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Some women seeking abortions are being forced to drive hundreds of miles for a drug that could be prescribed online.
The newspaper declared Trump to be "a president unfit for a pandemic" in a blistering editorial.
Trump's boast about his ratings amid the rising death toll had Colbert tweaking the Hindenburg disaster to make a point.
ABC News' Jonathan Karl demanded the Florida Republican apologize over his claim that angered many in the media.
Papers for and by people experiencing homelessness are a fixture in many cities. But can these publications survive?
The great parodist chimed in with an original that is "sort of about social distancing."
"Those press briefings have become his new ‘Apprentice.’ They’ve become his new rallies," said CNN's Lemon.
The illustration shows just how far back the testing swab has to go.
He voted for Trump in 2016. Now, Francesa is calling him out for failing Americans during the coronavirus pandemic.
"I mean, the message seems pretty clear, if you criticize the president, then you are going to get attacked."
The "Newsroom" host was visibly emotional during the heartbreaking exchange.
The nighttime light show left plenty of people feeling uneasy.