The ad comes as an increasing number of voters disapprove of the president's handling of the pandemic that's killed more than 6,500 Americans.
Increasing Congress' oversight ability of coronavirus relief packages faces hurdles, including fierce accusations from Republicans of injecting partisan politics into a global health crisis—tension that could exacerbate talks as Democrats push for more aid amid skyrocketing unemployment numbers.
A video posted by a sailor says everything there is to say about the firing of Navy Capt. Brett Crozier about how things look to a sailor or soldier when they are out there doing their jobs, compared to the view from a desk in Washington, DC.
The social network took action yesterday after multiple researchers flagged over 9,000 profiles that appeared to be spreading content promoting the political interests of the UAE and Saudi Arabia.
The National Bobblehead Hall of Fame released a piece of memorabilia commemorating the NIAID director.
Thomas Modly, the acting secretary of the Navy, said he had "lost confidence" in Crozier's ability to lead after plea letter leaked to press.
"President Trump, we need leadership." Schumer said Thursday. "We need to get the job done."
Trump has ordered a significant increase in counter-narcotics and border control operations, which could draw the armed forces into another resource drain and a controversial mission.
Jobless claims hit record levels for the second time in as many weeks as the coronavirus pandemic continued to rattle the economy.
Massachusetts has reported almost 8,000 coronavirus cases and more than 120 deaths as it embraced for a surge in cases.
Only a small minority of students chose to return to campus—many of them international students with nowhere else to go—and they too are studying online.
China and Russia are using the coronavirus pandemic to position themselves as world leaders while the United States turns its focus to domestic matters to battle the infectious disease.
"It's not too much for Americans to ask of their leaders that they be competent and informed when responding to a crisis of historic proportions," the editorial board wrote.
Activists called for improved measures for protecting tenants after authorities issued moratoriums on COVID-19 related evictions.
As businesses close and people are told to stay in their homes to combat the coronavirus, church tithing is down nearly 75 percent in some cases, leading to some churches to pivot to online donation.
Smart is one of four NBA players to volunteer to take part in an experimental therapy that researchers hope could help high-risk patients.
Tracking analysts see a discrepancy between White House claims and the real numbers on the testing kits.
European governments have reported tens of thousands of inadequate protective masks and testing kits ordered from China.
The official purchasing managers' index (PMI), which is a metric of activity in the manufacturing sector, was higher than expected, although global shutdowns will hurt demand.
"All necessary measures"?While every military base is alert to the threat of COVID-19, only a tiny portion of the force is actually being utilized.
Ivanka Trump, who is a senior adviser to the president, said the Trump administration is "committed to helping you through this uncertain time."
Social distancing measures in states with Republican governors and more Trump voters were delayed by 2.7 days, according to University of Washington research.
The ACLU sued the D.C. Department of Corrections Monday for alleged "flagrant disregard of basic public health measures to limit the spread and severity of a COVID-19 outbreak inside the D.C. Jail."
Expanding digital infrastructure, like broadband internet and 5G, and access to clean water are on Democrats' wish list as the coronavirus pandemic has forced much of the globe to function remotely from the safe confines of one's own home.
The announcement could mean that hundreds of lawmakers were exposed to a coronavirus infection.
The new coronavirus has created turbulent times, in Iran as throughout the world. But Christian converts from Islam like Mary Mohammadi find hope in their newfound faith.
Texas Republican congressional candidate Kathaleen Wall thanked Governor Greg Abbott for signing an executive order last week that deemed abortions "medically unnecessary."
She reacted to a few rare words of praise from the president on Friday, pointing out several ways he's personally leading "the worst national response of any industrialized nation in the world."
Lowery, who died at the age of 98 on Friday, was often dubbed the "Dean" of the civil of the civil rights movement.