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Testing mess leaves Texas in the dark as cases spike

Testing mess leaves Texas in the dark as cases spike

26 minutes ago   |   Politico

Covid-19 testing is a mess in Texas. More than one-in-five Texans who are tested for coronavirus are positive, the worst statewide rate in the country. But the number of people...
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Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp Drops Lawsuit Against Atlanta's Mask Order

Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp Drops Lawsuit Against Atlanta's Mask Order

38 minutes ago   |   The Huffington Post   |   2 articles

Previously, the Republican governor sued Atlanta's mayor and City Council to block them from making masks mandatory in the city.
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Do House Republicans Back Trump's Efforts to Block Mail-In Voting?

Do House Republicans Back Trump's Efforts to Block Mail-In Voting?

1 hour ago   |   DCCC   |   3 articles

President Trump admitted on Fox that he's blocking U.S. Postal Service funding to prevent the expansion of mail-in voting during the pandemic
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Private prison industry backs Trump, prepares if Biden wins

1 hour ago   |   Washington Times

HOUSTON - Executives at the nation's two largest private prison companies have been donating large sums to President Donald Trump and Republican candidates with an eye toward...
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What's driving Republican enthusiasm to vote? Trump. Democratic enthusiasm? Trump

2 hours ago   |   The Washington Post

Democrats aren't as enthusiastic about their candidate, but they don't need to be.
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New DCCC Polling: Kennedy Pulls Ahead in Race Against Van Drew

4 hours ago   |   DCCC

Kennedy Leads Van Drew 51-46 in Highly Competitive Race Fresh DCCC polling released this morning in National Journal shows Amy Kennedy leading Jefferson Van Drew (51-46), with...
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Vulnerable Republicans Quietly Embrace Marjorie Taylor Greene's Racism, Anti-Semitism and Islamophobia

4 hours ago   |   DCCC

No Targeted Republican Has Spoken Up To Condemn Her Comments President Trump, Minority Leader McCarthy and the NRCC have rolled out the welcome mat for racist-conspiracy...
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Supreme Court rules against GOP bid to restore R.I. ballot rules waived because of virus

Supreme Court rules against GOP bid to restore R.I. ballot rules waived because of virus

5 hours ago   |   Politico   |   2 articles

The Supreme Court has rebuffed an effort by Republicans to block Rhode Island officials' agreement to waive mail-in ballot security measures due to the coronavirus...
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Did Jim Bognet Forget Where He Lives?

6 hours ago   |   DCCC

Bognet Running A TV Ad in Portland, Oregon Yesterday, California political consultant Jim Bognet placed a TV reservation in Portland, Oregon. No, that's not a typo - Bognet...
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Chris Evans hopes to shield democracy with politics website

7 hours ago   |   Star Tribune

Chris Evans became the most politically prickly "Avenger" a few years back with withering tweets about President Donald Trump and his Republican supporters.
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Biden: We Need a 3-Month Mask Mandate, Starting Now

Biden: We Need a 3-Month Mask Mandate, Starting Now

Joe Biden is calling for a nationwide protective mask mandate, citing health experts' predictions that it could save 40,000 lives from the coronavirus over the next three... Read more ...

Do House Republicans Back Trump's Efforts to Block Mail-In Voting?

Do House Republicans Back Trump's Efforts to Block Mail-In Voting?

President Trump admitted on Fox that he's blocking U.S. Postal Service funding to prevent the expansion of mail-in voting during the pandemic Read more ...

Joe Biden: For The Next 3 Months, All Americans Should Wear A Mask When Outside

Joe Biden: For The Next 3 Months, All Americans Should Wear A Mask When Outside

The presumptive Democratic presidential nominee said every governor should mandate mask-wearing as a way to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Read more ...

Justice Department finds Yale discriminates against Asian, white applicants

Justice Department finds Yale discriminates against Asian, white applicants

The Department of Justice said Thursday that it has concluded Yale University illegally discriminates against Asian American and white undergraduate applicants. Following a... Read more ...

Biden, Harris call for all states to mandate masks after first joint...

Biden, Harris call for all states to mandate masks after first joint Covid-19 briefing

Joe Biden and his running mate Sen. Kamala Harris called on Thursday for every governor to mandate mask-wearing in public for at least the next three months, citing studies... Read more ...

Kushner confirms he met with Kanye West amid scrutiny of rapper's 2020 campaign

Kushner confirms he met with Kanye West amid scrutiny of rapper's 2020 campaign

White House senior adviser Jared Kushner confirmed Thursday that he had a “friendly discussion” with rapper Kanye West in Colorado last weekend, but did not say whether they... Read more ...

Supreme Court Rules Against GOP in State's Mail Voting

Supreme Court Rules Against GOP in State's Mail Voting

A Supreme Court ruling on Thursday means that it will remain easier than usual for people in Rhode Island to vote by mail in the November election. In an unsigned order , the... Read more ...

Supreme Court rules against GOP bid to restore R.I. ballot rules waived...

Supreme Court rules against GOP bid to restore R.I. ballot rules waived because of virus

The Supreme Court has rebuffed an effort by Republicans to block Rhode Island officials' agreement to waive mail-in ballot security measures due to the coronavirus... Read more ...

Kamala Harris Makes Emotional Tribute To Her Friend Beau Biden

Kamala Harris Makes Emotional Tribute To Her Friend Beau Biden

Joe Biden's running mate was close friends with his eldest son, who died in 2015. Read more ...

New unemployment claims fall below 1 million for the first time in five months

New unemployment claims fall below 1 million for the first time in five months

New unemployment claims fell last week to 963,000, the Labor Department reported Thursday, the first time in months the figure has been less than 1 million. An additional... Read more ...