Doctors ask Supreme Court to strike down Trump…

The American Medical Association is asking the Supreme Court to strike down a Trump administration rule that's had a far-reaching impact on the nation’s family planning program

After pandemic delay, Biden launching in-person…

After months of avoiding direct contact with voters because of the pandemic, Joe Biden’s campaign has decided to resume in-person canvassing efforts across several battleground states in the coming days

Joe Biden Experiences Record Fundraising After…

Joe Biden Experiences Record Fundraising After Presidential Debate . Joe Biden and the Democratic Party experienced an influx of donations following Tuesday night’s debate against Donald Trump. . According to ActBlue, a Democratic fundraising website, the site processed close to $8 million between 9 p.m. and 10 p.m. . Biden’s campaign officials disclosed that they raised $3.8 million between 10 p.m. and 11 p.m., a new one-hour record for the site. . By 9:30 a.m. on Wednesday, at least $25 million had gone through ActBlue since the beginning of the debate. . That money went to various campaigns and committees up and down the Democratic ballot. . In a post to social media, Biden’s deputy campaign manager said he’d never received so much engagement before in his “16+ year political career.”. Never before in my 16+ year political career have I received more calls/texts/emails from people wanting to give money to the campaign than I have in the last 12 hours, Rufus Gifford, via Twitter. As of now, Trump’s campaign and the GOP donation website, WinRed, has not announced any fundraising hauls following the debate

Judge says government's suit over Bolton book can…

A judge has ruled that the Trump administration can move forward with its lawsuit against former national security adviser John Bolton over that his tell-all book, which officials say contains classified information

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White House ups bid in last-ditch COVID talks…

The White House is backing a $400 per week pandemic jobless benefit and is dangling the possibility of a COVID-19 relief bill with a price tag above $1.5 trillion in last-ditch, pre-election negotiations

More Than 1 Million Ballots Have Already Been…

More Than 1 Million Ballots , Have Already Been Cast , in 2020 Election. 1.2 million Americans cast their ballots for the 2020 presidential election before the first presidential debate. Nearly two thirds of those ballots were cast by voters in contentious states, including Wisconsin and North Carolina. The unprecedented number of ballots cast this far out from the election indicates that many voters have their minds made up. More than 30 million ballots have been requested in 36 states. . 43 million additional ballots have been, or will be, mailed out automatically. . Of the states releasing political party data, Democrats have requested 6.5 million ballots to Republicans' 3.8 million. Polling indicates that Trump supporters are adamant about voting in person as opposed to mailing in their ballots

Californians to vote on racial, gender preference…

A vastly different California in political preferences and demographics votes Nov. 3 on a ballot measure allowing affirmative action in public hiring, contracting and college admissions

Facebook tightens political ad bans as US…

With just over a month to go before Americans head en masse to the polls in an extraordinarily contentious election, Facebook is expanding restrictions on political advertising, including new bans on messages claiming widespread voter fraud

Trump and Biden Square Off in First 2020…

Trump and Biden Square Off , in First 2020 Presidential Debate. Moderated by Fox News' Chris Wallace, the debate took place in Cleveland, OH, under strict social distancing conditions. . Sparks flew immediately as President Donald Trump attempted to steam-roll control of the debate. . Topics in the first 15 minutes jumped from the Supreme Court to the Affordable Care Act to COVID-19. The first segment ended with Biden shaking his head at Trump, saying "Will you shut up, man. That is so unpresidential.". Trump touted his record concerning the virus and the possibility of a COVID-19 vaccine, while Biden stated that Trump cannot be trusted. When asked about how much he paid in taxes in 2016, Trump claimed that he paid "millions of dollars" in taxes. . By the fourth segment, Wallace had gained some form of control of the debate. The topic shifted to the issue of race in America. Trump was put on the defensive about recent changes made by his administration concerning racial sensitivity training. Biden evoked the notion of bringing both poles of the country together in order to "defeat racism.". Trump egged on Biden to use the lynchpin phrase of his campaign, "law and order.". Law and order with justice, where people get treated fairly, Joe Biden, 2020 Democratic Presidential Candidate. Trump was put on the defensive about his dismissal of climate change. Biden touted a green infrastructure in which millions of jobs would be created. The candidates sparred at the end of the debate concerning mail-in ballots. Wallace asked if candidates would urge their supporters to remain calm in the case the election could not be called immediately. Trump refused to go on the record stating as much. Biden stated he would accept the results of the election

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Election 2020 Today: Voters cringe after debate…

While President Donald Trump and Democrat Joe Biden debated, Americans cringed

Trump business deductions: sketchy, normal or…

The massive losses Donald Trump claimed on tax returns were reportedly due at least in part to huge deductions he took against income his businesses had before and after he became president

Pompeo, Vatican talk China after tensions spill…

U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and Vatican officials have discussed religious freedom and their differences over China

Former President Jimmy Carter celebrates 96th…

Former President Jimmy Carter marks his 96th birthday Thursday, the latest milestone for the longest lived of the 44 men to hold the highest American office

Police departments seeing modest cuts, but not…

Calls to defund police departments have not had widespread success across the U.S. While a handful of left-leaning cities have proposed structural reforms, most cuts to law enforcement agencies have been modest so far

'I was sad. It was sad': Voters bemoan nasty…

While President Donald Trump and Democrat Joe Biden debated, Americans cringed

In Appalachia, people watch COVID-19, race issues…

With the nation roiled by the pandemic and protests, The Associated Press decided to take a road trip

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Check's in the mail? Trump doling out aid before…

President Donald Trump has been talking up the heaps of federal aid flowing to key constituency groups in the lead-up to the November election

Parscale steps back from Trump team after…

President Donald Trump’s former campaign manager is stepping away from the reelection campaign days after he was hospitalized after Florida law enforcement officials said threatened to harm himself

California to study reparations for Black…

California will develop detailed proposals for granting reparations to Black Americans under a new law