Several states in the U.S. are preparing plans to reopen separately from the White House. This has ignited a new debate as to who has the authority to make this decision, the local government or the federal government? Former CDC Director Dr. Tom Frieden weighs in on what roles the state, federal government and CDC play during a national health emergency. He explains why focusing on "the data not the date" is the best approach to reopening the economy. Plus, he gives his thoughts on how the World Health Organization handled the coronavirus information from China.
The airline business has been grounded by the coronavirus. What will spark it to take off again? Aviation consultant Michael Boyd and pilot and aviation writer Rob Mark discuss how the industry can be saved and what it may look like years from now.
Plus, commentary by Democratic Strategist Leslie Marshall.