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Pelosi reiterates Dems will push for more funds to expand absentee and early voting in next coronavirus bill. "We want the resources to be there and no obstacles to that voting to take place," she says

The Small Business Administration and the Treasury have put together a FAQ list concerning the Paycheck Protection Program established by the CARES Act. Those questions and answers may be found here:

NEW: Update on PM. "His condition is stable and he remains in intensive care for close monitoring. He is in good spirits"

Michael Lewis is, as always, excellent here. And "The Fifth Risk" is proving one of the most prophetic (and still worth reading!) Trump-era books.

The closure of restaurants and bars, the halting of the tourism industry and a lack of foot traffic in urban areas have had a severe impact on rat populations around the country.

The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is reporting 374,329 confirmed and presumptive positive cases of novel coronavirus in the United States. The CDC says 12,064 people have died.

We are supporting women and children fleeing violence by providing up to $50 million to women’s shelters and sexual assault centres, including facilities in #Indigenous  communities. Learn more: #EconomicResponse 

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Coronavirus latest: — New York death toll sees largest single-day jump – UK prime minister is "stable" in ICU – China reports no new deaths for the first time since January

“The Kentucky Republican, who was placed into quarantine after testing positive for the virus on March 22, said he is rested and ready to offer his services as a healthcare worker in his hometown of Bowling Green during the crisis.” Read more here:

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As President Trump flips through the cable news channels, one doctor in particular has caught his eye: Dr. Mehmet Oz, the celebrity cardiac surgeon whose medical advice has been called into serious question in the past

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