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Rudy Giuliani turns over alleged Hunter Biden laptop to authorities in Delaware

“They’ve got a hard drive, or a laptop, or something to that effect. They try to turn it over to New Castle County PD. New Castle County PD calls us,” said Mat Marshall, a spokesman for Delaware Attorney General Kathy Jennings.

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Here's what to know about the Joe Biden, Donald Trump competing town halls tonight

Trump quickly swatted down the idea of participating in a virtual debate, and his campaign later asked that the second and third debates be pushed back a week. The commission declined to change the dates, and said that they would not hold a town hall debate with just one candidate. The debate was officially cancelled on Friday.

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These 6 swing states are pivotal in the White House race. But what are the keys to winning each state?

Six states above all others have emerged as the top electoral prizes in the 2020 race for president. 

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Americans have 'conflicting' feelings about President Trump's COVID diagnosis

It's been four days since the world learned President Donald Trump contracted COVID-19, and many Americans still don't know what to feel, who to trust and what exactly to hope for.

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White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany tests positive for COVID

White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany tested positive for coronavirus, she disclosed Monday, the latest high-profile official in President Donald Trump's immediate orbit to do so.  

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Former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie checks into hospital after testing positive for COVID-19

Former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, who tested positive for COVID-19, checked himself into a hospital Saturday, he said in a tweet.

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Trump reports feeling better, but here's why the next few days are 'the real test' in his COVID-19 battle

President Donald Trump's battle with COVID-19 will come to a critical turning point in the next few days as the disease tests his immune system.

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Trump boasts at Pennsylvania rally that Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett will defend 'God-given rights'

WASHINGTON — Fresh from announcing his third pick to the Supreme Court, President Donald Trump lauded nominee Amy Coney Barrett as “a brilliant legal mind” and promised supporters in Pennsylvania late Saturday that she would defend “your God-given rights and freedoms.”

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Here are the prominent Republicans not supporting Trump, and those who are supporting Biden

WASHINGTON – Dozens of prominent Republicans have publicly endorsed or shown support for former vice president and Democratic nominee Joe Biden instead of their party's incumbent, President Donald Trump.

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Michael Jordan, Denny Hamlin form new NASCAR team, hire Bubba Wallace as driver

"Growing up in North Carolina, my parents would take my brothers, sisters and me to races, and I've been a NASCAR fan my whole life," Jordan said. "The opportunity to own my own racing team in partnership with my friend, Denny Hamlin, and to have Bubba Wallace driving for us, is very exciting for me." 

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RNC Night 3 takeaways: Pence calls Biden a 'Trojan horse' for the radical left, Kellyanne Conway touts Trump's record

Republicans spent the third night of their convention promoting their law-and-order agenda and trying to appeal to women voters whom President Donald Trump will need to win reelection.

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Has the nation made progress since George Floyd's death? Activists say more must be done

Chivona Newsome remembers the lonely Black Lives Matter protests for Eric Garner in 2015 attended by only a dozen or so people. She spent five years pleading for lawmakers in New York to ban police chokeholds to no avail after the 43-year-old father of six was killed while being arrested for allegedly selling cigarettes. 

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The setting was the message: For Democrats, a stark convention for a stark moment

The four-day convention, recast on the fly as a virtual enterprise when COVID-19 made the traditional version impossible, ended up reinforcing the party's fundamental message: A stark moment for the nation demands a somber response. Even at the most celebratory moment, as Joe and Jill Biden gazed up at a concluding spray of fireworks, they wore masks.

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