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Russian President Vladimir Putin told lawmakers on Tuesday that he supports a proposed constitutional amendment that would allow him to seek two more terms and remain in power.

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A proposed constitutional amendment would reset term limits, giving the Russian president the ability to run again when his current term expires in 2024.

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The California county includes the hospital that treated the first known U.S. case of community spread of COVID-19, which went undiagnosed for days because of problems with the U.S. testing program.

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"As a nation, we can't be doing the kinds of things we were doing a few months ago," NIH official Anthony Fauci said. President Trump and Vice President Pence are discussing options with lawmakers.

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Planet Money's roundup of a crazy few days in economic news.

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Franco Ordoñez/NPR

Bernie Sanders' supporters are making a big push in what could be the senator's last opportunity to regain front-runner status.

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As the number of confirmed coronavirus cases continues to climb, election officials and candidates are weighing how to make sure the political process doesn't become the next casualty of the virus.

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Paul Sancya/AP

As vice president, Biden visited Detroit nearly a dozen times, more than President Barack Obama. He was in Detroit again on Monday, this time campaigning before Michigan's Tuesday primary.

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Ahn Young-joon/AP

There are some 45,000 Americans working at U.S. military installations in South Korea and Italy. Both nations have major coronavirus outbreaks and travel to and from them is being restricted.

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