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Trump says coronavirus pandemic could bring on a recessionAsked whether the country was heading for an economic recession, the president said “it may be,” although he also said he expected the economy to recover quickly once the health emergency passes.

3/16/2020 4:49:36 PM

Nine-year-old Florida girl's remains found four years after she vanishedA friend of Diana Alvarez's family made "admissions" that put him with her on the morning she went missing. He also told investigators that he had a sexual relationship with the girl.

3/17/2020 1:14:00 PM

Mexico, former swine flu hub, tests nerves with coronavirus strategyMexican officials are dragging their feet on border closures and coronavirus containment measures, in what critics call a high risk strategy driven by bad memories of a shutdown a decade ago that deepened the country's recession during the swine flu epidemic. The United States and neighbors in Latin America have suspended flights, banned public gatherings and closed schools. In Mexico City, however, tens of thousands of music fans rocked out to Guns and Roses at a festival at the weekend.

3/17/2020 6:02:14 PM

Coronavirus: Rand Paul holds up Senate vote on rescue package with doomed amendmentAs the US Senate prepares to pass a bill to help fund and speed up the response to coronavirus epidemic, Kentucky senator Rand Paul has introduced an amendment that will slow down the bill’s passage – even though the amendment has no chance of passing.The bill being debated, which would provide free coronavirus testing and provisions for unemployment insurance and paid sick leave, has already been passed by the House of Representatives. While some Senators have voiced misgivings about it, with some saying it does not go far enough, the bill looks very likely to pass without dramatic alterations.

3/18/2020 5:32:00 AM

De Blasio Tells New Yorkers to Prepare for Possible ‘Shelter in Place’ Order Within 48 hoursNew York City mayor Bill de Blasio on Wednesday said residents should prepare for a possible "shelter in place" order within the next 48 hours, following a similar order in San Francisco, due to the Wuhan coronavirus outbreak.A shelter in place order, typically used in cases of natural disasters such as hurricanes, forbids residents from leaving home except to meet essential needs such as buying food."We are all deeply concerned…this is quite clear this is a fast growing crisis,” de Blasio said at a press conference. “All New Yorkers, even though a decision has not been made by the city or the state, I think that all New Yorkers should be prepared right now for the possibility of a shelter-in-place order."The mayor said city residents would be informed of the order during the next two days, and has not yet been confirmed. A statement from Governor Andrew Cuomo's office also emphasized that the policy would require state approval."Any blanket quarantine or shelter in place policy would require State action and as the Governor has said, there is no consideration of that for any locality at this time," the statement read.De Blasio indicated that the crisis could last through the summer."In terms of the economic dislocation, I think it’s fair to say we are going to quickly surpass anything we saw in the Great Recession and the only measure or the only comparison will be the Great Depression," de Blasio added.On Monday, de Blasio ordered the closure of New York City's public school system, the largest in the nation serving over 1 million students. School kitchens will remain open due to the high amount of students who rely on schools for daily meals. The city also closed all theaters and restaurants, with restaurants remaining open only for take-out services.Six counties in the San Francisco Bay area initiated their own "shelter in place" orders on Monday evening in order to fight the coronavirus outbreak.

3/17/2020 2:36:47 PM

San Francisco may house its homeless community in shut-down schools and churches as a 'shelter in place' order goes into effect to contain the coronavirusWith San Francisco's schools shut down, the many unoccupied campuses could get people off the streets to help stunt the spread of COVID-19.

3/17/2020 5:52:32 PM

There's reportedly 'a lot of pressure' on Biden to pick Warren as running mateOne thing is clear about former Vice President Joe Biden's potential running mate: he's going to pick a woman. But there are several candidates for the job that present intriguing arguments for his campaign advisers, Politico reports.Sen. Kamala Harris (D-Calif.) for example is an oft-touted name, as she would appeal to African American voters, who have carried Biden's campaign into the driver's seat. Plus, the two get along well, despite clashing in earlier debates when Harris was still campaigning herself.Another former Democratic presidential contender, Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D-Minn.), could make sense because she could help reel in the sought-after Rust Belt votes that are likely to be so crucial in the November election.But there's also Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.). It's no secret Biden and Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) both desperately want Warren's endorsement, but it may be somewhat of a surprise to hear that Biden's team is facing "a lot of pressure" to add her to the ticket, an adviser said. Warren and Biden don't line up too precisely on policy — the former tends to veer more in the progressive lane — but Biden has made some overtures recently, including supporting Warren's bankruptcy reform plan, so it's possible she's under legitimate consideration for the opening. Read more at Politico.More stories from theweek.com The conservatives who would sacrifice the elderly to save the economy A Japanese flu drug appears to be effective at combatting coronavirus, Chinese studies show Trump's tweets show his dramatic 9-day shift toward actually taking coronavirus seriously

3/17/2020 4:50:00 PM

Iran defends response as virus deaths surpass 1,000Iran said its novel coronavirus death toll surpassed 1,000 on Wednesday as President Hassan Rouhani defended the response of his administration, which has yet to impose a lockdown. The COVID-19 outbreak in sanctions-hit Iran is one of the deadliest for any country outside China, where the disease originated. Rouhani's government reported another 147 deaths -- a record high for a single day in the month since it announced the emergence of the disease.

3/18/2020 10:45:29 AM

Coronavirus surging in Southeast Asia, with new cases traced to religious gatheringA weekend of prayer at a mosque complex outside Kuala Lumpur is linked to more than 400 coronavirus infections in six countries.

3/17/2020 12:46:18 PM

Pressure grows on Trump to invoke Defense Production Act for coronavirus responsePresident Trump said Tuesday he was not prepared to invoke the authorities to allow the government to ensure that the private sector can ramp up production of emergency medical supplies, despite a growing chorus of voices urging him to do so.

3/17/2020 7:47:10 PM