Ari Fleischer, USA TODAY
– Apr 3, 6:00 AM
If President Trump is a wartime president, does that make Washington reporters wartime correspondents? Even before coronavirus, I often wondered if today's press corps had covered the allied landing at D-Day in June 1944, if their stories would…
The Wall Street Journal
– Apr 4, 7:00 AM
Burglaries of businesses have risen in New York City under emergency measures to fight the new coronavirus, according to new New York Police Department data, and some businesses are boarding up their storefronts. The NYPD has seen a 75% increase in…
Call for applications for four special procedure mandate holders Secretariat note verbale of 3 March 2020 Note: The appointment of certain mandate holders will be made provided the mandates themselves are extended by the Human Rights Council.
Two staff members at Pentonville Prison in north London have died after showing symptoms of coronavirus, the Prison Officers' Association (POA) has said. The men, Bovil Peter and Patrick Beckford, worked as support staff. Both are thought to have…
The Washington Post
– Apr 4, 6:00 AM
By the time Donald Trump proclaimed himself a wartime president — and the coronavirus the enemy — the United States was already on course to see more of its people die than in the wars of Korea, Vietnam, Afghanistan and Iraq combined.