In the last week of March, Florida answered just 1 percent of the phone calls it received from newly-unemployed people desperate to file claims.
The Bleak Choice Facing Retired Doctors and Nurses: Risk Their Lives Fighting Coronavirus or Sit Out of the Crisis
“I mean, I’m gonna get it. Am I going to die?”
They're the latest places taking extreme measures to flatten the curve so medical facilities don't get overwhelmed.
Dan Lipinski managed to hold off a primary challenge from Marie Newman in 2018. This time, he wasn't so lucky.
Illinois, Ohio, Florida, and Arizona are begging poll workers to show up so they can pull off Tuesday's primaries.
"We made a decision that was right for us with our circumstance — we're lucky enough to live in a state that allows us to make that decision."
Clearing a criminal record for a weed-related infraction is relatively easy in Illinois.
Arthur Jones got 26% of the vote when he ran before.
Hearings over whether Missouri's last remaining abortion clinic will continue to operate began this week.
Cops Arrested a Black Hospital Patient Who Was Taking a Walk Outside with an IV. They Thought He Was Stealing It.
"Come to Freeport on Vacation and leave on Probation" his Facebook post said
While conservative legislators have spent the year passing abortion restrictions, progressive legislators are moving to protect the right.