Schumer Proposes $25,000 ‘Heroes’ Pay for Frontline Workers
Officials warn will be a hard week with a rising number of cases and deaths.
Wyoming School Official Defends Withholding Investigation Report
The judge plans to black out the names of people in the report before it is made public.
China’s Virus Pandemic Epicenter Wuhan Ends 76-Day Lockdown
The city’s 11 million residents will be permitted to leave without special authorization as long as a mandatory smartphone application shows they are healthy.
‘A Lot of Pain.’ New York Has Biggest 1-Day Jump in Virus Deaths
Cuomo said the latest death tally reflects critically ill people hospitalized before this week.
Wyoming Legislators Consider First Special Session Since 2004
The session would be held to decide what to do with $1.25 billon in federal stimulus money coming to the state.
US Says Airstrike in Somalia Kills an al-Shabab Leader
The airstrike on Thursday killed two other extremists.
Bail Set at $150K for Aunt of 12-Year-Old Homicide Victim
Montoya filed a motion to reduce Sasser's bail so she can return to Texas.
Congress, White House Reach High for Next Virus Bill
President Donald Trump agrees that Americans will need more help as the economy grinds almost to a halt during the pandemic.
Crew Member of Navy Hospital Ship in NYC Has COVID-19
The Navy says the positive test will not affect the 1,000-bed hospital ship’s mission to receive patients.
Judge Orders LCSD#1 To Release Information On Bullying Probe
School district officials argued in part that the documents were protected from release because of attorney-client privilege.