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Trump considering suspending funding to WHO President Trump said Tuesday that he would consider placing a hold on funding for the World Health Organization, expressing grievances with the organization’s handling of the novel coronavirus.

'All hands on deck:' Middle East embassies inundated with citizens stranded in US "We are overloaded but trying to do our best." Amid tightening restrictions on travel in their home countries and the continued cancellation of flights in the United States, the phone lines at many Middle East embassies in DC are ringing off the hook with expats desperate for the latest information on possible return flights.

Trump says he didn't see Navarro memos but wouldn't have changed course if he had President Trump on Tuesday said he had not seen memos from one of his top trade advisers warning in January of the consequences of a potential pandemic, but denied he would have acted differently if he had.

Wisconsin GOP Speaker defends state holding election while wearing protective gear The Republican Speaker of the Wisconsin State Assembly defended the state's decision to hold its election Tuesday despite concerns surrounding the coronavirus outbreak.

Fox News Washington, DC, employee hospitalized with coronavirus Fox News announced in an internal memo obtained by The Hill that an employee in its Washington, D.C., bureau has tested positive for the novel coronavirus and is currently hospitalized.

The Hill's Campaign Report: Wisconsin votes despite coronavirus pandemic Welcome to The Hill's Campaign Report, your daily rundown on all the latest news in the 2020 presidential, Senate and House races. Did someone forward this to you?

Pandemic hampers houses of worship as faithful stay home Houses of worship across the U.S. are increasingly worried about declining attendance and revenue as the coronavirus pandemic spreads in what is one of the busiest religious weeks of the year.

More than 400,000 people barred from becoming citizens due to coronavirus: report Hundreds of thousands of people may be unable to complete the process to become American citizens in time for the November election due to the coronavirus pandemic, according to tech firm Boundless Immigration, which helps immigrants apply fo.

New York City auctioned off extra ventilators due to cost of maintenance: report New York City auctioned off hundreds of city-owned ventilators at least five years ago under Democratic Mayor Bill de Blasio’s administration, according to an.

McGrath outraises McConnell in first quarter Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell's Democratic opponent Amy McGrath outraised the longtime Republican senator in the first quarter of 2020 as Kentucky’s Senate race emerges as one of the most expensive battles of the election cycle.

Police say truck driver fatally stabbed three people off interstate in Tennessee Police shot and killed a truck driver in Knoxville, Tenn., Tuesday after the driver allegedly fatally stabbed three women and hospitalized one other victim.

Worried About Coronavirus Scams? This Call-In Event Could Help Maryland's top law enforcement official will join federal authorities Wednesday in helping residents steer clear of the emerging scams that have accompanied the Covid-19 pandemic.

Officials Warn D.C. Could Be The Next Coronavirus 'Hot Spot.' What Does That Mean? - DCist It depends both on the number of infected people, and those needing intensive medical care.

The D.C. Council's First Virtual Legislative Meeting Went Smoothly. How Disappointing. Council's first virtual meeting.If you're like LL and settled in with a fresh bowl of mid-morning popcorn in anticipation of the D.C. Council's first ever virtual legislative meeting, then you're probably disappointed. The two-hour meeting conducted over Zoom went off without much of a hitch.

"Let's keep D.C. restaurants busy and our healthcare workers well fed." "Dear PoPville,. I started The Meal Bridge in DC to help local DC restaurants and healthcare providers. The idea is to have individuals or families sign up on the website to order a meal for the ICU staff of 12 and have it delivered. email for any restaurants that would like to participate.

DC's Women's Homeless Shelter Feels Impact Of Coronavirus Calvary Women's Services is facing challenges, both financially and operationally, due to D.C.'s coronavirus response.

Where to Order Easter Meals To-Go in D.C. 19 festive brunches and dinners to celebrate a stay-at-home holiday.

House GOP demands answers on Kennedy Center layoffs after it received $25M in stimulus aid Republicans on the House Oversight Committee Tuesday demanded top brass from the Kennedy Center explain why it furloughed 60 percent of its staff after receiving $25 million in coronavirus stimulus money.

I Attended a Zoom Funeral, and I Liked It And rather than being 10 or 20 rows back, I could see the eulogizers. More importantly, I could see the expressions of love and grief on their faces. It touched me and moved me deeply. Second, I could see the expressions of others, especially his beautiful wife of 43 years.

"Offering free support for parents of young children" Photo by PoPville flickr user angela n. "Dear PoPville,. Free Parent Support. I am a DC preschool teacher / former director. I'd be happy to chat with parents of young children via email, text, phone etc. to brainstorm ideas that may help with any challenges they are encountering these days.

Mexico urges end to harassment of health workers in pandemic - WTOP MEXICO CITY — They are the first line of defense against the COVID-19 pandemic, but in parts of Mexico, doctors, nurses and other health workers are being harassed to the point that federal…

What you need to know today about the virus outbreak - WTOP The steep rise in coronavirus deaths appeared to be leveling off Monday in hard-hit New York, echoing a trend underway in Italy and Spain. Meanwhile, the crisis escalated alarmingly in Britain…

Judge: R Kelly must remain locked up amid coronavirus crisis - WTOP NEW YORK — A federal judge in New York on Tuesday denied R&B singer R. Kelly’s request for release from jail in Chicago because he was concerned he could contract the coronavirus while behind…

Buccaneers unveil new, yet familiar look for next season - WTOP — The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are all in for a new look in 2020. Building on momentum created by the signing of six-time Super Bowl champion Tom Brady in free agency, the Bucs on Tuesday…

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