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Nervous Democrats who never thought Bernie Sanders had a chance of winning the 2020 primary are now asking the party's big-dollar donors to open their wallets to stop him ABC
VOA VIEW: Dems will look bad either way.
He faces trial on charges he cheated porn star of book deal proceeds. ABC
VOA VIEW: Avenatti is a scum bag.
Influential South Carolina Rep. Jim Clyburn announced Wednesday that he is endorsing former Vice President Joe Biden ahead of the Palmetto State's primary on Saturday. ABC
VOA VIEW: Biden needs all the help he can get.
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Hundreds more COVID-19 cases confirmed in South Korea, including a U.S. troop, as death toll nears 3,000 and a CDC warning weighs heavy on stock markets. CBS
VOA VIEW: Bad news for all.
Tax-prep companies use code to hide their free services from online searches, a federal watchdog says. CBS
VOA VIEW: Foolish is, as does.
Every year, Americans spend billions of dollars on tax-prep services — that's often a waste of money. CBS
Prince Harry returned to the U.K. to begin his final series of engagements as a senior royal. The public appearance marks his first since he and wife Meghan Markle finalized their split from the rest of the royal family. Charlie D’Agata reports on some terms of the split that the couple is reportedly not happy with. CBS
Elizabeth Warren wants Blackrock's Larry Fink to put more force behind his pledge to have the world's largest money manager to tackle climate change, and detail how he expects to do it. CNBC
VOA VIEW: Warren is a loud mouth fool.
Housing market strength could help keep the economic expansion, now in its 11th year, on track. CNBC
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Retail sales are forecast to rise between 3.5% and 4.1%, topping $3.9 trillion, in 2020, the industry's trade group said Tuesday. CNBC
VOA VIEW: Trump confidence.
Stringent travel restrictions imposed on inbound flights from China to contain the coronavirus outbreak become "irrelevant" in a potential pandemic because "you can't keep out the entire world," a top U.S. health official said. CNBC
President Trump may be livid about this week's market sell-off, but the rally in U.S. equities since his election is still well intact. CNBC
VOA VIEW: It's not over until it' over.
ABC News said on Wednesday that it had suspended a veteran correspondent after the journalist was secretly recorded on video by a right-wing activist group leveling criticism against the network and making disparaging comments about President Donald Trump. CNN
VOA VIEW: As they should.
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Oklahoma could soon have the national motto "In God We Trust" displayed in all 342 state buildings. FOX News
VOA VIEW: Who else would we trust?
Former U.S. Vice President Joe Biden on Wednesday secured the endorsement of James Clyburn, an influential black congressman from the early-voting state of South Carolina, which could prove pivotal to his White House bid. Reuters
VOA VIEW: All the help he can get.
Brazil confirmed the first case of a fast-spreading new coronavirus in Latin America on Wednesday, diagnosing a 61-year-old man in Sao Paulo who returned recently from Italy. Reuters
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President Donald Trump returned to Washington on Wednesday to face increasing concerns over the coronavirus as U.S. public health officials warned Americans to prepare for a possible outbreak and financial markets remained on edge. Reuters
As cases of the infectious COVID-19 disease in South Korea soared to 1,261 confirmed patients Wednesday, the government began testing over 200,000 members of the secretive Shincheonji Church of Jesus. UPI
U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said the United States will sign a deal with the Taliban to withdraw troops from Afghanistan if the current weeklong reduction in violence is successful. UPI
VOA VIEW: How long it would last would be the biggest question.
The U.S. State Department has imposed sanctions against 13 foreign entities and individuals in China, Iraq, Russia and Turkey for supporting Iran's missile program. UPI
VOA VIEW: As they should.
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Matthews should be fired. MSNBC host Chris Matthews offered an on-air apology to Sen. Bernie Sanders Monday for his “bad” analogy comparing the presidential candidate’s Nevada caucus win with Nazi Germany’s defeat of France in 1940. “As I watched the one-sided results of Saturday’s Democratic caucus in Nevada, I reached for a historical analogy — and used a bad one,” the “Hardball” host said at the start of his show.
Matthews faced swift rebuke for his comments, with many noting Sanders lost family members in the Holocaust. “Senator Sanders, I’m sorry for comparing anything from that tragic era, in which so many suffered, especially the Jewish people, to an electoral result in which you were the well deserved winner,” Matthews said Monday night.
He also personally congratulated Sanders on his “tremendous” Nevada win, which propelled the presidential candidate to the top of the pack in the Democratic field. “In the days, and weeks, and months ahead, I will strive to do a better job myself of elevating the political discussion,” said Matthews.