As White House struggles to contain alarm, Trump claims media stoking fear

In a tweet, President Trump announced a news conference with officials from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and others to discuss the spread of the coronavirus, amid market fears.

Congressional leaders launch emergency spending talks for coronavirus response

White House officials continued to defend their approach, but lawmakers have pushed the Trump administration to be more aggressive.
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ABC News suspends veteran correspondent after Project Veritas sting

Project Veritas, headed by James O’Keefe, records “undercover” footage of mainstream journalists to bolster its accusations of media bias.

An anti-poverty program, recast as reparations.

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The quest to identify black Americans’ roots

For Americans descended from enslaved Africans, the roots of their ancestry are often a mystery, and “Where did I come from?” is a uniquely difficult question to answer. Some are trying to change that.
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The government can quarantine you for coronavirus, and there’s little you can do about it

The federal government’s quarantine powers are vast, and the only person who challenged them lost.
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Reparations, rebranded

South Carolina congressman James Clyburn proposed a race-neutral anti-poverty program a decade ago. Presidential candidates recast it as compensation for slavery.
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