The Trump administration doesn’t yet have a plan to handle Grand Princess coronavirus cases, officials say

The Grand Princess — a cruise ship containing at least 21 people infected with the novel coronavirus — is scheduled to dock in Oakland, California on Monday, but the Trump administration does not yet have a fully-fleshed-out plan for dealing with the ship’s more than 3,500 passengers, according to top administration officials.

US Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Ben Carson appeared on ABC’s This Week on Sunday to give updates on the administration’s handling of Covid-19, the disease caused by the novel coronavirus first observed in China. When pressed by the show’s host, George Stephanopoulos, on how the administration …

Sen. Kamala Harris joins the growing list of lawmakers endorsing Joe Biden

Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA) endorsed former Vice President Joe Biden on Sunday, joining a growing group of prominent politicians who have backed Biden ahead of key races on March 10 and 17.

“I believe in Joe. I really believe in him and I have known him for a long time,” Harris said. “One of the things that we need right now, is we need a leader who really does care about the people and who can therefore unify the people. And I believe Joe can do that.”

Welcome to the world of craft weed

Not so long ago, beer drinkers didn’t have a lot of options. If you wanted beer, you had to choose between Budweiser or Miller Light or a handful of other cheap options. But in the 1960s and ’70s, there was a renaissance in the industry. As regional breweries merged and closed, the craft beer movement was gradually born. Today, we’re living in a golden age for beer drinkers, with amazing beer from around the world available almost anywhere.

That is the path the legal weed industry might well follow — if things break right. That’s the argument that Ryan Stoa, …

Sen. Elizabeth Warren makes a surprise appearance on SNL

Saturday Night Live’s Kate McKinnon has been praised for her spot-on impression of Sen. Elizabeth Warren impression for the past few months. But Saturday night, she got the opportunity to give her impression the ultimate test: Playing the senator opposite the real Warren.

The show’s cold open began with McKinnon as Fox News host Laura Ingraham, complaining about the coronavirus. She began her monologue by accusing Democrats of creating panic around the virus to discredit President Donald Trump, saying, “The left continues to wage its deceitful, dishonest, and frankly gay smear campaign against President Trump.”

She then ridiculed Democrats for…