The West Wing of the White House is a ghost town. Staff members are scared of exposure. And now the executive mansion is a treatment ward for not one — but two — COVID patients.
By Jill Colvin, Deb Reichmann, Colleen Long, Associated Press
The nation awoke Friday to the stunning news that President Trump and the first lady had tested positive for COVID-19. As the day went on, officials acknowledged that Trump is experiencing mild symptoms, and by evening, he was being transported…
As President Trump relocates to Walter Reed National Medical Center following his COVID-19 diagnosis, there are many questions about his medical condition -- and about who else might have been exposed amid his busy schedule of events and travel. Dr.
How does President Trump’s coronavirus diagnosis affect the executive branch -- and American national security? Leon Panetta was White House chief of staff to President Clinton as well as CIA director and secretary of defense during the Obama administration. He…
In our news wrap Friday, the U.S. Treasury Department imposed sanctions on eight Belarusian officials for their roles in the country’s disputed presidential election -- and the violent crackdown that followed. The move came soon after the European Union had…
By Zeke Miller, Jill Colvin, Associated Press
President Donald Trump's comments came after he confirmed that Hope Hicks, one his closest aides, had tested positive for the virus Thursday.
By Amna Nawaz, Daniel Bush, Yamiche Alcindor, Leah Nagy, Vika Aronson, Erica R. Hendry, Emily Carpeaux, Frank Carlson
PBS NewsHour’s senior national correspondent Amna Nawaz talks with White House correspondent Yamiche Alcindor and political reporter Daniel Bush about what happened this week and what it means for the 2020 race.
By Amna Nawaz
On Night 2 of the Republican National Convention, supporters looking to bolster President Trump’s base emphasized social issues, including abortion and women’s empowerment. Melania Trump was the first speaker to address the staggering death toll of the pandemic. And in…
Perhaps the most consequential moments came from President Trump and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo using their positions as public servants to promote the campaign’s interests.
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