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Coronavirus outbreak forces fast food franchises to ask government for help


Why it will take an act of Congress for lawmakers to work from home


Democrat Days canceled over coronavirus


Federal officials unveil new Medicaid plan


Democrats hold on to Louisiana governor’s seat


AP sources: Deval Patrick mulling Democratic White House run


National security officials objected to stopping Ukraine aid


Judge dismisses Trump lawsuit against NY over tax returns


Trump tried hard to win Ukraine Biden probes, officials say


AP sources: Jeff Sessions to announce Alabama Senate bid


Impeachment inquiry focuses on White House lawyers


Democrats push impeachment rules package through House


Appeals court stops U.S. House from getting grand jury secrets from Mueller investigation


Army officer says he raised concerns about Trump and Ukraine


Anonymous Trump official writing 'unprecedented' inside take


After static summer, Democratic race enters a chaotic fall


Deadline for Real I.D is less than one year away


Report: Energy Secretary Rick Perry to resign by end of 2019


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No tourists, just patients: NYC landmarks convert to hospitals

"We're going to use every place we need to use to help people," Mayor Bill de Blasio has said.

New York man exposed to coronavirus hid symptoms to visit wife in hospital

Following the incident, UR Medicine will begin taking the temperature of visitors to its hospitals maternity units.

Do you need a mask? The science hasn't changed, but public guidance might

Attitudes about masks are beginning to change in the U.S., both among the general public and at the highest levels of public health.

Group behind NYC's COVID-19 field hospital run by antigay evangelist

Franklin Graham, the head of Samaritan’s Purse, has compared trans people to pedophiles and said gays would burn in the “flames of hell.”

Selena fans turn to social to pay tribute, 25 years after her death

"To a beautiful person who lives on...WE LOVE YOU AND MISS YOU! #SELENA25," Selena's sister Suzette Quintanilla posted on Facebook.