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How the U.S. Has Reacted to China’s Treatment of Uyghurs
As reports of deteriorating conditions for Uyghurs and Muslim minorities in the region of Xinjiang accumulate, U.S. lawmakers have responded this year with growing criticism, legislation and sanctions targeting China.
November 10, 2020
American Mom Who Pleaded Guilty to Terrorism Charges Sentenced to 6.5 Years
In 2015, Samantha Elhassani traveled to Syria with her family, where her husband and brother-in-law joined the Islamic State terrorist group. She was sentenced in an Indiana court today.  
November 9, 2020
As Biden Clinches Pennsylvania, Securing a Presidential Win, the Trump Campaign Promises More Litigation
Pennsylvania gave Joe Biden the 20 Electoral College votes needed to push him over 270 and secure a presidential win. The Trump campaign has indicated it plans to launch more litigation. Here's what could come next.
November 7, 2020
Awaiting Election Results, the U.S. Set a New Daily COVID Record. These 8 Films Offer Context.
Learn how we reached more than 100,000 daily new COVID cases by watching these documentaries on the pandemic.
November 5, 2020
Election Commission 'Not Aware of Any Irregularities' as Trump Campaign Calls for Wisconsin Recount
With former Vice President Joe Biden leading Wisconsin by a narrow margin, the local election commission and others respond to the Trump campaign's call for a state recount.
November 4, 2020
Trump Wants a Wisconsin Recount. If You Need a Refresher, Here's How Recounts Work.
With Joe Biden projected to win the state by a narrow margin, the Trump Campaign said it would seek a Wisconsin recount. Here's how recounts work.
November 4, 2020
As the U.S. Leaves the Paris Accord, Revisit FRONTLINE’s Recent Climate Reporting
These five projects illuminate the science, politics and impact of climate change.
November 4, 2020
They Faced a Chaotic Primary. Now Wisconsin Voters Are Trying to Make Sure Their Ballots Count
In the April primary, these Wisconsin voters faced barriers to casting their ballots. Now they’re fighting for their vote to count in the presidential election.
November 3, 2020
Students Registered. But Will They Cast Ballots? College Vote Unpredictable Heading into Election Day
Heading into Election Day, a promising bloc of young voters — students — remains unpredictable, despite high registration rates.
November 2, 2020
U.S. Supreme Court Decision Could Disenfranchise Wisconsin Voters
The U.S. Supreme Court's decision not to extend the absentee ballot deadline in Wisconsin wasn't a surprise to election officials but could disenfranchise thousands of voters in a state with nearly 300,000 absentee ballots outstanding.
October 29, 2020
COVID-19 and the Most Litigated Presidential Election in Recent U.S. History: How the Lawsuits Break Down
A FRONTLINE analysis found that more than 400 election-related cases have been filed in the U.S. this year, making 2020 the most litigated presidential election in recent U.S. history — largely due to concerns involving COVID-19.
October 28, 2020
Trump Stokes Fear in the Suburbs, but Few Low-Income Families Ever Make It There
In an effort to appeal to suburban voters, President Trump has promised to keep low-income housing out of their neighborhoods. But in the 50 years since the Fair Housing Act was passed, families with low incomes have not flooded the suburbs.
October 28, 2020
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