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Despite Trump’s actions against immigrants, these Latino voters want four more years
Tump's Latino supporters in Arizona point at fiscal conservatism and business-oriented policies as more important issues.
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Why arguments that mail-in balloting will undermine the election are wrong
Trump's rhetoric is as self-serving as it is obviously flawed.
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What Amy Coney Barrett actually said about election-year Supreme Court vacancies
No, she didn’t say it would be inappropriate to fill the kind of seat she might soon be nominated to.
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Election live updates: Trump to ‘pay respects’ at Supreme Court before heading to N.C. and Florida
Democratic nominee Joe Biden has advertised no public events on a day when Trump will make appearances in two states key to his reelection fortunes.
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He was forced to resign after a government report criticized him. Eight years later, the government took it back.
After a critical inspector general report, Raymond Jefferson, a West Point graduate and a rising star in the Labor Department, spent eight years trying to clear his name.
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As Trump exudes pandemic optimism, Democrats still see worry — and an advantage
The president is counting on a recent drop in cases to fuel a political rebound as Election Day approaches.
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Trump’s rally rhetoric is becoming uglier
Trump has amped up his attacks on refugees and a Muslim-American congresswoman, his approval of violence against journalists, his baseless theories about Joe Biden and his shunning of mask usage to combat the coronavirus.
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Trump won’t commit to a ‘peaceful transfer of power’ if he loses
President Trump, when asked if he’d accept the result, brought the discussion around to mail-in ballots.
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Democrats decry Kentucky AG decision on Breonna Taylor as an example of systemic injustic
Top leaders said the decision highlights the need for police reform, as Trump praised the Kentucky AG.
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Senate Republicans push for rapid confirmation of still-unnamed Supreme Court nominee
The GOP’s rapid timeline to replace Ruth Bader Ginsburg provoked furor from Democratic senators and party activists, who have pledged fierce efforts to oppose President Trump’s choice.
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Parsing Trump’s ‘there won’t be a transfer’ of power comments
Tripping over his own rhetoric, the president reinforces deep fears about the election.
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Trump looks for ways to win over voters on health care after failing to deliver on promises
The president is scheduled to deliver a speech Thursday in Charlotte, broadly outlining how he would approach health-care policy in a second term, though the address is likely to be light on details.
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Republicans hope Supreme Court fight boosts Trump’s reelection bid, helps GOP hold Senate majority 
Some in Trump’s orbit worry that a pre-election confirmation of a conservative replacement for the late Ruth Bader Ginsburg will energize the left in key battleground states.
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The Republican court plan has the support of the majority they’re concerned about: Republicans
Americans overall oppose Trump filling the vacancy now.
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Why Mitch McConnell is unstoppable
Republicans leave Senate Democrats with few options to stall a Trump SCOTUS pick. The country’s first U.S. criminal jury trial — on Zoom. And your voting questions, answered.
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Most Americans understand that we probably won’t see a winner on election night
That's true across party identities.
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Where the 2020 race stands compared with past elections
An interactive look at the state of the race.
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GOP’s Hunter Biden report doesn’t back up Trump’s actual conspiracy theory — or anything close to it
Trump's claim was that Joe Biden did something wrong by pushing for the removal of Ukraine's prosecutor. The new Seante report spends precious little time on that.
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The urgent need for patience
A country strained by the pandemic will need, once again, to show restraint after Nov. 3.
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Allegations of racism have marked Trump’s presidency and become key issue as election nears
The president compares himself to Lincoln but critics say he has pursued policies that have harmed people of color and imperiled civil rights while using the bully pulpit for race-baiting.
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Crowds begin to gather at Supreme Court to say goodbye to Ruth Bader Ginsburg
Three days of remembrance are scheduled for the second woman to serve on the high court.
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Partisan fight over Supreme Court could affect issues and image
Republicans’ show of strength now could prompt a backlash if Democrats retake the White House and flip the Senate in November.
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Trump appears to secure a Senate majority for his Supreme Court pick, even before naming one
Judge Amy Coney Barrett is the front-runner to be nominated to fill the vacancy left by the death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
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The Trailer: Why conservatives want the court fight to focus on Catholicism
In this edition: The coming Catholic politics of a court fight, the latest ballot warfare in swing states, and the return of Iowa as a swing state.
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The Trump team knocks on doors. Biden’s supporters dial phones. Voters in North Carolina see two very different campaigns, each risky.
Democrats have tried to replicate in-person contacts virtually, while Republicans have conducted a traditional campaign. Neither side knows which will work better.
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McEnany’s attempt to rationalize Trump’s conflicting coronavirus claims didn’t work
Trump simply says different things to different people for obviously political reasons.
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‘Hanging chads,’ meet ‘naked ballots’
Why 'naked ballots' could be a major x-factor in the Trump-Biden race.
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The 50 political states of America
The 2020 election may see the highest turnout in decades, and the electoral map is the largest in a long time.
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Pelosi, Mnuchin renew search for bipartisan deal to avert government shutdown
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