Judge blocks ban on some Texas abortions during…

A federal judge has blocked the enforcement, in some cases, of an executive order banning abortions in Texas during the coronavirus pandemic

Despite Changes, Florida's Unemployment System Is…

Florida leaders say the unemployment application system is improving every day, but those trying to use it are telling a different story.

UK Leader Out Of ICU

Downing Street spokesman confirmed that U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson has been moved out of the intensive care unit (ICU).

Official: Saints emails on clergy crisis should…

A court official is recommending to keep secret hundreds of emails detailing the New Orleans Saints’ efforts to conduct damage control for the area’s Roman Catholic archdiocese amid its clergy sexual abuse crisis

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Stephanie Grisham Out as White House Press…

Stephanie Grisham Out as White House Press Secretary Grisham is leaving her current role to become Melania Trump’s chief of staff and spokeswoman. Melania Trump, via statement Melania Trump, via statement Grisham had previously served as the first lady’s communications chief before accepting the roles of White House press secretary and communications director in June 2019. Lindsay Reynolds resigned as Melania Trump’s chief of staff earlier this week “to spend time with her family,” according to the first lady. Kayleigh McEnany, a spokeswoman for the Trump campaign, will become the new White House press secretary, according to 'The New York Times.'

California governor encouraged by drop in ICU…

California has seen its first daily decrease in intensive care hospitalizations during the coronavirus outbreak

SBA Head Expects To Run Out Of Small Business…

The head of the Small Business Administration told Newsy the $349 billion in loans already approved by Congress probably isn't enough.

Black Americans Badly Affected By Coronavirus

Here's the report.

Judge orders Chicago jail to do more to halt…

A federal judge in Chicago has ordered one of the nation’s largest jails to take prompt action to stem the potentially catastrophic spread of the coronavirus

Euro countries agree half trillion euros in…

European finance ministers have agreed on more than a half-trillion euros, or $550 billion, of support programs to cushion the recession caused by the virus outbreak

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Democrats At Odds With Republicans Over More…

Lawmakers are negotiating another coronavirus stimulus bill that could be approved as early as this week.

Trump Doesn't Like Mail-In Voting

With the ongoing coronavirus pandemic affecting nearly every aspect of life, several states are making adjustments to their primary election procedures.

Liberty University pressing charges against…

Liberty University in Virginia is pressing trespassing charges against two journalists who worked on stories questioning the evangelical college's decision to remain partially open during the coronavirus epidemic

Ohio Sen. Sherrod Brown endorses Joe Biden for…

Civil rights pioneer and face of gay marriage…

Gay rights pioneer Phyllis Lyon, who with her longtime partner was among the first same-sex couples to marry, has died

Bernie Sanders Drops Out Of The Race For President

Sanders said he plans to stay on the ballot in all of the states that haven't yet held primary elections in an attempt to gather delegates.

Bernie Sanders Is Out

Here's the report.

U.S. states share, get creative in hunt for…

With the federal stockpile drained of protective gear, states are turning to each other, private industries and anyone who can donate in a desperate bid to get respirators, gloves and other supplies to doctors, nurses and other front-line workers

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White House tests journalists for COVID-19

The White House tested journalists for COVID-19 before Thursday’s press briefing, marking the latest effort by the White House and the White House Correspondents’ Association to keep the new coronavirus off the campus

Wisconsinites Tell Us What It's Like To Vote…

Voters in Wisconsin weighed risking their health in order to vote Tuesday, and they weren't happy about having to make the choice.

The Election In Wisconsin

Here's the report.