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Trump denies interest in moving Republican National Convention to Doral property

By Andrew O'Reilly

President Trump on Monday denied any suggestion that he might want to hold this summer’s Republican National Convention at his resort in Doral, Fla., following his threat to move the convention from North Carolina if that state’s governor can’t guarantee the party will be allowed “full attendance” at the event.

China warns US against sparking Cold War

By Edmund DeMarche

Wang Yi, the Chinese foreign minister, said Sunday that the U.S. should “give up on its wishful thinking of changing China” and avoid bringing the two countries to a “new Cold War.”

US dependence on Chinese imports posing potential threat on national security, think tank says

By Benjamin Hall

A new report by a British think tank shows that the U.S. is strategically dependent on China for 414 categories of imports, of which 114 service its critical national infrastructure -- and in some cases, these could pose a national security risk.

Biden attends Memorial Day ceremony, first time leaving home in two months

By Paul Steinhauser

Leaving his home in Wilmington, Delaware for his first public trip anywhere since the coronavirus pandemic shuttered much of the country two months ago, former Vice President Joe Biden and his wife Jill made an unannounced visit on Monday to attend a Memorial Day wreath-laying ceremony.

Democrats ding Trump on coronavirus testing after HHS report

By Andrew O'Reilly

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., slammed the Trump administration on Monday for what they say is the lack of “a serious plan for increasing testing” for the novel coronavirus as the death toll from the contagion nears 100,000.

Trump honors fallen warriors at Memorial Day ceremonies, assures β€˜we are the captains of our own fate’

By Marisa Schultz

President Trump on Monday visited Arlington National Cemetery and Baltimore’s historic Fort McHenry to honor fallen soldiers for Memorial Day as he touted America's long history of courage and fortitude in the face of adversity -- and sought to once more rally that national spirit in the fight against the coronavirus pandemic. 

Nearly two-thirds favor voting by mail, but wide partisan divide: poll

By Paul Steinhauser

As President Trump continues his full-court press this holiday weekend against states moving to expand voting by mail, a new national poll indicates that by a more than two-to-one margin Americans favor allowing balloting through the mail in November’s general election due to health concerns amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Trump visits Arlington cemetery, Fort McHenry for Memorial Day as Baltimore mayor criticizes trip

By Judson Berger

President Trump was marking Memorial Day with appearances at Arlington National Cemetery and Baltimore’s historic Fort McHenry, honoring fallen military members while also sending a clear signal to the country that his agenda will be business-as-almost-usual amid the coronavirus pandemic. 

Trump says schools in US should be opened 'ASAP'

By David Aaro

President Trump urged for the reopening of school throughout the U.S. on Sunday, as most remain closed to limit the coronavirus spread and protect the health of students during the pandemic.

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Poll: 36 percent of Americans less likely to take coronavirus vaccine if Trump says it's safe

By Caitlin McFall

A new Reuters/Ipsos poll showed that a quarter of Americans have “little to no interest” in taking a coronavirus vaccine and are skeptical that the safety of the vaccine could be compromised based on the rate of which vaccines are being developed amid the outbreak.