Government And Politics

China exonerates doctor reprimanded for warning of virus

Mar 20, 2020

China has taken the highly unusual move of exonerating a doctor who was reprimanded for warning about the coronavirus outbreak and later died of the disease

AP VoteCast: Arizona primary marked by coronavirus concerns

Mar 18, 2020

Voters in Arizona cast their ballots in Tuesday’s Democratic primary during a pandemic that has stunted travel, closed schools, forced millions of workers to stay home and canceled campaign rallies

White House: All cities, states should issue restrictions to promote distancing in line with new federal guidelines

Mar 17, 2020

White House: All cities, states should issue restrictions to promote distancing in line with new federal guidelines

Mississippi judge shot, critically wounded near courthouse

Mar 16, 2020

Police say a judge has been shot and critically wounded outside a courthouse in Mississippi

Guest lineups for the Sunday news shows

Mar 14, 2020

Guest lineups for the Sunday news shows

South African police arrest traditional king for ax attack

Mar 13, 2020

A controversial king of South Africa's AbaThembu, the clan of founding president Nelson Mandela, has been arrested after allegedly attacking family members with an ax at their royal homestead

Bernie Sanders wins Democratic presidential caucuses in North Dakota

Mar 11, 2020

Bernie Sanders wins Democratic presidential caucuses in North Dakota

Spanish parliament rejects probe of ex-king’s finances

Mar 10, 2020

The body in the Spanish Parliament that decides on the agenda for lawmakers has rejected two proposals drawn up by several political parties that call for the lower chamber to investigate whether former King Juan Carlos received millions of dollars in kick-back payments from Saudi Arabia

SEC bans employees from Washington office after virus scare

Mar 10, 2020

Securities and Exchange Commission employees will be working remotely for the foreseeable future after a coronavirus scare at its Washington headquarters

Former White House doctor Jackson goes to Texas GOP runoff

Mar 4, 2020

Former White House physician and one-time nominee to head the Department of Veterans Affairs Ronny Jackson has advanced to a runoff in the Republican primary for a rural Texas congressional seat

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