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First debate topics include coronavirus, Supreme Court

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The first presidential debate is on September 29, the week after the U.S. passed 200,000 coronavirus deaths. »more

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SENATE
The future of the Senate may come down to Susan Collins   The Vox Senate interview: Sara Gideon is Susan Collins’s most serious challenger in decades   Can the Senate vote on a replacement for Justice Ginsburg before the election?   How the Senate’s most endangered Democrat thinks he can win, again   The Vox Senate interview: Doug Jones on how Democrats can win in the South   Senate Republicans promise a quick floor vote on a Trump Supreme Court nominee  

Senate fight over Supreme Court vacancy heats up as Republicans guarantee vote

The Senate was back in session Monday with leaders from both parties slamming each other over their response to Ginsburg's death. Republicans expect to have the votes necessary to confirm a Trump appointee. Nancy Cordes reports.
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TROPICAL STORM BETA

Tropical Storm Beta slams Texas with heavy rains, flooding

Remnants of Tropical Storm Beta are battering the Gulf Coast with torrential rains from Texas all the way to New Orleans. Janet Shamlian reports.
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BREONNA TAYLOR

Louisville under state of emergency ahead of Breonna Taylor decision

The city of Louisville, Kentucky, is under a state of emergency as it awaits a major decision in the case of Breonna Taylor's death. Jericka Duncan has the latest.
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DONALD TRUMP / JOE BIDEN

Union Members Are Supporting Donald Trump Despite Unions Endorsing Joe Biden

'Not going to change a Trumpster’s opinion'
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CINDY MCCAIN
Joe Biden Announces Cindy McCain Endorsement, Cites Alleged Trump Comments About Veterans
'My husband John lived by a code: country first. We are Republicans, yes, but Americans foremost'
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STIMULUS CHECK
Almost 9 Million Could Miss Out on Stimulus Check
Nearly 9 million Americans are at risk of missing out on a stimulus check for as much as $1,200 due to incomplete IRS and Treasury Department records, Fox Business Network reports.
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VOTER REGISTRATION
Put Away the Pamphlets: Voter Registration Day Goes Digital
Celebrities from Bob Weir to Zendaya are getting involved as voter registration drives shift to texting campaigns, livestreamed rallies and other pandemic-proof techniques.
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DONALD TRUMP
Donald Trump calls on UN to hold China responsible for Covid-19
US president focuses on Beijing in brief recorded remarks to general assembly
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