Friday, October 2, 2020
Listen now
Description
President Trump and the first lady, Melania Trump, have tested positive for the coronavirus. The president's physician say he will continue to conduct business while in isolation, but his campaign is having to make some adjustments with the election just a little over four weeks away. Also, the president is at a higher risk of serious complications from the virus because of his age and weight. And, world markets are reacting to concerns about the president's diagnosis.
More Episodes
Coronavirus cases continue to rise, but the U.S. inches closer to a vaccine. Biden taps Anthony Fauci and Brian Deese for key adviser roles. And, Trump visits Georgia ahead of its runoff elections.
Published 12/04/20
Top Democrats back off demands for larger COVID-19 relief bill. Sources tell NPR that President Trump is considering a run in 2024. Plus, new reports say climate change is making people sick.
Published 12/03/20
U.K. approves Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine for emergency use. The Justice Department has not found widespread election fraud. Plus, California experiences a sharp increases in COVID-19 cases and deaths.
Published 12/02/20