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Congress is divided over whether the next coronavirus relief bill should fund cities and states reeling from the economic impact of the pandemic. Democrats and some Republicans cite governors and mayors who say aid is needed to stave off additional…
The Minnesota trip marks the vice president’s fourth public appearance outside Washington since the World Health Organization officially declared the pandemic — his previous three trips were to other states key to Trump’s re-election: Colorado, Wisconsin and Virginia.
Low-income Americans are bearing the brunt of COVID-19. Detroit, a city already facing steep economic and racial inequalities, has emerged as a virus hot spot. John Yang reports and talks to the United Way for Southeastern Michigan's Darienne Hudson about…
As federal law enforcement and intelligence agencies issued a new warning Monday about attempts by foreign actors to influence American elections, many North Carolinians are already concerned about the security and integrity of their ballots. The state dealt with a…
Tom Steyer, qualified for the 10th Democratic debate after increasing his poll numbers in South Carolina, told the PBS NewsHour that attacks against Michael Bloomberg over the nondisclosure agreements are a distraction.
“It's so important for us to broaden that base in order to win. And in order to deserve to win,” Buttigieg told the PBS NewsHour in an interview.
After attending an African-American Baptist church in North Charleston on Sunday morning, Biden told the PBS NewsHour in an interview that he’s confident his support in South Carolina will hold, especially among African-Americans who make up 60 percent of the…
President Donald Trump’s legal team hopes to convince Republican senators to vote against having witnesses testify as part of the Senate impeachment trial.
In his closing remarks of the House managers’ three-day presentation on Friday, Rep. Adam Schiff urged senators to vote for additional witnesses and then allow John Roberts to issue a ruling if the president were to claim executive privilege.
President Donald Trump's legal team rejected the House of Representatives' impeachment charges as "flimsy."…
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