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Republicans Signal They're Willing To Pay Up To Avoid An Election Day Disaster
Ever since the pandemic struck, state and local election officials across the country have made it clear: To avoid an election disaster in November, they need more money now.
Epic failure': U.S. election officials warn of November chaos due to budget crunch
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A Michigan town wants machines to speed up counting of absentee ballots. In Ohio, officials want to equip polling places so voters and poll workers feel safe from the coronav...
Trump brushes aside Kanye West’s presidential aspirations
President Trump suggested in a new interview that he bears no harsh feelings for Kanye West, who recently announced a run for the White House and said he no longer supports the commander-in-chief.
A Second Stimulus Check — Congress Has No Choice But To Pass Another Bill
Ever since the passage of the CARES Act back in March, there’s been a growing level of speculation about the possibility of a second stimulus bill. While some Republicans have been downplaying the ...
Ex-Sanders aides launch pro-Biden ad targeting Latino voters
The spot attacking President Donald Trump over the coronavirus crisis will appear in swing states, in Spanish and English.
How the Trump administration backpedaled on its threats to cut school funding
First they say they want to yank money for schools that won't reopen, then they say they won't. The Trump administration’s statements are multiple and evolving on potential funding cuts for schools...
Stocks tumble after Supreme Court ruling on Trump taxes
New York (CNN Business)The Dow and the broader US stock market tumbled on Thursday after the Supreme Court dealt a blow to the Trump administration.
Trump threatens to cut funding for schools, slams CDC reopening guidelines as too tough and expensive
WASHINGTON – President Donald Trump ramped up his pressure campaign to get public schools to fully reopen amid the coronavirus pandemic, tweeting Wednesday that he may withhold federal funding from...
Robert Redford Backs Joe Biden For President, Says Four More Years Of Donald Trump “Would Accelerate Our Slide Toward Autocracy”
Robert Redford says that he will vote for Joe Biden for president, warning in a new op ed that another four years of Donald Trump “would accelerate our slide toward autocracy.”