Looting rampant in downtown Washington
After protesters started looting a La Colombe coffee shop, someone in the crowd yelled, "What are you looting a coffee shop for? You're messing up the whole message."
Covid-19 Scare: Washington state enforces stay-at-home order
Washington Gov. Jay Inslee says officials will begin cracking down on businesses...
Covid-19 outbreak: First coronavirus death reported in Washington state
The U.S. is banning travel to Iran in response to the outbreak of the...
Washington state could have 64,000 coronavirus cases without 'real action,' warns Governor
Washington Governor Jay Inslee on Tuesday said he was considering mandatory measures to prevent an increase in coronavirus cases that could reach 64,000 in the state within eight weeks unless "real action" was taken.
COVID-19: Indian-American Senator appointed member of committee to address Washington's eco recovery
The committee will consist of four Democrat and three Republican senators. Democratic senators include David Frockt, Manka Dhingra, Christine Rolfes and Rebecca Saldana and Republicans include senators Randi Becker, Tim Sheldon, while one member is yet to be named.
Twitter is 'interfering' in US election, 'stifling' free speech, alleges Trump
On Tuesday, Twitter added a warning phrase to Trump's tweet that called mail-in ballots "fraudulent" and predicted that "mail boxes will be robbed".
Protest near White House over George Floyd's death
Hundreds of people gathered in Lafayette Park near the White House after marching in the nation's capital to protest against the death of Ge...
US reports 10,000 virus cases in a single day as Trump warns against hoarding of medical supplies
The US also for the first time registered over 130 deaths in a day due to coronavirus, taking the total number of fatalities to 550 by Monday night.
White House won't issue economic projections this summer
White House maintains that the underlying economic data would be too uncertain to convey a meaningful picture about the recovery, according to the official, who was not authorized to discuss the matter publicly before an official announcement and spoke on condition of anonymity.
Donald Trump threatens to shut social media companies after Twitter fact check
President Donald Trump threatened to regulate or shutter social media companies — a warning apparently aimed at Twitter Inc after it began fact-checking his tweets.
Biden on Trump hits: 'I don't want to get down in the mud'
Speaking at a Yahoo News virtual town hall, Biden, the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee, said Trump is trying to distract voters from his inadequate response to the coronavirus pandemic, which has killed more than 90,000 Americans. Trump has said the virus will disappear "like a miracle."
US records more than 1,500 coronavirus deaths in past 24 hours: Tracker
That figure, tallied as of 8:30 pm (0030 GMT), raises to 91,845 the total number of COVID-19 deaths in the US.
Foreign investors pull out $26 bn from Asian economies; $16 bn from India
Amidst global economic recession due to coronavirus, foreign investors have pulled out an estimated USD 26 billion from developing Asian economies and over USD 16 billion out of India, a latest Congressional report has said.
Trump 'looking to save lives' on ventilator shipments abroad
A senior administration official said Tuesday that the ventilators had been sold and delivered to Australia, Canada, Mexico, Switzerland and the United Kingdom. Ventilators were donated to South Africa and El Salvador.
WHO states agree to independent probe of coronavirus response
The US did not disassociate itself from the consensus as some had feared after Washington chastised the WHO on the first day of the assembly Monday and lashed out further against China over its role in the outbreak.
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