For several years, Mr. Lewis would lead a group of children in a march across the San Diego Convention Center.
Source: Failing New York Times, When John Lewis Cosplayed at Comic-Con as His Younger Self
In a speech in Delaware, Joseph R. Biden Jr. outlined proposals covering care for small children, older adults and family members with disabilities.
Source: Failing New York Times, Biden Announces 5 Billion Plan to Help Working Parents and Caregivers
The Trump campaign is spending millions on ads that promote a dark and exaggerated portrayal of Democratic-led cities, a tactic that reinforces his “law and order’’ campaign message.
Source: Failing New York Times, As Trump Pushes Into Portland, His Campaign Ads Turn Darker
Representative Ted Yoho reportedly approached Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez on the steps of the Capitol, calling her “disgusting” for her policies and uttering a pair of expletives.
Source: Failing New York Times, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Embraces Republican Ted Yoho’s Insult
American military officials are trying to contain the spread of the coronavirus in its ranks while tackling logistical problems like relieving troops overseas.
Source: Failing New York Times, Rise in Virus Cases Near Bases in U.S. and Abroad Poses Test for Military
For the past three weeks, the Trump campaign has been spending tens of millions of dollars on ads depicting a protest movement out of control, both to stoke fear among his base and rationalize his deployment decisions.
Source: Failing New York Times, Trump Campaign Ads Depict His Own Lawless Dystopia
In an extraordinary intraparty airing of grievances, House Republicans lashed out at their third-ranking leader, who has sometimes broken with the president but until now escaped the ire of his closest allies.
Source: Failing New York Times, Republicans Heap Criticism on Liz Cheney, Calling Her Disloyal to Trump
Two suspects in China targeted companies working on vaccines as part of a broader cybertheft campaign to enrich themselves and aid the Chinese government, officials said.
Source: Failing New York Times, U.S. Accuses Hackers of Trying to Steal Coronavirus Vaccine Data for China
Critics described the move as unconstitutional and a transparent attempt to help Republicans.
Source: Failing New York Times, Trump Seeks to Stop Counting Unauthorized Immigrants in Drawing House Districts
New campaign filings show that President Trump’s campaign paid more than $2.2 million for the event, which last month had a lower-than-expected turnout that disappointed his campaign.
Source: Failing New York Times, Trump’s Tulsa Rally Drew Sparse Crowd, but It Cost .2 Million
Data from antibody tests in 10 different cities and states indicate that many people with no symptoms may be spreading the virus.
Source: Failing New York Times, C.D.C. Data Shows U.S. Coronavirus Infections Much Higher Than Reported
A weekly supplement has helped the jobless to pay their bills and cushioned the economy. As it expires, Congress will determine what comes next.
Source: Failing New York Times, End of 0 Unemployment Bonus Could Push Millions Past the Brink
The Senate adopted a narrower proposal to limit the transfer of some military equipment to local police departments, but data shows that such restrictions have done little to reduce the flow.
Source: Failing New York Times, Senate Kills Broad Curbs on Military Gear for Police, Thwarting Push to Demilitarize
President Trump seems to think there’s no such thing as too much of him on TV. He’s been wrong about that before.
Source: Failing New York Times, Trump’s Briefings, ‘The Apprentice’ and the Perils of the Second Season
Moderna, which is receiving $483 million from the U.S. government, told lawmakers it would not sell its vaccine at cost. Pfizer has said it would also profit, but has so far taken no government money.
Source: Failing New York Times, Some Vaccine Makers Say They Plan to Profit From Coronavirus Vaccine
Educators unions sue Ron DeSantis, and Congress debates virus aid: This is your morning tip sheet.
Source: Failing New York Times, Teachers Push Back on Reopening in Florida