Andy Kroll

Rolling Stone Magazine

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Andy Kroll is now Washington bureau chief for Rolling Stone Magazine. He was formerly a writer to the California Sunday Magazine and a former reporter for Mother Jones.

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China has locked down an entire city to control the coronavirus, while President Trump has eliminated federal programs to cope with disease epidemics.

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