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Courtney Vinopal is a general assignment reporter at the PBS NewsHour.
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Arts Dec 02‘Severance’ is our December book club pick
Our December 2020 pick for Now Read This, the PBS NewsHour’s book club with The New York Times, is Ling Ma’s "Severance."…
Arts Nov 30In writing her first novel, this poet turned to her high school journal
A poem taken from Elizabeth Acevedo's high school journal served as the “North Star” for her debut novel's voice.
Politics Nov 19WATCH: Senators hear update on early outpatient treatment for COVID-19
The Senate Homeland Security and Government Affairs committee is holding a hearing Nov. 19 on early outpatient treatment for COVID-19, the disease caused by the novel coronavirus.
Health Nov 18On Thanksgiving gatherings, public health officials say ‘don’t do it’
An overwhelming surge of the coronavirus is afflicting the United States at the very moment that extended families are considering if, and how, they can gather for the holidays. Public health experts have three words for you: “don’t do it.”…
Politics Nov 10What the Trump campaign’s legal fights could mean for this election and overall public trust
The Trump campaign has continued to file lawsuits to challenge the outcome of the presidential election despite little evidence of widespread fraud. Here's a look at where those efforts stand now.
Arts Nov 10How poetry helped Elizabeth Acevedo know when to stop writing
Our November 2020 pick for Now Read This, the PBS NewsHour’s book club with The New York Times, is Elizabeth Acevedo’s “The Poet X."…
Politics Nov 04How Mexican American voters helped turn Arizona blue
Biden flipped the state of Arizona blue for the first time in decades, boosted in part by a large share of votes cast by Mexican Americans, according to AP’s VoteCast survey.
Politics Nov 04Trump holds onto Ohio but loses suburban support
President Donald Trump kept the state of Ohio in his reelection bid, but narrowly lost the suburban vote to former Vice President Joe Biden, according to preliminary data from the Associated Press’ VoteCast survey.
Politics Nov 04Trump takes Florida with support from white and Cuban American voters
President Donald Trump won the state of Florida with support from a majority of voters -- 55 percent -- aged 45 and over, according to preliminary data from AP’s VoteCast survey.
Politics Nov 04North Carolina voters applaud Cooper’s coronavirus response, giving him another term
In preliminary data, 62 percent of voters surveyed by AP VoteCast said they approved of the way the governor had handled the pandemic, and among those who approved of his handling of COVID-19, 81 percent voted for him.