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Apr 7

Boris Johnson and the British People Will Be Victorious Against Coronavirus

Nile Gardiner joined Fox News to talk about the latest on the coronavirus, Boris Johnson's personal fight against the virus, and the strength of the British spirit and ultimate victory against the virus. "He is someone who is a tremendous leader for the British people, he has so much more to give for his country and I think he is continuing to fight," said Gardiner. 

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Apr 6

National Coronavirus Recovery Commission Launches to ‘Save Lives and Livelihoods’

Heritage announced today the formation of the National Coronavirus Recovery Commission, which will examine the extraordinary public health crisis facing America and the steps needed to move prudently toward recovery. The commission will be led by Heritage Foundation President Kay C. James and includes top experts and thinkers from government, public health, disaster response and relief, academia and education, business, and the faith community. 

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Apr 6

Watch LIVE: President Trump’s Coronavirus Task Force

Most major networks have stopped airing these briefings—but The Daily Signal, Heritage's multimedia news outlet is bringing them to you LIVE so you don’t miss the latest updates and information straight from the source. Watch the briefings live on The Daily Signal's Facebook page or click the link below.

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Apr 6

America’s Faith-Based Groups: Helping Neighbors in a Time of Crisis

As they have throughout our history, America's faith-based organizations are reaching out to their neighbors by keeping them informed and by meeting their material, social and spiritual needs. Their trusted relationships and local knowledge are enabling them to respond effectively to the emergency, doing invaluable work that governments are not always able to perform. 

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Apr 2

SCOTUS 101: April Fools' Day

This week, with no word about the March and April oral arguments, Elizabeth Slattery and Tiffany Bates recap the Court's latest rulings (one involves the infamous pirate, Blackbeard). They also debut their new SCOTUS book club. Elizabeth chats with 6th Circuit Judge Alice Batchelder about her love of roller coasters and her chambers' unusual dress code. Stay tuned for Supreme Trivia—April Fools' Day edition.

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Apr 1

Pandemic in 2020: Dark Times Lead to Brighter Days

"History is replete with examples of people rising to meet the challenges of trying times, finding ways not only to cope with unexpected dangers but to surmount them and along the way discover more about themselves and their society than they knew before. Our current troubled time is no different," writes Heritage expert Dakota Wood. 

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