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Mitch McConnell removed moderating influence.

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Campaigns rushed to get their ads in before the deadline.

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The president is returning to his playbook in 2016, when he bashed Hillary Clinton over coal.

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But some feared something like the coronavirus infection soon could be coming.

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The practice is the latest highlighting an uneven recovery primed to worsen as winter arrives.

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But it's raising big questions about the risks of private funding for the election process.

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Only one Senate Republican, Susan Collins, opposed the confirmation of Trump's third SCOTUS nominee.

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Republicans were the only senators who used the phrase “court-packing” in recent weeks, as Democrats sought to focus on the real-world impact of a conservative Supreme Court.

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The president did not learn a lesson from his own bout with covid-19.

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Poll workers in 2020 are facing unusual challenges as election season moves into high gear.

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In the 13 most contested races, Democratic candidates are spending $200 million in the final five weeks of the campaign. Republicans are spending just $106 million.

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Trump tries to reclaim the magic of 2016 by recycling old messaging.

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Tech companies have aggressively opposed Trump's attempts to dismantle DACA.

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But the former vice president's comment are consistent with what he has said before about climate change.

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The president remains fixated on the stock market.

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Democratic nominee Joe Biden used the term twice to refer to his plan for a public option.

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Biden promised consequences while Trump denied Russia wants him to win.

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More than 47 million people already voted by the time of the debate.

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The former president is comedic as he lacerates his successor’s record, and he’s defensive of his own.

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What’s clear now is that roughly three-quarters of Senate Republicans oppose a big deal.

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