Rivals pepper Sanders with barrage of attacks

Sen. Bernie Sanders faced questions about his congressional record and costly proposals from his fellow Democratic presidential rivals as they sought to derail his march toward the party’s nomination.
The Fix

Winners and losers from South Carolina

Elizabeth Warren continued her streak of strong performances.
Fact Checker

Two billionaires were not as transparent with their tax returns as they let on

Here are eight claims that caught our attention.
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The Take

Sanders takes fire in an unruly debate that left no candidate truly enhanced

The debate became a metaphor for the Democratic nominating contest — noisy and still badly divided.

Health officials warn of ‘inevitable’ spread of coronavirus in U.S.

The warnings contrasted sharply with assessments from President Trump and other White House officials, who have largely dismissed concerns about an outbreak of the virus.

Trump highly concerned about stock market, aides say

The rosy sheen that White House officials have tried to express about the economic impact of coronavirus has now collided with reality: The virus is spreading, the death toll is rising, and the outbreak is wreaking havoc on global supply chains.

An anti-poverty program, recast as reparations.

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His remarks about Sonia Sotomayor and Ruth Bader Ginsburg come weeks before the court is to consider cases dealing with the president’s personal financial records.
Project Veritas, headed by James O’Keefe, records “undercover” footage of mainstream journalists to bolster its accusations of media bias.
California drivers enthusiastically signed up for Toyota Mirai and Honda Clarity fuel cell vehicles. Three years later, they’re on the fence about the technology.
After responding to a day’s worth of emergency calls, the three firefighter EMTs went back to the partially mowed lawn and spent about an hour mowing, sweeping and tidying up.

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.

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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Long overlooked, she became the subject of a book and hit movie in her 90s.
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