Analysis Trump tries to push fast-forward on the pandemic

Analysis Trump tries to push fast-forward on the pandemicA startling 6.6 million people filed their first claims for unemployment benefits last week, bringing the total for the past three weeks to 16.8 million people. That's about 11% of the US labor force -- a shocking number, given that unemployment was at a historic low until the pandemic erupted -- and a grim new indicator of the scope of damage the coronavirus has wreaked on the US economy.

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Federal court again allows some abortions in Texas despite governors coronavirus restrictions

Federal court again allows some abortions in Texas despite governors coronavirus restrictionsA federal judge has once again cleared the way for some abortions to resume in Texas despite the governor's order restricting them during the coronavirus outbreak.

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Trump says more than 2 million coronavirus tests have been done in the US and claims mass testing not needed

Trump says more than 2 million coronavirus tests have been done in the US and claims mass testing not neededPresident Donald Trump said Thursday that there have been more than two million coronavirus tests conducted in the United States but conceded that mass testing is not going to happen.

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After Bernie Sanders Progressives take stock after they fall short again

After Bernie Sanders Progressives take stock after they fall short againBernie Sanders launched his first presidential campaign in near obscurity. He ended his second on Wednesday having inspired a movement that changed American politics.

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How the government delayed coronavirus testing

How the government delayed coronavirus testingA weeks-long testing delay that effectively blinded public health officials to the spread of the coronavirus in the US might have been avoided had federal agencies fully enacted their own plan to ramp up testing during a national health crisis.

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