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The Latest Developments Around Federal Coronavirus Response

Friday, March 20, 2020

NPR economics, politics and science correspondents relay the latest federal developments in the coronavirus pandemic.


Trump Partly Shuts Border With Canada To Stem Spread Of Coronavirus

Wednesday, March 18, 2020

The president said the border would close by "mutual consent," the latest development in the coronavirus pandemic.


White House Wants To Send Checks To Americans As Coronavirus Stalls Economy

Tuesday, March 17, 2020

"We want to go big," President Trump said as his administration seeks to revive the now-stalled economy.


President Trump Declares National Emergency As Coronavirus Pandemic Grows

Friday, March 13, 2020

The move frees up as much as $50 billion to help states deal with the crisis. But Trump overstated the readiness of a website to help anxious people find testing.


Democrats Unveil Measure To Help Communities Impacted By Coronavirus

Wednesday, March 11, 2020

Democratic lawmakers rejected the chief proposal floated by President Trump to cut payroll taxes and instead offered proposals for paid sick leave, expanded unemployment aid, small business grants.


Trump Campaign Makes Pitch To Black Neighborhoods. Will It Connect?

Sunday, March 08, 2020

The Trump campaign held a Black Voices for Trump event in Milwaukee, part of what many see as an uphill push to peel off some African American votes in battleground states in 2020.


Trump Campaign Works To Court Black Voters

Friday, March 06, 2020

President Trump has not been popular with black voters, but his campaign is trying to change that. A Black Voices for Trump event in Milwaukee shows why it's going to be a uphill battle.


Seeking Black Voters, Trump Campaign To Open Offices In 15 Black Communities

Wednesday, February 26, 2020

The Trump campaign is hoping to boost support from African Americans in November. It will open offices in 15 cities with large black populations.


Michael Bloomberg Heads To Campaign In Utah After Nevada Debate

Thursday, February 20, 2020

Mike Bloomberg follows up his uneven debate debut Thursday with an early-morning rally in Utah and three fresh endorsements from prominent House Democrats.


Trump Competes For Spotlight During Democratic Nominating Contests

Monday, February 17, 2020

Though he faces minimal opposition in GOP primaries, President Trump has been holding campaign events in states with early nominating contests. He's vying for attention with Democratic candidates.


Trump Again Proposes Slashing Foreign Aid In Budget

Monday, February 10, 2020

President Trump proposed steep cuts to foreign aid and other programs in his budget for fiscal year 2021. The blueprint is expected to be declared dead on arrival in Congress.


Trump Ramps Up Outreach To Black Voters After State Of The Union Push

Saturday, February 08, 2020

President Trump has been heavily promoting policies aimed at appealing to black voters, including criminal justice issues, historically black colleges and so-called Opportunity Zones.


What We Learned From Trump's State Of The Union Address

Wednesday, February 05, 2020

Republicans loved the made-for-television moments in President Trump's third State of the Union speech as he made his case for reelection. Democrats did not.


Trump Impeachment Trial Winds Down With Closing Arguments

Monday, February 03, 2020

Both sides made their closing arguments in the president's impeachment trial in the Senate. On Wednesday, the Senate is widely expected to acquit the president.


Trump Lawyers Wrap Up Opening Arguments In Senate Impeachment Trial

Tuesday, January 28, 2020

President Trump's attorneys wrapped up the third day of their case against removal from office in the Senate impeachment trial, arguing removal would be an extreme move.


White House Lawyers Resume Impeachment Defense As Trial Hits Week 2

Monday, January 27, 2020

President Trump's team of lawyers got into the meat of their defense against impeachment in the Senate trial on Monday.


Opening Statements Recap: Senate Impeachment Trial Of President Trump

Thursday, January 23, 2020

House Democrats will continue arguments for why President Trump should be removed from office. House impeachment manager Adam Schiff began the arguments on Wednesday.


Trump Broke Budget Law In Withholding Ukraine Aid, Says Government Watchdog

Thursday, January 16, 2020

A nonpartisan federal watchdog agency ruled President Trump broke a budget law by withholding aid from Ukraine — a decision that may fuel the push to call witnesses at his Senate impeachment trial.


GAO: Trump Broke Budget Law When He Froze Ukraine Funds

Thursday, January 16, 2020

In a new decision, a federal watchdog says President Trump broke a budget law when he froze funds to Ukraine, a decision at the heart of the impeachment trial.


Trump Broke The Law In Freezing Ukraine Funds, Watchdog Report Concludes

Thursday, January 16, 2020

The Government Accountability Office opined on Thursday that the Trump administration's actions in the Ukraine affair went beyond the bounds of a law called the Impoundment Control Act.