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Coronavirus Update: Covid-19 Treatment Hopes, Aerospace Survival Plans

Regulators weigh greenlighting the emergency use of a Gilead drug as Los Angeles starts offering free coronavirus tests; Boeing and Airbus plan to cut thousands of jobs; Elon Musk rails against lockdown measures. WSJ’s Shelby Holliday has the latest on … Continue reading

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How Coronavirus Changes Unemployment Insurance for Gig Workers

Gig workers are playing a bigger role in the American economy during the global pandemic. WSJ’s Gerald F. Seib explores whether their eligibility for unemployment insurance will continue after the virus passes. Photo: Justin Heiman/Getty Images Read the origin of … Continue reading

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Coronavirus Update: U.S. GDP Hit, Meat Plants to Remain Open

The U.S. economy shrank at a 4.8% pace in the first quarter as many companies report losses, President Trump’s action to keep meat-processing plants open is criticized by unions, and labs say Covid-19 testing capacity is unused. WSJ’s Shelby Holliday … Continue reading

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‘Covid Trutherism:’ Chris Hayes on Fox News’ coronavirus hypocrisy

Chris Hayes discusses Fox News’ attempt to play down the coronavirus and convince viewers that the experts were wrong. Read more Read the origin of topic at msnbc.com Latest Headlines

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Michael Steele: Trump treating coronavirus as ‘red and blue’ issue, not a health one

Michael Steele says the White House isn’t treating the pandemic as a health issue: “They’re positioning it in a political context, and literally ‘red vs. blue’ narrative.” Read more Read the origin of topic at msnbc.com Latest Headlines

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Coronavirus Update: Testing Blueprint Announced, Airlines Require Face Masks

The Trump administration says it’s set to send states enough tests to screen at least 2% of their populations, airlines urge passengers to mask up, and Detroit car makers set May 18 as U.S.-factory restart day. WSJ’s Shelby Holliday has … Continue reading

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Why the Coronavirus Is a Threat to U.S.-China Relations

The novel coronavirus has escalated tensions between the U.S. and China in ways that will likely linger after the virus is contained. WSJ’s Gerald F. Seib explains. Photo: Kevin Lamarque/Reuters Read the origin of topic at WSJ Live Video

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Meacham: Trump’s coronavirus response falls ‘utterly’ short of empathy

Presidential historian Jon Meacham reacts to what he sees as Trump's failure to provide the nation with solace as the coronavirus death toll in America tops 56,000 people. Read more Read the origin of topic at msnbc.com Latest Headlines

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Coronavirus Update: Reopening Fears, Farmers Forced to Destroy Crops

The U.S. and other countries start easing lockdown restrictions amid fears of new infections, supply chain disruptions force farmers to destroy their crops, and Boris Johnson returns to work. WSJ’s Shelby Holliday has the latest on the pandemic. Photo: Bryan … Continue reading

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Lt. Gov. Gilchrist: ‘There’s a death threat called coronavirus’

Rev. Al Sharpton is joined by Lt. Gov. Garlin Gilchrist of Michigan – they confront the effects of coronavirus as it pertains to the state's Black community. Read more Read the origin of topic at msnbc.com Latest Headlines

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