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The law does allow a president to send troops to a state over the state government’s objections, but only under specific circumstances.
Joe Biden takes an opportunity to portray himself as a leader, stepping up events as protests nationwide appear to leave President Trump paralyzed.
Joe Biden meets with community leaders at a predominantly African American church in Delaware to listen and address volatile racial tensions.
Voter dissatisfaction with Trump’s pandemic response puts him on defense in Iowa, a state he won by a wide margin in 2016
Gov. Gavin Newsom and the state’s leaders must decide how to give voice to the fear and frustration while seeking ways to deescalate the tense conditions.
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Politics and the Coronavirus pandemic
The president said WHO had failed to adequately respond to the coronavirus because China has ‘total control’ over the global health organization.
Supreme Court rules in a case in which a San Diego-area church challenged Gov. Gavin Newsom’s order limiting attendance because of the coronavirus.
The decision came with an entreaty from Tom Dalzell, the chairman of the state Citizens Compensation Commission, who called on California’s 132 elected state officials to each consider taking less pay during the coronavirus crisis.
As masks have become a political issue, state and local leaders are pushing compliance to help slow the spread of coronavirus.
American homeowners eligible for relief under the CARES Act were provided confusing information by more than two dozen banks, a watchdog has found.
Las Vegas casinos and Florida theme parks are set to begin opening next month as states balance health concerns with lost tourism revenue.
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