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News : Politics

Trump raises the stakes on vaccine distribution

Saturday  02:26,   19 september 2020

President Trump raised the stakes for the delivery of a coronavirus vaccine, promising a faster timeline than that promised by his advisers and accusing the Biden campaign of undermining the effort. © Provided by Washington Examiner Trump said... >>>

How Attorney General Bill Barr Controls the End of John Durham's Investigation

Saturday  02:26,   19 september 2020

In the final stretch of the election, Bill Barr will control how, and possibly when, John Durham's findings are presented to the country. © Brendan Smialowski—AFP via Getty Images US Attorney General William Barr gestures as he speaks during a... >>>

Hillicon Valley: Trump's ban on TikTok, WeChat in spotlight | NASA targeted by foreign hackers | Instagram accused of spying in lawsuit

Saturday  02:26,   19 september 2020

Welcome to Hillicon Valley, The Hill's newsletter detailing all you need to know about the tech and cyber news from Capitol Hill to Silicon Valley. If you don't already, be sure to sign up for our newsletter with this LINK.Welcome! Follow... >>>

Biden’s polling lead nears magic number

Saturday  02:25,   19 september 2020

The former vice president is above or close to majority support in enough states to win the Electoral College.There’s one key difference that’s often overlooked, though. Biden is much closer to the magic 50 percent mark — both nationally and in key... >>>

'Once we win, we'll take care of business': Trump says administration will handle any post-election violence

Saturday  02:03,   19 september 2020

President Trump told conservative radio host Dan Bongino that his administration would "take care of business" if people who were unwilling to accept the results of a Trump victory on Election Day turned violent. © Provided by Washington Examiner In >>>

The Hill's Campaign Report: Trump and Biden vie for Minnesota | Early voting begins in four states | Blue state GOP governors back Susan Collins

Saturday  02:03,   19 september 2020

Welcome to The Hill's Campaign Report, your daily rundown on all the latest news in the 2020 presidential, Senate and House races. Did someone forward this to you? Click here to subscribe.We're Julia Manchester, Max Greenwood and Jonathan... >>>

Overnight Health Care: CDC reverses controversial testing guidance | Billions more could be needed for vaccine distribution | Study examines danger of in-flight COVID-19 transmission

Saturday  02:02,   19 september 2020

Welcome to Friday's Overnight Health Care. The CDC reversed its controversial guidance on testing of potentially asymptomatic people. President Trump said he expects enough vaccines to be available for every American by April. And experts warn... >>>

Watch live: Trump rallies supporters in Minnesota

Saturday  02:02,   19 september 2020

Polling shows President Trump is trailing Joe Biden in Minnesota, but the Trump campaign is determined to make a play for the state. ","contentRating":"MPAA... >>>

Trump attacks his FBI chief over Russia assessment

Saturday  01:41,   19 september 2020

President Donald Trump on Friday attacked his FBI director, Christopher Wray, for highlighting the threat posed by Russia and right-wing militias to the US election, rather than focusing on China and left-wing groups. Trump, whose campaign had murky >>>

Kenosha will be a good bellwether in 2020

Saturday  01:41,   19 september 2020

When candidate Trump visited Kenosha in 2016, Michael Moore remarked that he was using “very desperate working class people as his props.”When candidate Trump visited Kenosha in 2016, Michael Moore remarked that he was using "very desperate working... >>>

Democrats, GOP Agree on Stopgap to Avoid Government Shutdown

Saturday  01:39,   19 september 2020

Republicans and Democrats in Congress have agreed in principle on a stopgap spending bill needed to keep the U.S. government open after the new fiscal year begins on Oct. 1. The bill extends current levels of spending for agencies through Dec. 11. © >>>

Court rulings in critical swing states make it easier to vote this November — but may delay results

Saturday  01:39,   19 september 2020

A pair of court rulings this week in Michigan and Pennsylvania will give voters more time to cast their mail-in ballots in the two critical swing states. In Michigan, State Court of Claims Judge Cynthia Diane Stephens ruled Friday that if a mail-in... >>>

Mississippi judge rules voters with preexisting conditions don't automatically qualify for absentee ballots

Saturday  01:38,   19 september 2020

The Mississippi Supreme Court ruled Friday that state law does not qualify all people with pre-existing health conditions for absentee voting, the Associated Press reported. The ruling reversed a decision earlier this month by Hinds County Chancery... >>>

Biden Goes Full Populist in Closing Weeks

Saturday  01:38,   19 september 2020

The day after Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden test-ran a new populist phrase about income inequality in a parking lot set up for a town hall in Pennsylvania, he doubled down in another swing state at risk of turning red: Minnesota. During... >>>

Trump and Biden hit unlikely battleground state of Minnesota

Saturday  01:38,   19 september 2020

Since narrowly losing Minnesota in 2016, Trump has emphasized the state in hopes that a victory this year could offset losses in other states. He has visited regularly and kept a close eye on issues of particular importance to rural corners of the... >>>