Trump sows confusion with efforts to invoke presidential powers to fight coronavirus

As the virus spreads across the country, there are growing questions about how far his authority extends, and how much he plans to use it.

Experts converge on plans for how to ease restrictions safely

With the White House’s 15-day guidelines on social distancing expiring, experts are drafting proposals for a national strategy.

The Great American Migration of 2020: On the move to escape the coronavirus

Virus refugees are running into fierce opposition on their routes.
A sanitation worker in New Orleans. (William Widmer for The Post)
A sanitation worker in New Orleans. (William Widmer for The Post)
A baker in Paris. (Cyril Zannettacci/Agence VU)
A baker in Paris. (Cyril Zannettacci/Agence VU)
A wellness entrepreneur in Columbus, Ohio. (Maddie McGarvey for The Post)
A wellness entrepreneur in Columbus, Ohio. (Maddie McGarvey for The Post)
A lumber mill worker in Vancouver. (Alana Paterson for The Post)
A lumber mill worker in Vancouver. (Alana Paterson for The Post)
A cafe owner in Kyiv, Ukraine. (Oksana Parafeniuk for The Post)
A cafe owner in Kyiv, Ukraine. (Oksana Parafeniuk for The Post)

Working in the wake of coronavirus: Seven people around the globe share their stories

Some have found ways to keep going on jobs that help feed a city or keep it clean. Others reinvented their work lives online. Everywhere, though, is the gnawing worry of losing paychecks and income.

Guide to the pandemic

There have been more than 680,000 confirmed cases of covid-19. The virus has killed more than 32,000. Access to the following stories is free:
Gains by President Trump have shrunk a lead that former vice president Joe Biden enjoyed a month ago, and the president's voters are more enthusiastic than Biden’s.
At least six people were injured. Among the homes destroyed was that of a physician treating patients infected with covid-19.
Demand for some kinds of freight has surged, but finding places to get clean and rest has become harder for drivers.
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