— Guardian news (@guardiannews) February 23, 2020
Italian authorities have locked down several towns and villages after more than 150 cases of the deadly coronavirus were confirmed and three people have died. https://t.co/oUh7G2OVTn
— The Daily Beast (@thedailybeast) February 23, 2020
Coronavirus live updates: South Korea on high alert after total cases top 600 https://t.co/sUgi7WeCSU
— CNBC (@CNBC) February 23, 2020
"A lot of people are going to change their behaviour."
Professor Robert Kelly tells Sky News he thinks South Korea will keep the #coronavirus outbreak under control, after the country reported more than 160 new cases.
— Sky News (@SkyNews) February 23, 2020
Coronavirus patients need a month or more on mechanical ventilators, and that's putting a strain on hospitals https://t.co/G5a6i3dPSa
— Bloomberg (@business) February 23, 2020
This is what happens in authoritarian countries where the leader controls the distribution of information and officials are punished for sharing the truth.https://t.co/NqCt2Aqjzb
— David Axelrod (@davidaxelrod) February 23, 2020
Coronavirus live updates: China's Xi Jinping warns of 'crisis' and impact on economy https://t.co/9FwAJIIQR4
— The Guardian (@guardian) February 24, 2020
All the measures that have been imposed abroad on #coronavirus — and the uneven travel restrictions here — are designed to "buy time" for nations to "prepare."
But are we preparing? What are the signs of preparation? What is the plan? Who is in charge?
— Ronald Klain (@RonaldKlain) February 23, 2020
Trump eliminated a position called Senior Director of Global Health Security. That person used to work in the NSC to coordinate responses to global health emergencies and potential pandemics.
— Brian Schatz (@brianschatz) February 24, 2020
Where do you think they should be sent, Senator?
— Chris Hayes (@chrislhayes) February 24, 2020
U.S. stock futures sink on growing concern of coronavirus outbreak’s economic impact. https://t.co/U3u1iBYtbX
— Tim Rostan. (@mrtgr) February 24, 2020
COVID-19 may have both respiratory and fecal transmission: While a sneeze by someone with a respiratory disease can only infect others within a few meters, virus-laden gaseous plume from infected person with diarrhea can infect others up to 200 meters. https://t.co/gLbh4TYuAB
— Nicholas A. Christakis (@NAChristakis) February 24, 2020
BREAKING: At least seven people killed after an earthquake in Turkey's eastern Van province – bordering Iran.
— Al Jazeera News (@AJENews) February 23, 2020
The Fires Are Out, but Australia’s Climate Disasters Aren’t Over https://t.co/cdyWlUFb2G
— Richard Hine (@richardhine) February 24, 2020
The climate catastrophe is coming and we are doing nothing. https://t.co/L5BMkDHUX7
— Molly Jong-Fast (@MollyJongFast) February 24, 2020
Putin as Russia’s supreme leader? A constitutional rewrite brings out some "crazy" ideas. https://t.co/HrawJBPLiM
— The Washington Post (@washingtonpost) February 24, 2020
It will be Trump's first visit to India as president and will make him the fourth consecutive American leader to make the passage to India. https://t.co/oK17nSYzhy
— ABC News (@ABC) February 24, 2020
One of Trump's business partners is accused of massive fraud, while another is facing a funding crunch. Both of them have close ties to India’s ruling party, headed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
So Trump has a lot of conflicts of interest on this trip. https://t.co/aZp5CHy5Ks
— Robert Maguire (@RobertMaguire_) February 23, 2020
This reporting provides more detail to last week’s news that Trump’s new head of personnel met with executive agency liaisons to discuss removing appointees who don’t worship the president sufficiently. This is deeply, deeply troubling. https://t.co/FhbwWcAtJN
— Joyce Alene (@JoyceWhiteVance) February 24, 2020
Justice Sotomayor warns the Supreme Court is doing special favors for the Trump administration https://t.co/CI8LDurl4w
— Fred Guttenberg (@fred_guttenberg) February 24, 2020
His assessment may be wrong, but very obvious Trump wants to run against Sanders. https://t.co/KS6V3LXSSz
— Michael McFaul (@McFaul) February 23, 2020
— The Hill (@thehill) February 24, 2020
Judge Amy Berman Jackson has denied a motion from Roger Stone seeking her recusal from deciding a new trial.
Judge Jackson said Stone's legal team did not provide any "factual or legal support" to have her removed from presiding over his case. https://t.co/qnyfZw0pC1
— Kyle Griffin (@kylegriffin1) February 24, 2020
"I think Roger is going to get a pardon sooner rather than later," Rick Wilson says. "As much as it hurts Trump to do it, [Stone] can connect the lies he told Congress and the lies Trump told Mueller about Wikileaks … Trump does not want him blabbing."https://t.co/Rlyf97picz
— MSNBC (@MSNBC) February 24, 2020
Hard to overstate how much we are moving into a world in which Trump wants to make reality whatever he says it is – and if he's re-elected he will complete that project. https://t.co/DToKBfI49X
— Ben Rhodes (@brhodes) February 24, 2020
— Allie Hodgkins-Brown (@AllieHBNews) February 23, 2020
MI5 officers have reduced the volume of intelligence they show to the home secretary and regularly “roll their eyes” at her interventions in meetings, it was claimed
— The Sunday Times (@thesundaytimes) February 23, 2020
Spooks at MI5 editing briefs for Home Secretary Priti Patel because they don't trust her. Oooooh. https://t.co/KfqaUbQMty
— John Sweeney (@johnsweeneyroar) February 23, 2020
Britain has committed itself to buying new nuclear warheads to replace Trident. The decision was revealed by Pentagon officials before an announcement has been made by the UK government. The estimated cost of replacing trident is £200bn.https://t.co/2Y5XwinhAu
— James Melville (@JamesMelville) February 23, 2020
UK public spending to top £1tn a year, thinktank forecasts https://t.co/JMlzKfPhAQ
— The Guardian (@guardian) February 24, 2020