The Diamond Princess passengers were taken to hospital after showing symptoms of the coronavirus.
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"What you'll see is an attempt to cut him down because he is on the move," political consultant Hank Sheinkopf said.
The senator from Vermont has seen an uptick in support from hispanic voters, with a plurality of 42 percent of the demographic backing his candidacy.
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Fears that a Donald Trump vs. Bernie Sanders match-up could set the presidential race up for a referendum on capitalism vs. socialism are overblown, strategists said. The picture is more nuanced.
The billionaire's team is reportedly now hiring more than 500 "deputy digital organizers" to work up to 30 hours a week and promote his presidential campaign's message to their friends.
"We're not even in the top ten," former South Bend, Indiana Mayor Pete Buttigieg said.
"If the immigrant community feels less safe and afraid…witnesses [are] less likely to come forward," said California Rep. Mike Thompson.
The data included names, home addresses, email addresses, and phone numbers, but does not appear to have resulted in the loss of guests' financial details, an MGM spokesperson said.
Mulvaney also said that the "deep state" is still trying to hinder Trump and expressed frustration that the president could not fire more obstructive officials.
A new report says officials failed to adequately track and store hundreds of millions of dollars worth of weapons sent to support U.S. allies.
Attorney General William Barr is reportedly considering quitting his position over President Donald Trump's social media posts.
As the former New York City mayor prepares for his first nationally televised debate, the fallout from a viral video of his remarks about farming could deal a damaging and lasting blow to his bid for the Democratic presidential nomination.
"It might be impossible to truly fathom the magnitude of the threat that global-mean sea level rise poses," researchers wrote in a study.
"Our study is actually conservative, because it doesn't factor in the lives saved among underinsured Americans," study author Alison Galvani from the Yale School of Public Health told Newsweek.
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