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April 3, 2020

On today's Front Page: 10 million Americans have lost their jobs over the last two weeks as the unemployment rate is up nearly a percentage point, churches adapt to COVID-19 by offering drive-through prayers and confession, the IRS says marijuana businesses have been bilking the federal government in taxes, and more. 

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April 1, 2020

On today's Front Page: FEMA will begin distributing the 10,000 ventilators in reserve to states in need this week, U.S. intelligence officials say that China's reported coronavirus death and case counts are inaccurate, gun sales in March set a national record, and more.

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April 1, 2020

On today's Front Page: President Trump warns Americans to prepare for a 'very painful two weeks' in the COVID-19 fight, the Pentagon tries to readjust its readiness because of the pandemic, and more.

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March 31, 2020

On today's Front Page: Maryland, Virginia, and the District of Columbia residents are all now under stay at home orders, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo has emerged as a national leader amidst the epicenter of coronavirus cases in his state, distillers are running into FDA regulations as they try and repurpose their facilities to make hand sanitizer, and more.

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March 30, 2020

On today's Front Page: President Trump recommends extending social distancing and business guidelines until April 30, a profile of Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin's new role as chief liaison between the White House and Capitol Hill, and more.

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March 26, 2020

On today's Front Page: President Trump suggests a coronavirus rating scale for U.S. counties, some states are moving to suspend mortgage payments in the wake of the pandemic, gyms and fitness studios are coming up with new ways to reach their members with workouts because of closures, and more.

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March 26, 2020

On today's Front Page: The Senate unanimously passes a $2.2 trillion coronavirus rescue package, Louisiana now has the highest coronavirus outbreak rate in the country, both military recruiters and political campaigns are looking for new ways to reach people in an age of social distancing, and more.

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March 25, 2020

On today's Front Page: The White House and Senate leaders have struck a deal for a historic $2 trillion dollar economic rescue package in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, the results of a military commission's study could include extending the Selective Service System to women, and more.

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March 24, 2020

On today's Front Page: House Democrats unveil a competing coronavirus relief proposal filled with unrelated wish list items as the Senate fails again to come to an agreement, the Olympic Games have been postponed, the U.S. cuts aid to the American-backed government in Afghanistan, and more.

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March 22, 2020

On today's Front Page: The Senate can't get the third phase of coronavirus economic relief past a procedural vote, sending Congress back to the drawing board, sportsbooks are taking bets on anything - including the weather - to makeup for the absence of games, and more.

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March 20, 2020

On today's Front Page: Congress is working on a $1.3 trillion phase III bill for coronavirus relief, the State Department has issued its highest warning - level four - advising Americans not to leave the country, parents are turning to home-schooled families for help teaching at home, and more.

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March 18, 2020

On today's Front Page: The Senate passes and President Trump signs an emergency $105 billion coronavirus relief bill, Naval hospital ships will be moved to each coast to treat COVID-19 patients, the calculus of the 2020 campaign is now altered, and more.

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March 18, 2020

On today's Front Page: The Trump administration proposes sending $1,000 checks to Americans to provide respite from the coronavirus outbreak, Joe Biden wins Democratic presidential primaries in Arizona, Illinois, and Florida, and more.

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March 17, 2020

On today's Front Page: President Trump urges stronger containment measures to stop the spread of the coronavirus, Wall Street is down 30% off of record highs a month ago, Voters head to the polls in only three states after Ohio postpones its primary, and more.

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March 16, 2020

On today's Front Page: States and cities begin to restrict gatherings in bars and restaurants due to the spread of the coronavirus, Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders debate head-to-head without a studio audience, a FISA reauthorization on Capitol Hill comes up in the Senate, and more.

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March 13, 2020

On today's Front Page: Coronavirus precautions and protections grind daily American life to a near-halt, the U.S. responds with airstrikes against Iranian-backed militias in Iraq after a rocket attack earlier this week, and more.

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March 12, 2020

On today's Front Page: The coronavirus pandemic begins to disrupt the daily lives of Americans as President Trump announces travel restrictions from Europe and sports leagues cancel games, Bernie Sanders vows to stay in the Democratic presidential race, and more.

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March 11, 2020

On today's Front Page: Joe Biden wins four more Democratic presidential primary elections as he advances closer to the nomination, Republicans and Democrats on Capitol Hill are offering competing proposals for economic and societal relief from the coronavirus, and more.

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March 10, 2020

On today's Front Page: President Trump proposes a payroll tax cut and expanded sick leave in response to the coronavirus outbreak in the U.S., Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte has placed his country in lockdown over the coronavirus spread, House Democrats want to remove a bust of former U.S. Chief Justice Roger Taney from the U.S. Capitol, and more.

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March 9, 2020

On today's Front Page: The coronavirus continues to impact U.S. and global events and markets as countries try to mitigate the spread of the virus, Bernie Sanders criticizes Joe Biden's record on the auto industry ahead of the Michigan primary, and more.

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