IE 11 is not supported. For an optimal experience visit our site on another browser.
  • UP NEXT

    Chuck Rosenberg: The Supreme Court has limited the ways someone can be disqualified

    10:18
  • ‘Blatant racism’: Rev. Al slams Trump's anti-immigrant rhetoric

    09:44
  • Nikki Haley rallies in Texas ahead of Super Tuesday

    09:57
  • U.S. voters face stark contrast in 2024 choices, with no 'magic wand' coming to help

    07:27
  • 'The Republican Party is going through some things': Maddow marvels at GOP veering into extremism

    12:00
  • ‘This is my granddaughter’: Dem Rep. shares emotional story of family using IVF

    07:35
  • Lawrence: History will remember SCOTUS calling Trump an 'oathbreaking insurrectionist'

    10:55
  • SCOTUS Ruling: Ari Melber on why indicted Trump stays on ballot, as partisan cracks show

    12:05
  • Is Trump out of cash? After losing case, Trump loses odd request to post a portion of bond

    05:11
  • Trump-era racial divide draws on long history: Ari Melber x Anna Deavere Smith on voicing the truth

    32:40
  • Trump-era racial divide draws on long history: Ari Melber x Anna Deavere Smith on voicing the truth

    32:40
  • 'A book about grief, friendship': Sloane Crosley deals with personal loss in new memoir

    06:12
  • Supreme Court rules Trump can remain on Colorado ballot

    01:23
  • Why Biden is still the Democrats' best bet in November

    06:39
  • Ex-Trump CFO to plead guilty to perjury in civil fraud trial

    00:41
  • David Ignatius: Food convoy carnage shows what's wrong in Gaza

    09:18
  • How private talks and chance meetings shape Biden's thinking

    05:30
  • Voters more upbeat on economy but Biden not getting much benefit: poll

    06:15
  • Judge makes no decision on Trump classified docs trial date

    03:11
  • Trump takes credit for legislation signed by Obama

    02:33

State, local officials take coronavirus action into their own hands amid inadequate federal response

06:12

As President Trump continues to give misleading information - or lie - about the federal government’s measures to fight coronavirus, mayors, governors and local officials are trying to prepare on their own. Several states ordered residents to stay at home for all but essential trips. Some officials are seeking hotels, dorms, or other spaces to repurpose as hospitals. And others are urging the public to 3-D print or sew protective equipment for healthcare workers.