POLITICOWhile America wasn’t looking, family visitors, staff and other health professionals unknowingly brought the virus into long-term care facilities, spreading it among the population least likely to withstand it
The Covid-19 pandemic is leading to "tsunami" of change in how people buy food.
POLITICOMillions of gallons of milk are being dumped.
Produce is decaying in fields without migrant labor. Some farmers are turning fresh vegetables into mulch.
Airline cutbacks are crushing the capacity to import perishable foods.
The president informed Congress of the move in a Friday-evening letter to the House and Senate intelligence committees.
POLITICOBREAKING: Trump has fired the intelligence community’s chief watchdog, who was the first to sound the alarm to Congress about an “urgent” complaint involving Trump’s communications with Ukraine
One aide studied the Spanish flu while another reviewed FDR’s inaugural address, searching for inspiration to tackle today’s crisis.
POLITICOAs Covid-19 claims more lives, Trump officials are digging through history for analogs that might help them rally the nation & protect their boss’s legacy. One NSC official recently read "The Great Influenza," another has been studying FDR speeches
Jobs report won't tell the tale — Banks worried about small business loan program
POLITICOThe March jobs report out this morning is not expected to show anything close to the full hit so far from the coronavirus. Consensus is for a loss of 100K, ending a record run of 113 straight months with job gains.
“These are new tests, and we have prioritized the groups that we think have the least access to testing now,” Deborah Birx said.
POLITICORapid point-of-care coronavirus tests will be used to support areas of the country with the least access to testing, as well as nursing homes, White House coronavirus coordinator Deborah Birx said today
The enforcement of rules put in place by the White House Correspondents' Association is placing OAN in direct conflict with other news organizations.
POLITICOOne day after her employer was kicked out of the rotation to cover daily press briefings by President Trump's coronavirus task force, OAN correspondent Chanel Rion plans to be back in the briefing room at press secretary Stephanie Grisham’s request