by Erica Werner, Mike DeBonis, Paul Kane, Jeff Stein, Washington Post
The White House and House Democrats reached agreement Friday on a coronavirus relief package to spend tens of billions of dollars on sick leave, unemployment insurance, food stamps and other measures to address the unfolding crisis.
The campaign announced the opening of five new field offices in Pennsylvania, but quickly warned they may not stay open for long, given a shift to more digital organizing prompted by the coronavirus pandemic.
The Pentagon says the U.S. launched airstrikes Thursday in Iraq, targeting the Iranian-backed Shia militia members believed responsible for the rocket attack that killed and wounded American and British troops at a base north of Baghdad.
If Cherelle Parker's bill passes, Philadelphia would become the first municipality in Pennsylvania to ban discrimination against African Americans who wear their hair in braids, dreadlocks, and twists, or ornamented with beads and barrettes.
Montgomery County has publicized details about its coronavirus patients, including the towns they live in. But in other counties, including Delaware County, the state is withholding that information, even from local officials.
As he looks ahead to a potential general election matchup with President Donald Trump, Democratic presidential front-runner Joe Biden has shaken up his campaign leadership again by naming a veteran of Barack Obama's and Hillary Clinton's White House bids as his campaign manager