Trump Administration

It might take a while for people and businesses to get financial relief.
The administration is pushing its pro-polluter agenda as the U.S. death toll from COVID-19 rises.
A group of Democratic senators joined growing calls for Trump to ease punishing sanctions and provide aid to Venezuela and Iran amid the worsening pandemic.
The president said this week that he only signed on to pandemic measures so he wouldn't be criticized, but the agency credits him for them anyway.
The "whole-of-government" approach to the coronavirus doesn't pause President Donald Trump's anti-welfare agenda.
“I don’t think anybody should second guess the government actions," the treasury secretary said when asked about the report.
They approved pipelines and gold mines while attacking science as the death toll rises from the novel coronavirus and mass layoffs begin.
Companies that rip off the public shouldn't get money without serious strings attached.
Trump said Google was "very quickly" developing a site to assist in COVID-19 cases. Google contradicted him, and Trump officials have admitted they have no idea what the timeline is for such a project.
A federal judge said this is no time to start kicking thousands of people off benefits.
As the Trump administration considers aid for companies hurt by the coronavirus pandemic, it'll be difficult to defend including oil drillers and gas frackers.
Trump declined to say if he had been tested for the virus himself amid reports he was in contact with two lawmakers who interacted with a coronavirus patient.
The Trump agenda: tighter standards for food benefits, looser ones for farm programs.
Trump has so far downplayed the coronavirus threat and accused Democrats and the news media of trying to hurt the stock market and his reelection chances.
"We have a self-described great genius — self-described — and this great genius has told us that this coronavirus is going to end in two months,” said Bernie Sanders.
Most were killed within a year of being sent back to El Salvador — often for reasons that caused them to flee in the first place, a new report said.
The architect of Trump's new Middle East peace plan got some sarcastic pats on the back for his boast.
“When you’re held at the border, you don’t see a lot of other people with blue eyes and blond hair who were also stopped,” said one Iranian American woman.
If the child does not get treatment, she risks catching an infection that could kill her, a doctor told HuffPost.
The Trump administration wants a short time limit on benefits for unemployed adults without children or disabilities.