Reading Time: 6 minutes Mail-in and early voting rates in North Carolina are through the roof. Some 1.85 million votes
Reading Time: 3 minutes The 8th Wonder of the World (Gerry) From the Verge: “Hopes were high among the employees
Two senior administration officials told Fox News that the FBI has the recovered laptop.
Biden’s campaign reported $177.3 million on hand, while the Trump campaign holds $63.1 million.
The younger Biden’s associates reportedly arranged a 2011 meeting with then-VP Joe Biden, and got the entourage “all taken care
Tuesday on the NewsHour, talks continue over a potential COVID-19 relief package, but time is running short to complete a
The Departments of Justice and Homeland Security on Tuesday announced new regulations barring illegal immigrants who have committed certain crimes
Boot’s defense of China’s coronavirus response and criticism of America’s amounts to CCP propaganda.
President Donald Trump is getting support from oil and gas interests, but industry giant ExxonMobil isn’t bankrolling his reelection effort.
Democrats raised $43 million more than Republicans in competitive House districts, but both parties have a fairly even amount left
For many in the media, it’s not about investigating the alleged abuses of the powerful. It’s about getting Democrats elected.
Officials close to the Democratic presidential nominee’s transition process say that his team is vetting the backgrounds and resumes of
Reading Time: 3 minutes How to ‘Weaponize’ Misleading Narratives About Voting (Gerry) From Snopes: “In the weeks after Donald Trump’s
Reading Time: 7 minutes Alanna Morgan didn’t know how to register to vote until a volunteer knocked on her door
“We’ve got to get the Attorney General to act,” Trump told Fox and Friends on Tuesday morning.
The vote to subpoena the CEO’s was subsequently delayed until this coming Thursday.
Big-money outside groups backed primarily by billionaire donors have spent over $2 billion to influence the 2020 election, a record
Monday on the NewsHour, with the election only 15 days away, the candidates traverse the country to appeal to voters.
On the menu today: Parsing China’s economic data, oil industry consolidation, and a new paper sheds light on the vulnerability
It was not immediately clear how many ballots had been damaged by the blaze or saved from destruction.
The latest iteration of the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict, which has already claimed the lives of dozens of people, had been largely forgotten
White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows warned Monday of additional lawsuits against social media companies.
Reading Time: 4 minutes The battle over Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s successor on the Supreme Court is reverberating widely with Jewish
Reading Time: 2 minutes Ivanka Trump Violated the Hatch Act Eight Times in Just Over 48 Hours (Dana) From CREW:
Those cases could be among the first for Judge Amy Coney Barrett if Senate Republicans succeed in confirming her to
Two ‘wargame’ teams have a grim take. They agree that undermining confidence in our elections would have terrible long-term consequences.
A comprehensive investigation into the infamous data firm has concluded after finding no evidence that the group influenced Brexit or
The upstart Trafalgar Group doesn’t see 2020 the same way everyone else does.
On this edition for Sunday, October 18, PBS NewsHour Weekend is in Ohio, reporting on how its cities are coping
The agency previously said it could neither confirm nor deny that it had obtained a computer belonging to the Dem
The State Department has warned that Americans in China face potential arbitrary detention.
Reading Time: 5 minutes “This is a spiritual battle we are in. This is good versus evil. We have to
Focus on upward mobility, especially homeownership, advises demographer Joel Kotkin.
Remember live performance? The story of of the making of The Mikado illuminates the magic of theater in the delightful
On this edition for Saturday, October 12, PBS NewsHour Weekend comes to you from the battleground state of Ohio where
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The discarded ballots had been intended for voters in the Louisville metro area.
Two recent incidents at Harvard and Middlebury show the growing intolerance of the woke.
Reading Time: 9 minutes A visitor to Gettysburg, PA — the site of the battle in which Union forces finally
Give relief to theaters, operas, and other live-performance venues first. Most museums, especially the big ones, don’t need the money,
It is better to prevent a preventable disaster than run the risk of being consumed by it.
With the election weeks away, candidates for the Senate seat in Kansas have seen an expensive and hard-fought race.
Friday on the NewsHour, President Trump and Joe Biden campaign in swing states after their dueling TV town halls. Plus:
There needs to be a fundamental change in the way Palestinian refugees are seen, no longer as victims but as
CEO Albert Bourla said it would take until at least the third week of November to collect safety and manufacturing
The economics and politics of stimulus, taxes everywhere, the tech wars, the deficit, South Sudan, and more.
In the battle for the Senate, Democrats have raised over $300 million more than Republicans, an unprecedented cash advantage.
Johnson warned that the country should prepare for a no-deal break from the bloc.
Tiffany Brown, a spokesperson for Governor Whitmer, told CNN the administration “supports efforts to keep our election safe and secure.”
Reading Time: 6 minutes It was 113 years ago, on September 4, 1907, when the shameful incident happened. It marked