Over 2.1 million Americans filed for unemployment last week, which puts the number of total job losses from the coronavirus lockdown to 40 million. Live from Washington D.C, Rachel Sutherland gives the latest.
Steve breaks down plans by the Fair and Equal Michigan ballot committee to file a lawsuit claiming that COVID-19 restrictions have made it impossible to collect the minimum number of petition signatures by today's deadline.
In a testimony for the house committee, the former director of a key vaccine agency had some daunting remarks about the country's fight against Covid-19. Live from Washington D.C, Rachel Sutherland reports.
Craig previews tomorrow's stay-at-home order protests in downtown Lansing and reacts to senate majority leader Mike Shirkey's denouncing of death threats and aggressive behavior toward Governor Whitmer on social media.