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Biden crushes Sanders in primary sweep of Florida, Illinois, Arizona

Joe Biden swept another round of delegate-rich contests Tuesday – winning in Florida, Illinois and Arizona – further cementing the former vice president as the dominant front-runner in the race for the Democratic presidential nomination over Bernie Sanders as the coronavirus threat scrambles the primary calendar for the foreseeable future. Florida and Illinois will award a hefty 219…

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President Donald Trump Joins Senate Republicans For Their Weekly Policy Luncheon

Trump wants to send Americans checks ‘immediately’ in response to coronavirus

Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said Tuesday that the Trump administration wants to send checks to Americans “in the next two weeks” in an effort to help people cope with the economic fallout due to the coronavirus pandemic. “We’re looking at sending checks to Americans immediately,” Mnuchin said during a press briefing from the White House. “Americans need cash now,…

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White House Seeks $1 Trillion From Congress In Coronavirus Relief Push

The furious pace of proposals comes as the spreading virus continues to pose a direct threat to Capitol building operations, as several lawmakers’ offices remain closed as a result of at least two coronavirus cases among current D.C-based Hill staffers.   The Trump administration is asking Congress for roughly $1 trillion in new economic relief…

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Millions In San Francisco Area Cope With Virus Restrictions

SAN FRANCISCO — Millions in the San Francisco Bay Area found empty highways, shuttered stores and vacant streets Tuesday as officials began enforcing an order for residents to stay at home and only leave for essential reasons in a desperate attempt to slow the spread of the coronavirus. Miguel Aguirre, 38, his wife and two…

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Takeaways From The Joe Biden, Bernie Sanders Democratic Debate

Former Vice President Joe Biden, left, and Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders greet each other before they participate in a Democratic presidential primary debate Sunday at CNN Studios in Washington. It wasn’t tea for two. It wasn’t landmines and firefights and all-out political warfare, either. Rather Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders — the last two major…

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The debacle over Trump’s coronavirus test

President Trump announced Saturday, after days of questions about whether he should get tested for the novel coronavirus, that he took a test Friday night and was awaiting results. The test was negative, according to the White House. If the episode says anything at all about the broader handling of the crisis, that would be very disconcerting….

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Senate Votes to Revoke DeVos Student Loan Rule

It’s very rare that we see the Republican-controlled Senate vote against the Trump administration. The only thing more surprising than Betsy DeVos still having a job is Republicans voting to repeal a rule she created. According to the New York Times, a rare instance of bipartisanship occurred when the Senate voted to revoke a rule…

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Joe Biden Wins Michigan, Missouri, Mississippi Democratic Primaries

Joe Biden decisively won Michigan’s Democratic presidential primary on Tuesday, seizing a key battleground state that helped propel Bernie Sanders’ insurgent candidacy four years ago. The former vice president’s victory there, as well as in Missouri, Mississippi and Idaho, dealt a serious blow to Sanders and substantially widened Biden’s path to the nomination. Biden again…

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Kansas City Mayor Unable to Vote, His Name ‘Wasn’t in the System’

Kansas City Mayor Quinton Lucas was not allowed to cast his vote in the Missouri primary on Tuesday because he reportedly “wasn’t in the system.” The mayor said on Twitter: “I made a video this morning about the importance of voting and then got turned away because I wasn’t in the system even though I’ve…

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