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By Mark Kennedy, Associated Press
New York City’s theaters are finally reopening after they were shut down on March 12, 2020, when the COVID-19 pandemic began to hit the city. This has been the longest shutdown in Broadway’s history. Major hits like “Lion King” and…
By Zachary Green
Fourth of July celebrations in many parts of the United States were muted this year, overshadowed by a virus spreading with alarming speed. The national death toll from COVID-19 has surpassed 130,000, and hospitals in the South and West particularly…
By William Brangham
A rural California county is defying Gov. Gavin Newsom's coronavirus shutdown order and has become the state's first county to let nonessential businesses reopen.
By John Antczak, Adam Beam, Associated Press
President Donald Trump is prepared to issue the first veto of his term if Congress votes to disapprove his declaration of a national emergency along the U.S.-Mexico border, a top White House adviser said on Sunday.
By Zeke Miller, Associated Press
By Alan Fram, Associated Press
She had kept Democrats united as public pressure built to end the standoff. And she stood up to Trump repeatedly, challenging his intelligence (“Let’s give him to time to think it — oh, think, did I say think?”) and even…
By Associated Press
The Trump administration asked federal department heads to reopen offices in a “prompt and orderly manner” and said furloughed employees can return to work.
By PBS NewsHour
On this edition for Sunday, Jan. 20, no compromise in sight as the government shutdown enters day 30, and troubling details emerge on how Purdue Pharma allegedly marketed prescription painkiller OxyContin. Also, after two decades, a paralyzed outdoorsman designs a…
The hardest part about ending the government shutdown, now in it’s 30th day, is that both parties have long standing ideals about immigration that align with the people they represent, says NewsHour Weekend Special Correspondent Jeff Greenfield. So it might…
By Yamiche Alcindor
After the speech, White House officials pushed the offer as a “common sense compromise,” while Democratic lawmakers doubled down on their rejection.
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