Matthew S. Schwartz
Matthew S. Schwartz is a reporter with NPR's news desk. Before coming to NPR, Schwartz worked as a reporter for Washington, DC, member station WAMU, where he won the national Edward R. Murrow award for feature reporting in large market radio. Previously, Schwartz worked as a technology reporter covering the intricacies of Internet regulation. In a past life, Schwartz was a Washington telecom lawyer. He got his J.D. from Georgetown University Law Center, and his B.A. from the University of Michigan ("Go Blue!").
Lawmakers from across the political spectrum remembered Rep. John Lewis as a man who embodied the best of American ideals and a stalwart champion for civil rights.
The president has offered no evidence that the Chinese were responsible for the pandemic, and conceded, "If it was a mistake, a mistake is a mistake."
The Missouri attorney general asked a judge to block the sale of Bakker's "Silver Solution." The FDA and FTC warned seven companies to stop hawking so-called treatments for the coronavirus.
Thousands were without power and multiple people were hurt as a series of storms spawned multiple tornadoes in Missouri late Wednesday and into Thursday.