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Undocumented workers among those hit first — and worst — by shutdown

The U.S. economy meltdown has exposed the vulnerability of millions of undocumented workers, who are disproportionately employed in industries undergoing mass layoffs and high-risk jobs that keep society running while Americans stay home.

A Michigan congresswoman, a guy in line in China and a global scramble to find N95 masks

With limited options, Rep. Elissa Slotkin (D) tries to improvise to secure much-needed protective gear.

Trump blocks Fauci from answering question about unproven drug

The president has been at odds with his top medical expert in the past but has never shut him down so publicly before, intervening to keep him from answering.

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