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Coronavirus lockdowns pit Republican governors against Democratic mayors

Coronavirus lockdowns

As some Republican governors move to reopen parts of their states’ shuttered economies, local Democratic leaders are pushing back — fearful that easing guidelines too early could wipe away the ...

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Barr threatens legal action against governors over lockdowns

Barr , legal action

The Justice Department will consider taking legal action against governors who continue to impose stringent rules for dealing with the coronavirus that infringe on constitutional rights even after the crisis ...

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Air Canada suspends all remaining U.S. flights effective April 26

Air Canada , U.S. flights

Air Canada has announced that it will suspend flights to the U.S. after April 26 as a result of the agreement between Canada and the U.S. to extend border restrictions ...

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The moment a man in scrubs confronts drivers

People protesting against the stay-at-home orders in Colorado were confronted by a man and woman dressed in medical uniforms – apparently issuing a silent rebuke to participants. Photos of the ...

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US green cards to be halted for 60 days, Trump says

US green cards

President Donald Trump has said his plan to ban immigration into the US will last for 60 days and apply only to those seeking permanent residence. Speaking a day after ...

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Senate Intel report confirms Russia aimed to help Trump in 2016

Senate , Senate Intel , Russia aimed, Trump

The Senate Intelligence Committee on Tuesday reaffirmed its support for the U.S. intelligence community’s conclusion that the Russian government interfered in the 2016 presidential election with the goal of putting ...

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Two-thirds in new poll support vote-by-mail in November election

vote-by-mail

Two-thirds of voters in a new poll said they support voting by mail for the November election. The NBC News-Wall Street Journal poll released Tuesday found that 67 percent of polled registered voters ...

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America’s black and Hispanic communities are bearing the brunt of the coronavirus crisis

America has an inequality problem and the coronavirus crisis is making it worse. The pandemic is leaving few people untouched, but America’s weakest demographic groups are shouldering the worst burden through job ...

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Trump considers stopping Saudi oil imports, says US has plenty

President Donald Trump said on Monday that his administration was considering the possibility of stopping incoming Saudi Arabian crude oil shipments as a measure to support the battered domestic drilling ...

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