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Biden said he will win Scranton. Trump said he will only lose if it's rigged. Who's right?
A federal investigation into discarded ballots in Luzerne County is adding fuel to President Trump's doubts about election integrity in Pennsylvania.        
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How to spot QAnon conspiracy theories
Conspiracy theories connected to QAnon are spreading on social media. Don't be fooled.       
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In historic year for trans candidates, Sarah McBride poised to become the nation's first openly transgender state senator
The Delaware candidate's win caps off a primary season with several trans people set to break barriers in statehouse seats around the country.       
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Breonna Taylor: Kentucky grand jury finds no police culpability
Kentucky grand jury finds no police culpability in death of Breonna Taylor. President Trump looks to secure conservative majority on Supreme Court.        
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Poll: GOP Sen. Susan Collins lags in Maine, where voters overwhelmingly prefer a delay in filling RBG's seat
Sara Gideon leads with 45% of the 847 registered voters who were asked for their first ranked choice. Collins was the first choice for 41%.        
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Almost 2 in 3 Americans say economy is worse than a year ago today, survey says
A majority of Americans also say they believe the nation is on the wrong track, the survey finds.       
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Joe Biden endorsed, Trump ripped by nearly 500 retired military, national security officials
Nearly 500 retired generals, admirals and senior civilian national security officials endorse Joe Biden and blast President Donald Trump.        
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President Donald Trump lays out 'vision' for new health care plan while in North Carolina
President Trump says the plan includes affordable prices, with lower prescription drug costs, more consumer choice and greater transparency.        
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Feds announce inquiry involving 9 mail-in ballots in Pennsylvania as Trump rails about fraud
U.S. Attorney David Freed said federal authorities were alerted Monday to the discovery, prompting the inquiry by the FBI and state police.        
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HHS spokesperson Michael Caputo diagnosed with cancer after taking medical leave
Michael Caputo, who took leave from his role as spokesperson for HHS, has been diagnosed with metastatic cancer in his head and neck.        
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It's been one year since the Trump impeachment began. These are the major moments of his presidency since
House Democrats announced they would conduct an impeachment investigation into Donald Trump's conduct in Ukraine on Sept. 24, 2019.      
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Crowd boos President Trump as he paid respects to Ruth Bader Ginsburg
President Donald Trump was booed by crowds at the Supreme Court when he and Melania Trump paid their respects to the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.        
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'Naked ballots': Philadelphia official warns court ruling could negate 100k mail-in ballots
Philadelphia official warns that a state court ruling could have 100k 'naked' mail-in ballots go uncounted in the general election.        
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'Honor her wish': Trump jeered as he pays his respects to Ruth Bader Ginsburg at Supreme Court
Members of the public booed Trump as he approached the casket atop the marble steps of the Supreme Court building to honor Ruth Bader Ginsburg.       
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'It's getting worse': Frontline female firefighter on this year's historic season
Female firefighters remain underrepresented as more crews step up to contain one of the worst fire seasons in history.       
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'Unprecedented and dangerous': Bernie Sanders to give speech warning Trump might not accept election results
The speech is expected to begin a new 6-week campaign for Sanders to warn the public of a 'nightmare scenario' – Trump not accepting an election loss.        
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Biden pleads for 'no violence' as protests continue after Breonna Taylor decision
Two Louisville police officers were shot after Joe Biden delivered his message on the Breonna Taylor decision.        
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Three of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg's most lasting legacies in the fight for equality
Ruth Bader Ginsburg worked to advance equal rights for women long before she was on the Supreme Court. Here are three of her most lasting legacies.       
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Eric Trump must sit for deposition in NY investigation before Election Day, judge rules
The president's son had been trying to push the deposition off until after Election Day.        
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Trump ally Pam Bondi calls Kenosha shooter Kyle Rittenhouse, 17, 'a little boy' trying to protect community
Bondi's comments drew fire on social media from critics who said she was fanning Trump's rhetoric about lawlessness in cities.        
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The battle in Congress to replace Ruth Bader Ginsburg is dashing hopes for a COVID-19 stimulus package
Americans have held out for months for more COVID-19 relief, but the fight over the next Supreme Court justice has complicated stimulus negotiations.       
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Trump to court Latino votes in Miami as campaigns battle for Florida in final stretch
Trump's Miami trip is part of two-day swing that will take him to Jacksonville, Charlotte and Atlanta before he names a Supreme Court nominee.        
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'Joe shares our values': Cindy McCain endorses Biden, citing military family members
"It had nothing to do with John McCain at all," Cindy McCain said of her decision to endorse Joe Biden. This was about her.        
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Here are the prominent Republicans not supporting Trump, instead supporting Biden
Prominent Republicans have publicly endorsed or shown support for Joe Biden instead of their party's incumbent, Donald Trump.        
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