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Large gatherings should be canceled due to coronavirus outbreak, California Gov. Gavin Newsom says
Gov. Gavin Newsom issued state guidelines strongly discouraging large group gatherings in an escalation of California's response to the novel coronavirus.
2020-03-12 08:49:01
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Trump attempts to frame coronavirus as a foreign threat
In a speech from the White House, the president calls for a ban on travel from Europe and blames travelers from overseas for seeding the virus in the U.S.
2020-03-12 04:47:08
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Latinos in Arizona and Florida are split between Biden and Sanders, Telemundo poll shows
In Arizona, Latinos preferred Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, while those in Florida prefer former Vice President Joe Biden, a recent poll found.
2020-03-12 02:58:05
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House Democrats to vote on economic stimulus bill to combat coronavirus impact
The House is slated to vote Thursday on an economic stimulus bill in response to the coronavirus. But it's unclear how Senate Republicans will vote.
2020-03-12 00:40:36
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Bernie Sanders says he'll continue campaign, but opens a path toward an exit
Joe Biden turns to unifying Democrats for the campaign against President Trump. But Bernie Sanders says he's not yet ready to quit.
2020-03-12 00:22:53
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FBI power to eavesdrop on Americans likely to be curtailed
The FBI may lose some power to eavesdrop on Americans under changes to the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act backed by a bipartisan coalition and President Trump.
2020-03-11 23:09:26
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Supreme Court keeps in place Trump's 'Remain in Mexico' asylum constraints
The Supreme Court, siding with President Trump, keeps in place a policy that forces asylum seekers to stay in Mexico while they await a hearing.
2020-03-11 22:03:41
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Next Democratic debate will not have a live audience amid coronavirus concerns
Bernie Sanders and Joe Biden are scheduled to debate on Sunday, but there will be no live audience to cheer (or jeer) them, amid concerns over the spread of the coronavirus.
2020-03-11 07:07:34
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Biden wins Michigan, Idaho, Mississippi and Missouri. Calls arise for Sanders to quit
Joe Biden cements his status atop the Democratic presidential field, dealing a serious blow to Bernie Sanders' hopes to reverse the former vice president's momentum and launch a comeback.
2020-03-11 07:06:12
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Congress skeptical of Trump's payroll tax cut to address coronavirus as first bipartisan talks begin
Trump visits Capitol Hill to discuss an economic stimulus package with Senate Republicans, but his idea for payroll tax cut gets mixed reviews.
2020-03-11 01:22:51
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Sanders, Biden cancel major Ohio rallies as coronavirus threat begins to disrupt campaigns
Coronavirus threatens to disrupt the presidential race in any manner of ways. On Tuesday, Bernie Sanders was forced to cancel a major rally.
2020-03-11 01:02:12
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Sanders camp is pulled in different directions as defeat inches closer
Bernie Sanders and his wife, Jane, largely have resisted giving up control over his campaign. Many of his top aides have little experience. And time is running out.
2020-03-10 13:00:23
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Bernie Sanders and Joe Biden sprint to the finish in Michigan primary amid coronavirus crisis
2020 Democratic primary: Amid increasing coronavirus cases, Democratic voters in Michigan and five other states vote on Tuesday.
2020-03-10 05:32:21
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As recession fears mount, eyes turn to the American consumer
As political leaders grapple with how to address the economic fallout, success may ultimately come down to one factor: the American consumer.
2020-03-10 04:32:28
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7 lawmakers and several congressional staffers exposed to coronavirus
As the coronavirus spreads, Republicans and Democrats in Congress consider economic stimulus measures including paid sick leave.
2020-03-10 04:10:30
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Trump, who tied himself to stock market when it rose, struggles to respond to its plunge
Trump panic tweets as the markets crash.
2020-03-09 23:34:08
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Everything you need to know about the 2020 census
Information about filing out the 2020 census should arrive by mid-March. What information does the government want, and what ever happened to that citizenship question?
2020-03-09 13:00:48
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Michigan vote Tuesday shaping up as key test for Sanders and Biden
Sen. Bernie Sanders doesn't think Michigan is 'make or break' for his campaign, but he's pouring resources in there. Joe Biden gets Sen. Kamala Harris' endorsement.
2020-03-09 02:11:14
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Column: Where did Bernie's revolution go wrong?
Bernie Sanders has spent 30 years promising revolution, but he's just discovered most Americans aren't ready for such drastic change.
2020-03-08 13:00:53
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Gov. Gavin Newsom reports $1.2-million income in new disclosure of tax returns
The Newsoms' tax returns provide a window into a complex network of the family's financial interests throughout California, holdings that have helped them earn an average of more than $1 million a year since 2011 and purchase a $3.7-million, six-bedroom home just outside of Sacramento shortly before he took office last year.
2020-03-07 19:00:01
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More than 675,000 L.A. County ballots still haven't been counted
The ballots of an estimated 678,000 Los Angeles County voters — about 32% of the total cast — remain uncounted. Those ballots could affect the outcome of some races.
2020-03-07 04:19:10
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Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders will probably face just each other at the March Democratic debate
The Democratic National Committee raised the requirements for the March 15 presidential debate in Arizona.
2020-03-07 00:58:53
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Here's where taxpayer money will go from the coronavirus package Trump just signed
Most will go toward creating a vaccine and helping states deal with the spread of the coronavirus.
2020-03-06 20:22:34
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Trump's frustration with coronavirus: He can't make a deal with it
Trump heads to the CDC on Friday as his administration struggles to gain control of spreading coronavirus.
2020-03-06 18:03:15
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Yes, Tulsi Gabbard is still running for president
Tulsi Gabbard has stayed in the presidential race as more viable candidates have dropped out. The Hawaii representative is headed to Las Vegas on Saturday, even though Nevadans already voted.
2020-03-06 14:00:33
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Another campaign, another disappointment for women as Elizabeth Warren bows out
For many women, Elizabeth Warren dropping out of the presidential race was a familiar punch to the gut. The highest glass ceiling in the land remains intact.
2020-03-06 04:40:50
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California officials demand changes to L.A. voting after election day chaos
California's chief elections officer directs local officials to mail ballots to each of the county's 5.5 million voters for the November election.
2020-03-06 02:35:58
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Facebook to remove misleading Trump census ads
Facebook will remove more than 1,000 Trump campaign ads that urge people to fill out a mailer that looks like official 2020 census forms.
2020-03-05 22:42:18
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Sanders says he would honor a Biden delegate lead if there's a contested convention
Bernie Sanders says he would support a Joe Biden candidacy if the former vice president goes to the Democratic National Convention with the most delegates but not a majority.
2020-03-05 22:37:56
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Elizabeth Warren drops out of presidential race
Warren has dropped out of the presidential race after failing to bridge the Democratic Party's left and right behind her ambitious agenda.
2020-03-05 21:23:36
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