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Mayday: Landlords Brace for Impact as More Tenants Can’t Pay Rent

Hundreds of thousands of renters may miss rent payments for May as the coronavirus crisis enters its third month in the U.S. For smaller landlords, that means facing their own financial crisis. WSJ’s Jason Bellini reports. Photo: Fadhila Hussein Read … Continue reading

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NYT op-ed: More suffering ahead for developing world

As Americans try to simply survive this pandemic, what are the long term impacts of the coronavirus? New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof joins Stephanie Ruhle to explain how a lack of food could have a devastating impact around the … Continue reading

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Expert: ‘I’ve never seen a more rigorous chase for any vaccine’

Jon Cohen, a staff writer for Science Magazine, tells Lawrence O'Donnell the race to develop a COVID-19 vaccine is "more rigorous" than any chase for a vaccine he has seen in his more than 30 years covering infectious diseases and … Continue reading

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Why Congress Can’t Move Quickly to Approve More Small-Business Loans

The small-business loan program designed to support businesses hit by the pandemic has run out of money. WSJ’s Gerald F. Seib explains the forces keeping Congress from fixing that problem now. Photo: Josh Edelson/AFP via Getty Images Read the origin … Continue reading

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How systemic inequality leads to more people of color dying from coronavirus

Dr. Ebony Hilton with the University of Virgina joins to discuss the reasons behind the disproportionate COVID-19 deaths happening among people of color in America. Read more Read the origin of topic at msnbc.com Latest Headlines

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How the Queen said more than Trump in a few short minutes

Queen Elizabeth II on Sunday delivered a historic broadcast to Britain amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. The panel discusses how the Queen in a short address was able to say more than President Trump in his press briefing. Read more … Continue reading

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Why Unemployment Means More Money for Some Under Stimulus Bill

Under the new coronavirus stimulus package signed by President Trump, some workers may earn more money from unemployment benefits than what they earned before being laid off. WSJ’s Gerald F. Seib explains why that is the case. Photo: Anna Watts … Continue reading

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Pelosi: Dr. Fauci is a ‘truth teller” and lifting restrictions is a ‘formula for more uncertainty’

Speaker Pelosi commends Dr. Fauci's science and evidence based approach to dealing with the coronavirus response, while criticizing Trump's suggestions that the "cure could do more harm than the problem," telling Andrea Mitchell that the cost to the Read more … Continue reading

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Trump makes more than 10,000 false, misleading claims: WaPo

On April 26, just 226 days after the president made 5,000 false and misleading claims, the president crossed the 10,000 mark, according to a Washington Post analysis. Read more Read the origin of topic at msnbc.com Latest Headlines

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Why Pedestrian Deaths Are on the Rise (It’s More Than Just Smartphones)

The number of pedestrian deaths in the U.S. reached a nearly 30-year high in 2018, according to a report by the Governor’s Highway Safety Association. WSJ explains what might be driving that trend. Illustration: Mallory Brangan/The Wall Street Journal Read … Continue reading

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