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Fox News Poll: Voters split on economy and coronavirus

Hey, Juan, thank you. Good evening, I'm Bret Baier. "BREAKING TONIGHT", Fox News polls releasing right now sends some messages to President Trump on how he's dealing with the coronavirus pandemic, and ... read more

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Stark Racial Gap Is Revealed in U.K. Coronavirus Death Toll

Poland has postponed its presidential election amid debate over how to conduct voting safely. In India, a deadly gas leak may have resulted from a rush to reopen a chemical plant. read more

Ginsburg participates in Supreme Court phone arguments from hospital

Another unusual situation for the nation's highest court tonight. Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, participated in telephone arguments today from a hospital bed. Those arguments dealt with the latest ... read more

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The Brit Trying to Fix Facebook’s Global Image

The company hired no less than a former deputy prime minister of the UK to fix its reputation and governance. But is Nick Clegg changing Facebook for the better—or putting a fresh shine on deep ... read more

All 50 U.S. states have taken steps toward reopening in time for Memorial Day weekend

The process of reopening the U.S. economy will enter a new phase as Memorial Day weekend approaches. By Wednesday, all 50 states will have begun lifting restrictions put in place to combat the ... read more

Coronavirus daily news updates, May 14: What to know today about COVID-19 in the Seattle area, Washington state and the nation

Throughout Thursday, on this page, we’ll be posting updates from Seattle Times journalists and others on the pandemic and its effects on the Seattle area, the Pacific Northwest and the world. read more

When the World Went Away, We Made a New One

When I stood after picking up things my daughter dropped or tossed, the corners of my vision fluttered with dark flecks. The virus claimed my bedroom as its own, salting my sheets with night sweat. read more

Trump’s Favorite TV Network Is Post-parody

Or, to put the relationship in tabloid terms familiar to Trump: He treats OAN like his sidepiece, and Fox News ... recently. Now on the one hand, ouch—on-air talent likes nothing more than ... read more

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Rethink the news: Reducing news to hard lines and side-taking leaves a lot of the story untold. Progress comes from challenging what we hear and considering different views. read more

Pelosi criticizes Trump for taking hydroxychloroquine, ‘something that has not been approved by the scientists’

With no deaths in half of America's counties, Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar said it would be safe to reopen the country. read more

2020 Daily Trail Markers: Biden's search for a VP is likely underway

Previously, he said he hopes to announce his decision by July. While he has ... women. Several high-profile Democrats told CBS News they are urging Biden to pick a woman of color. Read more ... read more

How Anthony Fauci Became America’s Doctor

Millions of Americans, in the hope of safeguarding their health and fighting the rapidly escalating spread of COVID-19, had already begun to follow the sober recommendation of Anthony S. Fauci, the ... read more

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