New York City Temporarily Halts Evictions as Coronavirus Spreads Throughout State

New York City housing courts will not effectuate any evictions for one week beginning on Monday, according to a notice posted on the court system's website.

What to Know About Michigan’s Democratic Primary: Delegates at Stake, Polling and What It...

The next big electoral prize in the 2020 Democratic primary race is Michigan.Voters in the Midwestern state will head to the polls on Tuesday, March 10, to weigh in on whom they want to see nominated. It will be one of the first primaries after Super Tuesday, which winnowed the field down to two candidates: Vice President Joe Biden and Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders.

Chief Justice John Roberts Blasts Chuck Schumer for Criticism of Neil Gorsuch and Brett...

Supreme Court Justice John Roberts called remarks made by New York Senator Chuck Schumer at an abortion rights rally Wednesday "threatening."

Massachusetts lawmakers, officials are calling for a pause on evictions amid COVID-19

Lawmakers and officials in Massachusetts are calling for measures to prevent housing evictions as COVID-19 spreads in the region.

Trump Says Sanders Would Be A ‘Tougher’ Opponent Than Biden: I Was ‘Mentally All...

President Donald Trump told the audience at a Fox News Town Hall Thursday night that he believes Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders would be a "tougher" opponent to beat in this year's upcoming presidential election than former Vice President Joe Biden.

Joe Biden’s Running Mate Should Be a Woman of Color Such as Kamala Harris,...

Joe Biden would do well to pick a woman of color as his running mate if he becomes the Democratic Party nominee, strategists said.

GOP Senator Pushes For Biden-Ukraine Probe After Former VP Overtakes Sanders In Democratic Race

Republican Senator Ron Johnson is pushing forward with a probe into the Ukraine business dealings of Joe Biden's son Hunter as the former vice president enjoys his new front-runner status following his victories on Super Tuesday.

California Declares Coronavirus Emergency After Death, Symptoms on Cruise Ship Docked Outside San Francisco

California Governor Gavin Newsom has declared a state of emergency at a Wednesday news conference in California after the first death in the state attributable to the coronavirus that causes the disease COVID-19.

Jurors In Robert Durst Murder Trial Shown ‘Confession’ Clip From ‘The Jinx’ Documentary

Jurors in the murder trial of millionaire Robert Durst were shown clips from The Jinx, the HBO series about Durst in which he allegedly confessed to killing his wife and others.

Melissa Roach is running for mental health support resources

In our “Why I’m Running” series, Boston Marathon runners share what’s inspiring them to make the 26.2-mile trek from Hopkinton to Boston. If you’re running the marathon, you can share your #WhyImRunningBoston story here.

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The NRA sees a threat, and an opportunity, in COVID-19

Faced with budget pressures and an invigorated gun control movement, the National Rifle Association has found a new cause amid the pandemic — fighting to keep gun stores open as its fundraising appeals depict the government’s coronavirus response as a threat to Second Amendment rights.

How did the White House arrive at its 100,000 to 240,000 coronavirus deaths estimate?...

WASHINGTON – Leading disease forecasters, whose research the White House used to conclude that 100,000 to 240,000 people will die nationwide from the coronavirus, were mystified when they saw the administration’s projection this week.

Vermont, desperate for COVID medical help, is tapping veterinarians

Vermont officials say they are so desperate to find medical professionals to help with the state’s COVID-19 response, they’re even willing to use veterinarians to help with human care.