York Times / Trump Campaign

President Trump's 2020 campaign has filed a libel lawsuit against The New York Times. A spokesperson for the newspaper said, "The Trump Campaign has turned to the courts to try to punish an opinion writer for having an opinion they find unacceptable."

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President Trump at the coronavirus briefing just now reiterated that his hair is his. He said: My hair is blowing in the wind and it’s mine. That’s one thing you can’t get away with if you’re president.

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Florida pastor Rodney Howard-Browne was arrested after holding services Sunday at his Tampa megachurch despite public orders urging residents to stay home to help contain the spread of coronavirus

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If you're angry at the guy shifting over his factory to produce 50,000 facemasks a day for medical professionals, you're doing being human wrong. #MyPillow 

The White House task force gives an update on the novel coronavirus pandemic. With more than 156,900 confirmed cases, the U.S. has by far the highest national tally in the world. WATCH LIVE:

Latest case trajectories for major countries: • US cases continue to soar. Unquestionably the worst outbreak in the world Reporting from @YuanfenYang  & co on whether you can trust the Chinese data:

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