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‘CEOs Don’t Care About Our Lives’: These Essential Workers Are Walking Off Their Jobs Today

It's International Workers' Day, and these employees are fighting for their rights.

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Latino and Black Business Owners Are Being Left Behind By the Government’s Small Business Bailout

A recent survey showed that of more than 500 Latino small businesses, only 97 received money in the first round of coronavirus funding.

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Americans Trust Their Governors More Than Trump to Lead on Reopening the Economy

A new Gallup poll released on Thursday found that a majority of Americans say they have more confidence in their state's governor to make the right economic recommendations regarding the novel coronavirus crisis than they do leaders in the federal government.

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U.S. Needs to Conduct 20 Million Coronavirus Tests a Day Before Reopening, Harvard Researchers Say

The new report comes just a day before health officials confirmed that two people died with the coronavirus weeks before the first reported death, thus underscoring the need for widespread testing.

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Lawmakers Ask Trump to Protect 30,000 Frontline Healthcare Workers in Danger of Deportation

“I voluntarily put my life at risk," said one DACA recipient who works as an intensive care nurse in California.

President Donald Trump listens during a meeting with health care executives, in the Cabinet Room of the White House, Tuesday, April 14, 2020, in Washington. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)
Lawmakers Unveil One-Line Resolution to Say Trump’s Authority Is Not ‘Total’

Several Republicans and Democrats have pushed back on the president’s recent comments about his "total" authority to reopen the economy.