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Democratic Leader Denounces McConnell’s ‘No Urgency to Act’ Further on COVID-19 Crisis

Democratic Leader Denounces McConnell’s ‘No Urgency to Act’ Further on COVID-19 Crisis

The leader of the Senate Democrats castigated Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky) Monday for McConnell's statement that Senate Republicans have “yet to feel the urgency of acting immediately” to address the health and economic crises, despite record unemployment numbers and widespread reports of families going hungry and not being able to afford rent.
After the Flynn Case, There’s ‘Lawlessness at the Top of the Nation’s Top Law Enforcement Agency’

After the Flynn Case, There’s ‘Lawlessness at the Top of the Nation’s Top Law Enforcement Agency’

Attorney General William "Bill" Barr has come under fire for allowing the Justice Department to drop its case Thursday against former White House national security adviser Michael Flynn after Flynn repeatedly admitted to lying to the FBI.
Senator on Evidence Coronavirus Came from a Lab in China: I Want To See It

Senator on Evidence Coronavirus Came from a Lab in China: I Want To See It

While Secretary of State Mike Pompeo insists that there is evidence to support the discredited theory that the novel coronavirus actually originated in a biolab in Wuhan, China, a key senator is demanding to see that evidence.
Gov Cuomo: ‘Reopening More Difficult than the Closedown’

Gov Cuomo: ‘Reopening More Difficult than the Closedown’

While he conceded that remaining shutdown will become untenable, New York Gov Andrew Cuomo (D) said that the process of reopening more difficult than that of the closedown.
Biden on Blacks Disproportionately Dying of COVID-19: ‘Institutional Racism at the Root of this Injustice’

Biden on Blacks Disproportionately Dying of COVID-19: ‘Institutional Racism at the Root of this Injustice’

Institutional racism is at the root of why African Americans are many more times more likely to catch, and die from, COVID-19, according to Joe Biden, the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee.
How His Sexual Assault Denial Interview Could Well Help Biden More Broadly

How His Sexual Assault Denial Interview Could Well Help Biden More Broadly

Joe Biden seems to have done himself a world of good Friday related to the sexual assault allegations against him. But the MSNBC Q&A may carry him even further.
Romney Calls out U.S. Handling of Coronavirus: ‘Not a Great Moment in American Leadership’

Romney Calls out U.S. Handling of Coronavirus: ‘Not a Great Moment in American Leadership’

The United States has not distinguished itself so far with its leadership in the international community with its response to the global outbreak of the novel coronavirus, according to Sen Mitt Romney (R-Utah). However, the nation could well redeem itself in the coming phases of the pandemic, particularly as it relates to the development of medications and vaccines to combat the virus, he added.
Senator on LA Lakers Getting PPP Money: We Need to Get the Facts

Senator on LA Lakers Getting PPP Money: We Need to Get the Facts

A senior Senate Democrat wants his committee to investigate how the Los Angeles Lakers basketball team collected $4.6 million from a federal program designed to help American small businesses stay afloat during the economic fallout from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Stacey Abrams on Tara Reade: Biden Is ‘Telling the Truth and This Did Not Happen’

Stacey Abrams on Tara Reade: Biden Is ‘Telling the Truth and This Did Not Happen’

A prominent woman Democratic politician has weighed in on the sexual assault allegation against presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden, and she said that she believes Biden's denials.
Although Trump Says the U.S. Is Performing More Than 200,000 Tests a Day, Fmr. US Ebola Official Says It’s ‘Not Near Enough’ To Consider Reopening

Although Trump Says the U.S. Is Performing More Than 200,000 Tests a Day, Fmr. US Ebola Official Says It’s ‘Not Near Enough’ To Consider Reopening

Despite the progress Trump claimed, it's still not enough to start loosening the extreme lockdown conditions in place to slow the spread of the virus, but have also shuttered much of the US economy for weeks, according to the former federal official who oversaw the US response to the Ebola in late 2014 into early 2015.