The House speaker, however, stopped short of saying whether Democrats would mount legal challenges against the measures.
Board members bought stock before the announcement Kodak would be using U.S. money to manufacture drugs, including Trump-touted hydroxychloroquine.
Europeans are watching America's bungled coronavirus response with astonishment.
President Trump refused to respond to a question about his "false statement" and instead abruptly ended his press conference and walked out.
Americans were looking for "relief." Instead the president promised to defund Social Security and Medicare, said a Florida lawmaker.
Trump's embarrassing Yosemite blooper pays off for National Museum of American Jewish History in Philadelphia.
In a legally ambiguous move, the president turned to executive orders while negotiations between Democrats and Republicans remain at an impasse.
Running a vote-by-mail election is surprisingly complicated and there's a "leaky" pipeline for mail-in votes in many states, experts have warned.
The president bizarrely claimed it had "never been done before." It's been part of Obamacare for 10 years.
"Technically, you're correct. 160,000 dead from COVID-19 is far higher than expectations," one person fired back on Twitter.