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Trump Tours Ford Plant In Michigan, Touts Ventilator Production
Senate Confirms John Ratcliffe As Director Of National Intelligence
Has The Coronavirus Pandemic Impacted Gun Violence In America?
Another 2.4 Million Workers File For Jobless Claims
Senate Orders Subpoena Into Hunter Biden's Ties To Ukraine Company
Supreme Court Temporarily Blocks House From Viewing Mueller Materials
Trump Denounces Mail-In Voting As Pandemic Threatens Nov. Election
Judge: All Texas Voters Should Be Allowed To Vote By Mail Due To Virus
Former NSA Inspector General: Trump Wants 'Lapdogs For Watchdog Job'
Justice Department Wants Churches In California To Reopen
Trump Admin. Extends Order To Reject Migrants Without Asylum Process
Why Marijuana Banking Reform Is In The New Coronavirus Stimulus Bill
Medical Journal Refutes Allegation Trump Made In Letter To WHO
Appeals Court Rules New York Must Hold Democratic Presidential Primary
As Coronavirus Testing Ramps Up, Labs Struggle To Keep Up
Mnuchin: Jobs Numbers Will Get Worse Before They Get Better
Pres. Trump Threatens To Permanently Pull Membership From WHO
Sen. Marco Rubio Tapped To Lead Senate Intelligence Committee
Sidelined By COVID-19, Joe Biden Struggles To Make Gains With Latinos
President Trump Says He Is Taking Hydroxychloroquine
Survey Finds Physician Assistants Lack PPE; Thousands More Sidelined
Mnuchin And Powell To Testify Remotely On Coronavirus Relief
Joe Biden Building Digital Team To Reach Young Voters At Home
Attorney General Doesn't Expect Criminal Probes Of Obama, Biden
Newsy Poll: Democrats Most Excited About Harris, Warren For Biden's VP
White House Adviser Says 4th Stimulus Package May Not Be Needed
Health And Government Officials Hopeful For Vaccine Before 2021
Ousted Watchdog Was Reportedly Probing Whether Pompeo Misused Staffers
Sen. Marco Rubio Calls For Extension Of PPP Spending Window
Federal Reserve Chair Says Economic Recovery Could Hinge On Vaccine
Democrats Start Inquiry Into Trump Firing of State Department Watchdog
U.S. Tightens Restrictions On Huawei, China Calls It 'Unreasonable'
President Trump Fires Obama-Era State Department Watchdog
House Passes Massive COVID-19 Relief Bill For Stimulus, Aid To States
White House Unveils Official Space Force Flag
Report: WH Order Will Require That Certain Drugs Be Made In U.S.
Experts: National Stockpile Could Have Been Expanded Years Ago
27M People May Soon Lose Health Insurance. What Are Their Options?
Sen. Feinstein 'Voluntarily' Talked To FBI About Husband's Stock Sales
Senate Approves Bill To Create 3-Digit National Suicide Hotline Number
Partisan Politics Dominate Shutdowns In Key Swing States
Appeals Court Rules Emoluments Case Against Trump Can Go On
Sen. Richard Burr Steps Down As Chairman Of Intelligence Committee
U.S. Authorities: China Is Trying To Steal Covid-19 Vaccine Research
Pres. Trump Says House's COVID-19 Relief Bill 'Dead On Arrival'
Another 2.9 Million Americans File Jobless Claims As Layoffs Continue
Ousted Vaccine Expert To Testify Before Congress Thursday
Wisconsin Supreme Court Blocks Stay-At-Home Order Extension
Ex-FDA Commissioner Says We May Need To 'Define A New Normal'
Financial Forecasts Bleak As World Weighs Reopening Vs. Virus Risks
Supreme Court Hears 'Faithless Elector' Case
Federal Judge Says Outside Parties Can Weigh In on Flynn Case
Supreme Court To Rule On Whether Trump's Financial Records Are Private
COVID-19 Puts Voting-By-Mail To The Test Ahead Of November
Pelosi Unveils $3 Trillion Coronavirus Aid Package
2,000 Former DOJ Employees Call For Attorney General's Resignation
Fauci: U.S. Does Not Have COVID-19 Completely Under Control
Tesla Plant Reopens In California Despite Lockdown Rules
President Putin's Spokesperson Hospitalized For COVID-19
White House Will Require Masks For Nearly Everyone In The West Wing
Questions Surround The SBA's Rules For PPP Loan Forgiveness
Supreme Court To Hear Arguments In Trump Taxes Case
Sen. Lamar Alexander To Chair COVID-19 Hearing Remotely
White House Increases COVID-19 Safety Measures
Former CIA Chief Says Intelligence Community Must Adapt After Covid-19
Mnuchin: Unemployment Rate Will Likely Get Worse Before It Improves
Obama Blasts President Trump's COVID-19 Response As 'Chaotic Disaster'
California to Send Mail-In Ballots To All Voters In State
Lawyers: Special Counsel Urges Reinstating Ousted Vaccine Expert
Supreme Court Pauses Release Of Mueller Grand Jury Materials To House
First ICE Detainee Dies From COVID-19
Senate Fails To Override President Trump Veto Of Iran War Powers
Newsy Analysis: Virus Testing Rates Vary By State
House GOP Picks Coronavirus Committee Members
House Subcommittee Planning On Jeff Bezos Testimony This Spring
April Jobs Report Shows A Record 20.5 Million Out Of Work
Trump To Be Tested Daily After Personal Valet Diagnosed With COVID-19
SCOTUS Throws Out 2 Key Convictions In 'Bridgegate' Scandal
Biden Accuser Tara Reade Calls For Him To Exit Presidential Race
Pelosi Gives Broad Outline Of Next Coronavirus Relief Bill
Valet To President Trump Tests Positive For COVID-19
Supreme Court Weighs Trump Administration's Limits On Birth Control
What It's Like To Be A Medical Interpreter Amid The Pandemic
Senate GOP May Approve Controversial Judge For 2nd-Highest Court
Ruth Bader Ginsburg Recovering In Hospital After Infection Treatment
Trump Administration Looking At Tax Cuts For Next COVID-19 Aid Package
Judge Rules New York Must Hold Democratic Presidential Primary
Former Vaccine Director Files Whistleblower Complaint
Biden Proposes $13 Minimum Wage Increase For Front Line Workers
Senate Committee Questions DNI Nominee's Ability to Be Non-Partisan
COVID-19 Vaccine Candidates Work In Different Ways
Former Intelligence Workers Question Trump's 'Lab Leak' Virus Theory
USDA To Buy $470 Million Worth Of Surplus Food Amid Outbreak
Pres. Trump Making Arizona Visit; Everyone He Meets Is Being Tested
Coronavirus Task Force Members Have To Get Permission To Testify
U.K. To Start Post-Brexit Trade Talks With The U.S.
Many In Congress Are At Heightened Risk From Coronavirus
U.S. Treasury Seeks To Borrow Record $2.9 Trillion In Second Quarter
DNC Chair Tom Perez Expects Party To Hold In-Person Convention
Senators Back In DC Despite Some Members' Heightened COVID-19 Risk