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info_outline May 22, 2020 05/22/2020
May 22, 2020 On today's Front Page: The Trump administration says it will pull out of the Open Skies Treaty, President Trump is urging the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to speed up the reopening of churches, political campaigns are trying to figure out what is possible in the coronavirus era, and more.
info_outline May 21, 2020 05/21/2020
May 21, 2020 On today's Front Page: Positive economic news is starting to come in from reopened states, President Trump criticizes vote-by-mail plans in Michigan and Nevada, BlackRock is feeling pressure from investors over its climate agenda and ties to China, and more.
info_outline May 20, 2020 05/20/2020
May 20, 2020 On today's Front Page: President Trump signs an executive order to direct federal agencies not to “over-enforce” regulations against small businesses as they reopen, Treasury Secretary Stephen Mnuchin and Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell tell Congress they still have tools to prop up a reeling economy, and more.
info_outline May 19, 2020 05/19/2020
May 19, 2020 On today's Front Page: Positive momentum continues to build for recovery as automakers reopen factories and airlines announce the resumption of routes, World Health Organization Director-General Tedros Adhanom supports a review of his organization's response to the pandemic, Former President Barack Obama has reinserted himself into the political fray, and more.
info_outline May 15, 2020 05/15/2020
May 15, 2020 On today's Front Page: President Trump blames the Obama administration for medical equipment shortages, the Department of Homeland Security is cracking down on coronavirus scammers, scientists are having a hard time tracking asymptomatic carriers, and more.
info_outline May 14, 2020 05/14/2020
May 14, 2020 On today's Front Page: Maryland and Virginia plan phase one reopenings this week except for the counties in the Washington, D.C., region, Georgia continues to show decreases in the moving averages of COVID-19 cases and deaths after reopening, nearly 40 Obama administration officials sought to unmask former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn's name during the 2016 presidential transition, and more.
info_outline May 11, 2020 05/11/2020
May 11, 2020 On today's Front Page: Trump administration officials project unemployment to reach 20% but are optimistic for an economic rebound, some churches are defying orders to remain closed with the Justice Department's backing, Ocean City - Maryland's iconic beach town - has reopened its boardwalk and beaches, and more.
info_outline May 7, 2020 05/07/2020
May 7, 2020 On today's Front Page: Senate Republicans break with President Trump in asking for economic aid for cities and states, Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan eases restrictions on some outdoor activities, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott demands the release of a salon owner jailed for violating his stay-at-home order, and more.
info_outline May 6, 2020 05/06/2020
May 6, 2020 On today's Front Page: President Trump visits a Honeywell N95 mask factory in Arizona, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo is defending his handling of nursing homes after reporting 1,700 previously-unreported COVID-19 deaths, a pair of New England businessmen are the first in the nation to be charged with fraudulently seeking rescue loans, and more.
info_outline May 5, 2020 05/05/2020
May 5, 2020 On today's Front Page: Coronavirus antibody tests face tougher FDA scrutiny after complaints of fraud, Florida becomes the latest state to ease some pandemic-based restrictions, the Pentagon is forging ahead with a dramatic cut in combat troop levels in Afghanistan, and more
info_outline May 4, 2020 05/04/2020
May 4, 2020 On today's Front Page: Coronavirus vaccine prospects this year are "pretty good" according to Oxford University, Joe Biden will not release his Senate papers stored at the University of Delaware, the class of 2020 is celebrating their achievements in different ways this year, and more.
info_outline May 1, 2020 05/01/2020
May 1, 2020 On today's Front Page: President Trump projects economic optimism in the face of widespread layoffs, Joe Biden denies sexual assault accusations made by former Senate staffer Tara Reade, the TSA inspector general says the agency's passenger screening canine program isn't worth the cost, and more.
info_outline April 30, 2020 04/30/2020
April 30, 2020 On today's Front Page: Economic numbers are crashing at the fastest rate since the Great Depression, the antiviral drug remdesivir shows a "clear cut" effect in cutting the time patients need to recover from COVID-19, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio is under fire for criticizing the Jewish community for large gatherings, and more.
info_outline April 29, 2020 04/29/2020
April 29, 2020 On today's Front Page: U.S. coronavirus hot spots still persist as domestic cases pass 1 million, President Trump wants changes in sanctuary city protocols in the next round of rescue funding to states, the U.S. marriage rate has fallen to the lowest level in more than a century, and more.
info_outline April 28, 2020 04/28/2020
April 28, 2020 On today's Front Page: The White House says America’s coronavirus testing is in better shape, the Pentagon releases three raw videos of “unidentified aerial phenomena," the latest calculations for how much of the border wall can be built are shorter than originally projected, and more.
info_outline April 27, 2020 04/27/2020
April 27, 2020 On today's Front Page: A top White House adviser warns the U.S. is facing Great Depression-era economic pain from the COVID-19 pandemic, intelligence sources dispute the claims that Kim Jong-un is dead, but theories continue to mount, Joe Biden is under pressure from far-left groups to take a harder stance on issues, and more.
info_outline April 24, 2020 04/24/2020
April 24, 2020 On today's Front Page: Congress sends an additional $484 billion in Paycheck Protection Program and other coronavirus rescue funding to the president, scientists and governors are entering a crucial phase in the coronavirus fight, more Americans are using driving as a way to fight the feeling of being trapped inside, and more.
info_outline April 23, 2020 04/23/2020
April 23, 2020 On today's Front Page: Republican lawmakers are objecting to giving states a 'blank check' in the next round of coronavirus relief, U.S. tensions with Iran escalate after a military satellite launch there, wet markets that operate in the U.S. are under new pressure to shut down, and more.
info_outline April 22, 2020 04/22/2020
April 22, 2020 On today's Front Page: The Senate approves an additional $484 billion for the Paycheck Protection Program, President Trump and New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo reach a partnership on increased coronavirus testing, Southeast Republican governors are ready to reopen parts of their states this week, and more.
info_outline April 15, 2020 04/15/2020
April 15, 2020 On today's Front Page: President Trump says the U.S. will stop funding the World Health Organization while his administration reviews its management of the coronavirus pandemic, some European Union nations begin to ease social restrictions, the Justice Department is siding with drive-in church goers who were fined in Mississippi, and more.
info_outline April 14, 2020 04/14/2020
April 14, 2020 On today's Front Page: Ten governors in the Northeast and on the West Coast announced they are crafting plans together for reopening the economy in their states, Russia and Saudi Arabia reach a deal to cut oil production, Bernie Sanders endorses Joe Biden for the Democratic presidential nomination, and more.