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Experts say Trump's order aimed at Twitter, other tech giants could prove toothless, face legal challenge

President Donald Trump went after Twitter after it fact-checked his tweets. → Read More

Whistleblower to testify 'window of opportunity is closing' to develop strategy to combat coronavirus

Rick Bright, the former head of the federal agency tasked overseeing rapid production of a coronavirus vaccine, will testify before House lawmakers on the HHS response. → Read More

Former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort released to home confinement amid coronavirus concerns

Paul Manafort released to home confinement. → Read More

Mike Pence: Test all nursing home residents, staff

Vice President Mike Pence made a nationwide call for coronavirus testing in America's 15,000 nursing homes. → Read More

New White House precautions include requiring masks in Trump's West Wing

On Monday, masks were required to be worn in the West Wing after two aides on the White House campus tested positive for coronavirus last week. → Read More

Watchdog says vaccine chief whistleblower may have been retaliated against

A watchdog says Dr. Rick Bright, a whistleblower who oversaw production of a coronavirus vaccine, may have have been retaliated against after his warnings were ignored. → Read More

Trump White House won't issue detailed CDC guidelines for states, businesses on reopening

The Trump White House said Thursday it won't issue detailed CDC guidelines for states, businesses on reopening, saying it's up to the states to decide. → Read More

Have mixed messages on masks, a critical tool to slow pandemic, slowed widespread adoption?

Public health experts agree that the continued wearing of masks and other face-coverings in public will be a critical tool in slowing the spread of the novel coronavirus. → Read More

Ousted official files whistleblower complaint, alleges coronavirus warnings ignored

Dr. Rick Bright, the former head of the federal agency that oversees production of a coronavirus vaccine, alleges in a whistleblower complaints his warnings were ignored. → Read More

White House to wind down coronavirus task force as Trump shifts focus to reopening country

The White House coronavirus task force is set to wind down in the weeks ahead as President Trump looks to shift focus from the public health response toward a reopening. → Read More

Ahead of confirmation hearing, former White House lawyer picked to oversee pandemic relief vows 'independence'

Ahead of his confirmation hearing Tuesday, Brian Miller, a former White House lawyer picked to oversee pandemic relief as special inspector general, vows "independence." → Read More

Russia bills US $660K for aid that included gas masks, household cleaning gloves

Russia billed the U.S. $660,000 for its aid flight last month that included thousands of pieces of equipment not typically used by hospitals, including gas masks. → Read More

Trump to sign executive order to keep meat processing plants open under Defense Production Act

President Donald Trump will sign an executive order to keep meat processing plants open under Defense Production Act, after teasing the order from an Oval Office meeting. → Read More

Trump encourages governors to 'seriously consider' reopening schools

President Donald Trump told governors they should "seriously consider" reopening schools that were closed because of the novel coronavirus and "maybe get going on it." → Read More

Nursing homes' pleas for protective gear will be answered, Mike Pence tells governors

Pence said the administration would be sending personal protective equipment, known as PPE, directly to nursing home facilities, → Read More

Head of vaccine development alleges 'cronyism' after being removed from post

The man in charge of the federal agency charged with overseeing the rapid production of a vaccine to fight the coronavirus pandemic said he was removed. → Read More

States race to start coronavirus contact tracing, a monumental task ahead

As states now race to put together their own contract tracing teams, state health departments told ABC News the task is monumental. → Read More

New DOJ guidance: Federal prisoners up for coronavirus-related release must have served 50% of sentence

New DOJ guidance says prisoners considered for coronavirus-related release should've served half sentence. → Read More

CDC will boost states' coronavirus contact tracing efforts, Pence says

Vice President Mike Pence told governors on a call Monday that the CDC will be sending teams to all 50 states and territories for coronavirus surveillance. → Read More

Governors dealing with protests ask Pence for help keeping people home, access to testing gear

The governors of Michigan and North Carolina made the comments on a call with Vice President Mike Pence largely focused on testing. → Read More