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The Department of Justice is suing Google.

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Two weeks from today, Americans finish casting votes. We are 14 days from November 3, which is Election Day, though, with so many people voting earlier by mail, it's really the climax of election season.

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This year, remember - it's not Election Day. It's election season.

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The Senate Judiciary Committee returns this morning for day two of Supreme Court confirmation hearings for Judge Amy Coney Barrett.

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A single moment symbolized last night's vice presidential debate in Salt Lake City.

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There was a moment late yesterday afternoon when stock indices appeared to fall off of a cliff.

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A tally by Johns Hopkins University says 210,000 Americans have died of coronavirus. But yesterday, one very high-profile patient returned home.

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President Trump is still hospitalized at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center.

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Back in early April as the COVID-19 pandemic ravaged New York, John J. Lennon was sure he would contract the coronavirus.

As a prisoner at Sing Sing Correctional Facility in Ossining, N.Y., social distancing was impossible, he says. Making calls on prison phones, Lennon says, meant being "chest to shoulders" with nearly two dozen inmates. "It was a death-trap situation to use the phone," he says.

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Two police officers were shot last night in Louisville.

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Up until now, the debate over the Supreme Court vacancy has been a story of process and power.

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The writer Laila Lalami is originally from Morocco. She moved to California as a grad student.

She thought when she finished school, she'd go home. But then she fell in love with — and married — an American. His parents were Cuban immigrants.

Lalami writes about what it means for her to be an American citizen in her new book, Conditional Citizens; by her definition those are citizens who are sometimes embraced by America, and sometimes rejected.

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President Trump says he'll announce his pick to replace Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg by this weekend.

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There was a lot of meaning in the laughter that Senate Leader Mitch McConnell drew last year.

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If you find yourself a little confused by Ayad Akhtar's latest novel, Homeland Elegies, that's by design.

"I wanted to find a form that would express this confusion between fact and fiction which seems to increasingly become the texture of our reality or unreality," he says.

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Attorney General William Barr's Justice Department has made a highly unusual move to protect President Trump.

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Memorial Day and the Fourth of July taught us a lesson this year.

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Election Day is two months away, and both candidates will be on the campaign trail today.

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Let's start with the facts of a shooting in Portland, Ore.

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This was the message on the first night of the Democratic National Convention.

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So this week we are expecting to hear a lot more about what is going on at the U.S. Postal Service.

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So you remember how when COVID-19 first emerged, there was a lot of talk about how maybe kids don't get the virus, or they're less likely to get it than adults?

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The United States is the first country in the world to surpass 5 million people diagnosed with COVID-19.

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Hurricane Isaias is dumping heavy rain in the Carolinas. After the hurricane landed, it was downgraded to a tropical storm.

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The coronavirus outbreak, to put it bluntly, is getting worse in this country.

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Here's what White House Coronavirus Task Force coordinator Dr. Deborah Birx told CNN yesterday.

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Disclosure is a new documentary on Netflix about the history of transgender representation in Hollywood.

"People traversing gender expectations was a part of cinema as early as 1914, there was a film that featured a sex change," says actress Laverne Cox, who is the executive producer and a prominent voice in this eye-opening documentary.

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We're going to start today by looking back. In April, you'll remember, we watched in horror as New York state set a record. It was the epicenter of the pandemic. And this was the record - 12,000 cases per day.

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People in Texas may look a little different on the streets today.

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