House Could Vote Virus Money Thursday

More than half of Representatives could return to Washington. Majority Whip Steny Hoyer said on Tuesday that more than half of the members of the U.S. House of…

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Travel Bans Extended with Canada and Mexico

President Trump promises additional immigration measures. As the economic ramifications of the COVID-19 pandemic loom large in the mind of many officials in Washington, President Trump announced on…

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Senate Holds Extra Tuesday Session

Both parties seek to pass more COVID-19 aid On Tuesday, Senate leaders agreed to hold an unplanned meeting in order to pass the next round of COVID-19 aid.…

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FDA Authorizes Home Test-Sampling Kit

More testing could lead to getting local economies reopened. The Food and Drug Administration has approved the first at-home COVID-19 virus sample-collection kits under an Emergency Use Authorization.…

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“Worst is Yet Ahead,” WHO Head Says

President Trump is redirecting WHO funding. The head of the World Health Organization, Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyyes, told reporters in Geneva on Monday that “the worst is yet…

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President’s Coronavirus Update for Monday

Testing is vital to getting the country reopened. Testing for the coronavirus was again an uppermost topic at the president’s briefing with the coronavirus task force on Monday.…

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Senators Push for Anti-Bias Police Training

 Concerns surround unfair stops over medical masks.  Certain members of the Senate announced their plans to increase anti-bias training for the nation’s police forces on Friday, due to…

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Oil Prices Plummet to Negative Mark

Job losses grow as demand dries up. The price of U.S. oil has turned negative for the first time in history. That means oil producers are paying buyers…

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