Super Tuesday proved it is a two-man race for the Democratic presidential nomination between Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders. CBS News political contributor and Democratic strategist Lynda Tran joined CBSN to break down the results and where the candidates' campaigns stand.
Washington — House and Senate negotiators have reached a deal on an $8.3 billion supplemental package to respond to the coronavirus outbreak, lawmakers said Wednesday. The amount is far higher than the $2.5 billion originally requested by President Trump, and in line with the $8 billion proposed by Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer. "We got a deal," Senate Appropriations Committee Chairman Richard Shelby, a Republican, told reporters Wednesday. The $8.3 billion includes $7.8 billion in discretionary appropriations, plus $500 million in Medicare telehealth mandatory spending, which would allow Medicare providers to furnish telemedicine services to seniors. "This should not be about politics; this is about doing our job to protect the American people from a potential pandemic. We worked together to craft an aggressive and comprehensive response that provides the resources the experts say they need to combat this crisis," Shelby said in a statement. "I thank my colleagues for their cooperation and appreciate President Trump's eagerness to sign this legislation and get the funding out the door without delay." Coronavirus › Congress reaches deal on $8.3 billion package to fight coronavirus The CDC says to skip work if you're ill. Problem is, many can't Catchy PSA about coronavirus sparks TikTok challenge Race to increase testing as coronavirus spreads in U.S. and elsewhere Fed made biggest rate cut in a decade. That may not be enough for stocks More in Coronavirus The deal includes funding for research and development of vaccines, support for state and local government, and assistance for small businesses, a House Democratic aide told CBS News. The aide also said that the package includes $300 million to help ensure that all Americans can afford a potential vaccine. The House is expected to consider the emergency supplemental bill on Wednesday afternoon. The coronavirus that emerged late last year has spread from central China to almost 80 countries, with outbreaks growing fast in South Korea, Italy, Iran and the United States. At least nine people have died of the COVID-19 disease in the U.S., all of them in Washington state and most of them from a single nursing home in the Seattle area. While the virus' spread has slowed dramatically in China, infections were mounting fast in the U.S. and elsewhere. Almost 130 people in 16 states were infected by Wednesday, including the outbreak in the Seattle area. The U.S. National Institutes of Health is only about six weeks away from a phase-1 trial on a coronavirus vaccine, the agency's director of allergies and infectious disease, Dr. Anthony Fauci, told a House Appropriations subcommittee on Wednesday. He stressed, however, that actually getting an approved vaccine ready for human use was still a year to 18 months away. Mr. Trump on Saturday announced new efforts to combat the spread of coronavirus, including new travel restrictions on visitors from Iran and further screening efforts
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Courtney Stodden at the Rather Go Naked Than Wear Fur Opening Night Of PETA's Naked Ambition Exhibit Nearly two years after separating from Doug Hutchinson, Courtney Stodden has taken to Instagram to confirm their divorce is final, accusing her ex-husband of taking advantage of her in her youth. “It’s March 3rd, 2020 — today I am officially divorced from actor Doug Hutchison. It’s an emotional day for me,” Stodden begins, alongside a photo of the couple in happier times. “God only knows how he’s feeling, but I can tell you that it’s for the better. I look back at this picture and feel absolutely taken advantage of.” You’ll remember — or perhaps, blissfully, you won’t — that the “Green Mile” actor married the blonde bombshell when she was just 16 years old. “I’ve been scared to even speak up about feeling groomed or being verbally abused during the almost 10-year marriage,” Stodden writes, “because I was a child and he was 50 [sic] when we married. “But I’m a woman now and it’s time for me to put my big girl pants on and speak on this matter.” The 25-year-old reality star goes on to say that she “felt completely trapped, manipulated and at times abandoned by adults.” Stodden and mom/former manager Krista Keller also had a tumultuous relationship, which played itself out on Lifetime’s “Mother/Daughter Experiment: Celebrity Edition.” “Growing up in such an environment,” Stodden continues, “became a lonely and dark place. Stay tuned for my book.” Stodden then went on to address Hutchison directly, writing, “I’ll always love you; yet I’ll always be angry. You’ve left me — a child woman, feeling belittled and confused. These things I shall overcome. I wish you well. But please don’t ever do this to another minor again. It’s not right … even if the parent signs off. Wait a respectable amount of time before marrying. Children aren’t on your level. I’ll always love you regardless. Be better. As shall I.” With Keller’s permission, Stodden married 51-year-old Hutchinson in 2011. Keller has since stated that she regrets allowing her teenage daughter to tie the knot, telling RadarOnline in 2015 that, if she “had to do it all over again,” she would not sign the papers for their wedding. Share this: Courtney Stodden felt ‘absolutely taken advantage of’ by Doug Hutchinson Filed under celebrity divorces, courtney stodden, doug hutchison,
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