More than 12,000 people have died from coronavirus in the U.S.; States competing with private companies and FEMA for medical supplies; Chef Jose Andres urges restaurant workers to help feed America; As Trump downplayed coronavirus, January memo warned Whi

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CDC Director: U.S. death toll could be "much lower" than predicted 200,000 because most Americans staying home; WI residents waiting up to 3 hours to vote amid pandemic; In Michigan, Illinois and Louisiana rate of infection and death higher in African-Americans; Acting Navy Secretary submits resignation after calling ousted aircraft carrier captain "stupid"; As Trump downplayed coronavirus, January memo warned White House it could become "full-blown" pandemic; Trump removes independent watchdog in charge of overseeing coronavirus relief spending; Grisham out as WH Press Secretary, never held a briefing; Kudlow: U.S. economy should be strong in second half of 2020; Treasury to ask for another $250B for overwhelmed small business loan program plagued with glitches; 32,200+ staff from Michigan's two largest hospital systems had coronavirus or showed symptoms; Automakers switch gears, manufacturing medical equipment; Famed chef turns D.C.'s baseball stadium into a community kitchen; U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson "stable," remains in intensive care; Wuhan reopening after two months on lockdown;

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