Economy
Reopening the Economy Requires Testing, and the US Still Isn’t Close

WASHINGTON — Six weeks after the president and other senior officials promised that any American would soon be able to get a test for coronavirus, testing continues to lag, prompting an escalating call from leading medical centers, lawmakers and others... Read More

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