What does coronavirus mean for the 2020 election?
Sahil Kapur7h ago / 11:22 AM UTCPresident Donald Trump speaks during a meeting with Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar in the Oval Office of the White House on Thursday.Evan Vucci / APTwo weeks ago, Bernie Sanders was the Democratic presidential front-runner, the U.S. economy was humming and President Donald Trump had reason to be optimistic about his re-election prospects.Then the first American died from the coronavirus. The campaign as we knew it would soon be over.Read the full story here Isobel van Hagen 8h ago / 10:46 AM UTCWashington Monument to close temporarilyThe Washington Monument and a drained Reflecting Pool are visible on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial on the National Mall on Friday.Andrew Harnik / APThe National Park Service temporarily suspended elevator tours in the Washington Monument starting Saturday, citing safety concerns. Visitors can still see the Washington Monument grounds as well as other monuments along the National Mall. A reopening date has not yet been determined.Eric Baculinao, Salina Lee and Reuters8h ago / 10:36 AM UTCChina sees imported cases exceed new local infections for first timeThe number of new coronavirus cases imported into mainland China from overseas surpassed the number of locally transmitted new infections for the first time on Friday, data