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Last week the administration allowed polluters to self-regulate during the crisis. Now it is expected to enact a major cut to car emission standards. [Read More]
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The pandemic could force 47 million Americans out of work, according to new projections from the St. Louis Federal Reserve. [Read More]
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If COVID-19 continues to overshadow the general election, it could be held under circumstances where one party or the other won't accept the results. [Read More]
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Coronavirus is reinforcing social divisions that have existed for a long time. [Read More]
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"I don't want to play God." [Read More]
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Including a work mat, wooden blocks, bird footprint stamps, and alphabet books. [Read More]
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The president criticized New York Monday for requesting more ventilators than it currently needs, in preparation for a still-to-come peak in cases. [Read More]
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A GOP that once fought to keep a brain-dead woman alive now includes those who would accept mass death of the elderly to Keep America... [Read More]
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Plus, a two-player board game, a $9 hair serum, and a UV light wand. [Read More]
A reading list for finding some perspective in a crisis. [Read More]
Before he was Norman Spear, hate group founder and possible Russian asset, Rinaldo Nazzaro was just another Jersey boy. [Read More]
The self-described "wartime president" is focusing on the wrong targets. [Read More]
"Are they going out the back door?" [Read More]
Trump reversed his idea to reopen the country by Easter with the 30-day extension, though he didn't acknowledge his about-face. [Read More]
Governor Raimondo rescinded her order singling out New Yorkers — and issued a new one targeting everyone relocating to the state. [Read More]
NIAID director Anthony Fauci gave a grim estimate on Sunday — which he described as moderate. [Read More]
The unemployment expansion and loans to businesses will help keep Americans afloat, but state governments are going to need more money down the line. [Read More]
The president's slight polling boost is a mirage. [Read More]
Including a TikTok-star-approved ring light, a developmental distraction for kids young and old, and a massive tote bag on wheels. [Read More]
"I've never been more scared. I love my city. I miss it, but I'm terrified of it." [Read More]
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