Trump, congressional leaders converge on need for new economic package

Barely a week after the enactment of a $2 trillion stimulus, Congress is already preparing for more, as the needs for small businesses and individual Americans become glaringly obvious.

‘What do you have to lose?’: Inside Trump’s embrace of a risky drug

The president is pushing an antimalarial drug despite warnings from some public health officials about dangerous side effects and uncertain results.

British prime minister is moved to intensive care after condition worsens

Boris Johnson, one of the first world leaders diagnosed with covid-19, was relocated as a precaution, according to 10 Downing Street.

Grocery workers are beginning to die of coronavirus

The deaths of at least four workers in recent days are raising questions about whether supermarkets will be able to hire enough workers to continue operations.
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The nightly ovation for hospital workers may be New York’s greatest performance

The new ritual is a collective expression of a stricken city’s anxiety and appreciation.

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A reality check for small businesses applying for federal loans

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Acting Navy secretary Thomas Modly told sailors that Capt. Brett Crozier, relieved of command Thursday, committed a “betrayal” by writing a letter about the handling of a coronavirus outbreak on his ship, which leaked to the media.

Wisconsin Supreme Court blocks order by governor to stop Tuesday’s elections in state’s latest whipsaw

The decision by the court came hours after Gov. Tony Evers (D) issued an executive order suspending in-person voting, citing the intensifying threat of the pandemic.
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Sanders supporters take sides over whether he should drop out

Some of the senator’s top allies have suggested that he consider ending his campaign, but his activist supporters strongly oppose his departure.
Maeve Kennedy Townsend McKean’s body was found two miles from her mother’s house. Police say the search for 8-year-old Gideon McKean will continue Tuesday.
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At a funeral home in Queens, the struggle to deal with surging coronavirus deaths

Nowhere in the nation is worse off than New York City, specifically the part of Queens called Elmhurst, where the funeral home closest to the hospital is learning lessons that will soon come to cities across the country.

Leslie Jordan is our feisty quarantine uncle

The viral Instagram videos of the 64-year-old actor have become a premier source of comic relief amid the coronavirus pandemic.

‘A painful sense of separation’: Queen recalls WWII child evacuations in rare address

Queen Elizabeth II reminded her subjects that millions of British parents and children were separated during World War II, as they are now during the pandemic.
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