The Coronavirus Is a Preview of Our Climate-Change Future
Partisanship infects everything in America
Not a lot of variation here
Cuomo announces a major change to New York electoral policy
Bernie’s message to his supporters
The good news and the tragic news out of New York
Mr. Magnanimous is at it again
What might come next
The public is giving Washington progressively worse marks on coronavirus
A majority of Americans – 55% – now say the federal government has done a poor job preventing the spread of coronavirus in the United States, up eight points in about a week, according to a new CNN poll conducted by SSRS as the nationwide death toll from the virus rose above 12,000.
Eighty percent feel the worst of the outbreak is yet to come, most (55%) feel President Donald Trump could be doing more to fight the outbreak, and 37% say they have grown more concerned about coronavirus in the last few days, far outpacing the 5% who say their fears have eased recently.
About 1 in 5 (22%) say they personally know someone who has been diagnosed with the virus, a figure that is double the share who said so in a Washington Post/ABC News poll conducted just two weeks ago.
The latest official word on Boris Johnson
Almost all in the last 30 days
Surely nothing to worry about here
“Mr. Fine is no longer serving as the Chair because he is no longer serving in an acting IG capacity,” they said.
More cautious optimism
A shakeup in the press shop
Alyssa Farah will be director of strategic communications.
Hogan Gidley will remain in same role as deputy press sec.
Ben Williamson will be senior advisor for communications, sources tell me.
A terrible number, but a lagging indicator of where the hospital system is now
Some good news out of New York
A notable achievement
She is leaving the job without ever having briefed the press.