All Articles on Coronavirus

Vermont senator and presidential candidate Bernie Sanders campaigns at the University of New Hampshire in Durham. (Photo: Preston Ehrler/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images) News
'No Sugar Coating It': Sanders to Converse With Supporters and 'Assess' Campaign Following Latest Primary Losses
"While our campaign has won the battle of ideas, we are losing the battle over electability to Joe Biden."
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As Airline Giants Beg for Taxpayer Bailout, Progressives Demand Stock Buyback Ban and Strong Worker Protections
"We're not doing no-strings-attached bailouts that enrich shareholders or pay CEO bonuses. Period."
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'Critical Victory for the Progressive Movement': Marie Newman Ousts Right-Wing Democrat Dan Lipinski
"This isn't just a loss for one incumbent. It's a defeat for machine politics and big corporate donors who want to stop our movement for Medicare for All, a Green New Deal, and reproductive rights."
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Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) talks about his plan to deal with the coronavirus pandemic on March 17, 2020 in Washington, D.C. (Photo: Screengrab/BernieSanders.com) News
Bernie Sanders Proposal for $2 Trillion Coronavirus Emergency Plan Includes $2,000 Direct Monthly Payments to Every American
As Democratic primary turns surreal amid infectious outbreak, Sanders lays out "Coronavirus Crisis Principles" for people-centered response and a national mobilization on "a scale not seen since the New Deal and World War II."
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With PAID Leave Act, Democrats Aim to Close Loopholes in Coronavirus Bill That Left Out Millions of Workers
"This is good for workers, businesses, and critically, it will help slow the spread of the coronavirus."
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Sara Nelson, the dynamic president of the Association of Flight Attendants-CWA, has made a powerful case for direct payroll subsidies to the employees who keep our airline industry passengers flying and safe, everyone from flight attendants and pilots to security screeners and wheelchair attendants. Views
How to Make the Airline Bailout Work for Workers, Not Just CEOs
The government should provide direct wage subsidies to airline workers while restricting CEO pay to no more than 50 times median wages.
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Protester’s sign decries sanctions, “a silent war” (Photo: Campaign for Peace and Democracy, 2013) Views
Stop Tightening the Thumb Screws, A Humanitarian Message
We need to jointly confront the coronavirus while constructing a humane future for the world without wasting time or resources on the continuation of brutal wars.
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New York City's Grand Central terminal is quiet on a business day due to the coronavirus pandemic on March 16, 2020. News
Treating Coronavirus Like Active Shooter, NYC Mayor Warns of 'Shelter in Place Order' for Entire City
The mayor's comments come as Gov. Cuomo says peak of infectious outbreak could still be 45 days away.
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They aren’t testing a handful of people who might be positive. (Photo: Fatemeh Bahrami/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images) Views
On the Front Lines of the Coronavirus Pandemic: A Doctor’s View
The virus is exposing inadequacies in health systems all over the world, especially the U.S.’s abysmal health infrastructure. Health workers on the ground continue to provide care during the pandemic despite the severe lack of resources and dangers to their personal health.
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Offering Model to Nation Battling Outbreak, New York AG Suspends All Medical and Student Debt Collection
"In this time of crisis, my office will not add undue stress or saddle New Yorkers with unnecessary financial burden."
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