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Besieged Trump announces Europe travel ban in effort to stem coronavirus pandemic
The president was slow to treat the virus as a serious threat as it has spread across the United States, sending markets into freefall.
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What to know about the next Democratic debate
The Democrats held three debates in February; the next one is scheduled for March 15 in Phoenix.
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Trump offered a few proposals in response to the coronavirus outbreak — and a number of self-defenses
He did not propose anything focused on the possible challenge hospitals will soon face.
2020-03-12 04:44:59
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President Trump’s address to the nation on coronavirus, annotated
President Trump announced new coronavirus mitigation and relief policies in his Wednesday Oval Office address.
2020-03-12 03:50:45
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Sanders doesn’t drop out — but it’s not full speed ahead, either
After more losses Tuesday, Sanders concedes that he is losing the delegate battle but declines to drop out and says he looks forward to Sunday’s debate.
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Elections officials scramble for options as coronavirus worries mount
While many jurisdictions have emergency plans for natural disasters or power grid failures, there has been little planning for a health pandemic, experts said.
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Trump’s efforts to downplay the risk posed by coronavirus have worked — on Republicans
A number of recent polls show a wide partisan gap on views of the virus.
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As events across the country are canceled, Trump rolls the dice and heads to Vegas
For the president, the decision to participate squares with his efforts to project confidence and maintain a business-as-usual routine in hopes of reassuring the public.
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Trump urged Mnuchin to pressure Fed’s Powell on economic stimulus in explosive tirade about coronavirus
The president’s fury during an Oval Office meeting surprised several aides.
2020-03-12 00:12:00
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The suburbs, young voters, the Trump base and more of what mattered in Tuesday’s primaries
In this special post-primary edition: The meaning of last night’s primaries, the exit polls that explain how we got here, and the reason Bernie Sanders isn’t quitting.
2020-03-11 23:31:55
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The Health 202: Health insurers score points with Trump administration by promising free coronavirus care
They had a tough year as Congress tries to lower health-care costs.
2020-03-11 14:14:58
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The Energy 202: Watchdog opens probe into whether federal grant was used to bolster Alaska’s timber industry
Politicians, conservationists and loggers have long fought to decide the fate of Alaska’s Tongass National Forest.
2020-03-11 14:07:48
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5 takeaways from Tuesday’s primaries
What we learned from the primaries in Michigan, Missouri, Mississippi, Washington, Idaho and North Dakota.
2020-03-11 14:00:36
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The Finance 202: Trump keeps politics first in coronavirus response. That could slow his fiscal package
The president’s pitch for a payroll tax holiday until the election was panned by economists.
2020-03-11 13:55:25
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The Cybersecurity 202: Cyber Solarium Commission aims to avert a cyber 9/11 before it’s too late
‘The threat is only going to be multiplied in coming years,’ said Sen. Angus King,
2020-03-11 13:29:50
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Who are the Sanders supporters that Biden needs to win over to unify the Democratic Party?
They've been with Bernie Sanders for months, despite all the big-name endorsements for Joe Biden.
2020-03-11 12:56:56
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Power Up: Surrender or keep fighting? Bernie Sanders faces turning point after Biden notches more victories
There’s growing pressure to unify the party and commence the fight against Trump.
2020-03-11 12:44:54
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The Democratic Party’s presidential delegate process
To become the Democratic Party’s nominee, a candidate needs to win a majority of the party’s delegates. Here’s how that happens.
2020-03-11 07:24:29
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Joe Biden rolls up victories as Bernie Sanders struggles for a foothold in the Democratic race
Biden’s wins in Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri and Idaho came on a day when the spread of the coronavirus forced preventive procedures at polling places and altered the candidates’ schedules.
2020-03-11 07:13:24
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In a week Sanders had to get right, he couldn’t grow support or change the story line
Bernie Sanders faced a pivotal week after a string of losses on Super Tuesday. He lapsed into old patterns, attacking the “establishment” and struggling to connect with black voters.
2020-03-11 05:59:00
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With wins in Michigan, Missouri and Mississippi, Biden appears to be on an unstoppable march to the nomination
The results on Tuesday put new challenges in front of both Biden and Sanders as Democrats hope to unify for the fall campaign against Trump.
2020-03-11 05:51:41
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Trump administration wants hundreds of thousands of federal workers to be ready to telework full time
The administration was rolling back telework. Now several offices have sent employees home to work — and more could do so soon.
2020-03-11 05:10:00
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Trump pitches payroll tax cut through election to skeptical GOP senators
Many Republicans are uneasy about Trump’s proposed payroll tax cut, and Democrats are focused on other ideas, such as ensuring paid sick leave.
2020-03-11 00:16:19
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Michigan Democratic primary exit polls and analysis, plus polls from other March 10 contests
See the strengths and weaknesses of each Democratic candidate, according to surveys of voters as they exited randomly selected voting sites in Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri and Washington on March 10.
2020-03-10 23:41:02
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Sotomayor recuses from one of two Supreme Court cases with consequences for electoral college
Justice is friends with one of the parties, from Colorado. She will participate in a related case from Washington.
2020-03-10 23:26:04
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Nearly all of the benefit of the consolidated Democratic field has gone to Biden
Sanders never had as much support in 2020 as he did at his peak in 2016.
2020-03-10 23:25:39
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GOP congressman — who warned Trump about pandemics — offers pointed criticism of proposed CDC cuts
At a hearing on Tuesday, Cole urged the Trump administration to stop seeking cuts to programs to deal with global pandemics.
2020-03-10 23:24:19
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Senate takes step to move forward with nomination of FEC commissioner
The Rules Committee held a rare public hearing on James E. “Trey” Trainor III, a conservative Texas lawyer.
2020-03-10 23:20:20
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A state-by-state guide of what to watch in tonight’s primaries
In this edition: What to watch on Super Tuesday II, what the Sanders campaign wants to fight about, and what the polls say in Michigan.
2020-03-10 22:32:49
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