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With the number of coronavirus infections nearing 1.5 million worldwide, many are scrambling for signs of optimism. They might be encouraged by hard-hit places like Italy, Spain and New York City, where infections and fatalities are starting to level off. But cases are also spiking in India and Japan. And…
Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, who rallied progressive voters to move the Democratic Party leftward in 2016 and again this year, dropped his presidential bid Wednesday, leaving former Vice President Joe Biden to face President Donald Trump in November. Biden had defeated Sanders in key state primaries to amass a nearly…
There’s a new war to fight. The Saudi-led coalition that’s battled Iran-backed Houthis in Yemen since 2015 has announced a unilateral cease-fire. The move, taking effect today, is intended to both prevent a coronavirus outbreak among Yemen’s war-ravaged population, and allow Houthi leaders to join U.N.-organized peace negotiations. Last month…
As legislators spar over relief packages, the White House is reportedly creating a second coronavirus task force to deal with the pandemic’s economic impact. Likely to include the Treasury secretary and presidential economic advisors, it would aim to reopen the country for business by the end of April. It could…
New research shows that the first coronavirus carriers arrived in New York from Europe in mid-February, weeks before the first confirmed case. Linda Tripp, the confidante who taped Monica Lewinsky’s conversations, launching a scandal that led to President Bill Clinton’s impeachment, has died of cancer at age 70. And China…
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