By Thomas Beaumont, Associated Press
Trump’s standing with white, working-class voters has proven resilient through federal investigations, impeachment and countless episodes of chaotic governing.
Tune in at 6 p.m. for continuing coverage throughout debate night, including a live digital pre-show at 8 p.m. and post-debate analysis.
By PBS NewsHour
Polls show that Georgia, which President Trump won by nearly five points in 2016, has emerged as a hotly contested state with Biden and Trump battling it out for the Black vote. Meanwhile, officials are recruiting thousands of tech savvy…
By Jeff Greenfield
On Tuesday, President Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden will face-off in the first presidential debate, which is being billed as a potential “game changer.” Special Correspondent Jeff Greenfield looks at the history of presidential debates and tells us…
By Ivette Feliciano
In the last four years, Puerto Rico’s billion dollar debt crisis, devastation caused by hurricanes, earthquakes, and the mass exodus of half a million to the mainland, have all thrown the territory’s relationship to the U.S. in the national spotlight.
By Zeke Miller, Steve Peoples, Associated Press
Ahead of the first debate-stage matchup between President Donald Trump and his Democratic challenger Joe Biden, each campaign is promising a stark contrast in policy, personality and preparation.
By Daniel Bush
MILWAUKEE — As Washington readies for a bruising Supreme Court nomination battle just weeks before the election, Jamie Kyser is following the news with a growing sense of alarm. If Senate Republicans fill Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s seat, Kyser, a…
This November, Illinois will be going to the polls for the presidential, Senate and other local races, resulting in several competing ideologies on both sides of the political divide. At the national level, urban voters, especially in Chicago support Biden…
President Trump announced he intends to nominate a woman for Justice Ginsburg’s seat and several Republican Senators, who in 2016 opposed filling a SCOTUS seat in an election year, are supporting a vote. The contentious issue of the SCOTUS seat,…
By Mark Sherman, Associated Press
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s death has left the Supreme Court shorthanded during a polarizing presidential campaign in which President Donald Trump has already suggested he may not accept the outcome and the court could be called on to step in…
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