Trump goes ranty — How to fix PPP
And South Korea says Kim Jong Un is not seriously ill.
The adviser faces the difficult task of formulating a new path for a mercurial president out of an emergency that shows no sign of abating,
“President Trump unfortunately appears to see the pandemic as just another opportunity to promote his own political interests,” he said.
And lawmakers are getting anxious as problems crop up in the recovery effort.
That’s the bad news. The good news is that the Treasury Department can fix it.
But there are good reasons to believe it will end as soon as the next Democrat wins the presidency.
Some are giving too many false positive results, which could mislead some people into thinking they have already been infected.
Conspiracy theories are fueling attacks on 5G masts in several EU countries following a spate in Britain.
The doctor-turned-Commission president struggles to revive an EU in critical condition.
The coronavirus has made nationalist dreams come true, but far-right parties seem unable to exploit it.
The president blasts the way his presidency is being covered — and those who win awards writing about him.
The tweet came less than a day after stories from POLITICO and the Wall Street Journal revealed White House officials were considering a replacement plan.
The request underscored concerns that hundreds of billions of dollars in aid would fail to reach some of the most vulnerable small businesses.
Scott Gottlieb says Rick Bright’s departure is likely to be counterproductive.
Gov. Jared Polis said it’s essential to move toward long-term safe practices.
The Georgia Democrat is actively seeking the No. 2 spot on the Democratic ticket.
The evolution of Trump’s idea that light might be used inside patients shows the symbiotic relationship between the president and his boosters.
The White House coronavirus response coordinator says the discussion is a distraction.
Maryland’s Larry Hogan and Michigan’s Gretchen Whitmer decried his comments on disinfectants.
A 1932 fight over an economic relief agency has parallels to today’s politics—and the electoral fortunes of both Democrats and Republicans.
State officials and growers say Trump’s Agriculture Department has been woefully slow to respond to farm crisis caused by coronavirus.
Pandemic makes a political target of public health officials like Dr. Theresa Tam.
Six Democratic female senators are in the mix to be Biden’s running mate.
The Hulu series reminds us that her greatest strength was toughness without anger.
Doctors and nurses told POLITICO they're still recycling protective equipment and worry vulnerable areas are being overlooked.
Italy will start reopening businesses on May 4 but schools will remain closed until September.
The British prime minister spent 3 days in intensive care with coronavirus earlier this month.
Among the candidates to take over as HHS secretary is coronavirus coordinator Deborah Birx, according to people familiar with the talks.
In a tweet, the president criticized the media’s “hostile questions” and said it wasn’t “worth the time and effort.”
The unprecedented decision to reinstate Crozier would be a rebuke to former acting Navy Secretary Thomas Modly.
Public health experts have called for increased testing to get a clearer picture of the pandemic's scope.
In an interview, the 2020 candidate courts the progressive left by calling for a huge, new green infrastructure bill—while hammering banks, and Trump.
A memo to workers suggests they can make their own face masks out of t-shirts or bandanas.
One EU official said the Chinese mission to the EU had protested about the report through several diplomatic channels.
Some allies worry the president is damaging his reelection prospects with his dominance of the briefing room during a public health and economic crisis.
It's not clear whether hospitals can handle a surge in cases if lockdown restrictions are eased.
Florida’s governor is desperate to get the state back to work. But the tourism industry is moving much more cautiously.
Sanders forces are pushing hard for more liberal policies.
Election officials from vote-by-mail states are fielding calls from around the country offering guidance on voting during a pandemic.
When Al Smith had the chance not to enforce Prohibition, he took it.
A 1993 video appears to show her mother calling the Larry King show to discuss “problems” while working for “a prominent senator.”