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President Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden are holding a final debate in Nashville. Follow live updates and analysis.
By NPR October 22, 2020 | 5:30 PM
A report published on Thursday described how many government and political domains don’t observe a security practice that makes it more difficult for attackers to run spoof email scams.
By Philip Ewing/NPR
October 22, 2020 | 4:12 PM
The vote of 12 yeas and 10 abstentions followed a day of acrimony in which Democrats sought to deny Republicans a quorum to conduct the vote.
By Alana Wise and Brian Naylor/NPR
October 22, 2020 | 10:44 AM
In an interview with “60 Minutes,” the former vice president said he envisions a bipartisan group of constitutional scholars who would after 180 days make recommendations to reform the court system.
By Sam Gringlas/NPR
October 22, 2020 | 10:38 AM
The senders posed as members of the white supremacist Proud Boys and claimed they had voter data that revealed for whom their targets voted — but that was a false flag.
By Philip Ewing/NPR
October 22, 2020 | 5:36 AM
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Federal officials have long maintained Purdue’s actions helped fuel a prescription opioid epidemic that has killed more than 232,000 Americans, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
By Brian Mann/NPR
October 21, 2020 | 12:37 PM
When the pandemic hit, most hospitals at risk were small hospitals with 25 or fewer general care beds that people in rural areas depend on for accessible health care.
By Lyle Muller, IowaWatch October 21, 2020 | 11:13 AM
Thousands of families were separated under the policy before the Trump administration ended the practice in 2018.
By Mark Katkov/NPR
October 21, 2020 | 9:42 AM
The Department of Justice has set aside $3 million in grants and established a National Response Center aimed strengthening police reforms and reducing the use of excessive force by law enforcement.
NPR October 20, 2020 | 5:30 PM
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It’s possible that Nov. 3 could come and go without a clear answer as to who the next president will be. But despite what some people may claim, that in and of itself doesn’t necessarily mean there’s a problem.
By Miles Parks/NPR
October 20, 2020 | 11:51 AM
Under the new rules, President Trump and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden will each have two minutes of uninterrupted time to speak at the beginning of every 15-minute segment of the debate.
By Alana Wise/NPR
October 20, 2020 | 7:43 AM