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Opinion: How to vote and to make sure everyone else does too

As behavioral scientists who study how to increase election turnout, we have become quite accustomed to receiving this desperate message from friends and colleagues: "I don't live in a battleground state. How can I increase turnout?" They badly want to participate in the election, but because their vote may have little influence in determining the outcomes in their home states, they want to help drive turnout where it will make the most difference.

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Former White House residence staff 'nervous' for former colleagues

They are used to threats from the outside -- the Cuban Missile Crisis, 9/11 and constant threats to the President's safety -- but now the people who make the White House function face a threat coming from inside the executive mansion with President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump both battling Covid-19.

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Opinion: Battle-tested debate veteran Joe Biden will be tuned in Tuesday night

The much anticipated first 2020 presidential debate between President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden will undoubtedly captivate the nation. Political pundits, activists, and voters should not underestimate Biden's debate acumen. As the Democratic presidential nominee's Senate colleague for a dozen years, and as someone who has participated in Republican presidential primary debates, I know firsthand that he possesses performance skills necessary to succeed in Tuesday's debate.

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Bale completes loan move to Tottenham

Gareth Bale completed a season-long loan move from Real Madrid to Tottenham on Saturday, seven years after leaving the English Premier League club.

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Analysis: Trump gets what he wants in Big 10 football flip, but he's failing in the Midwest

President Donald Trump got his football wish: The Big 10 college football conference will begin playing in late October. Trump had been pushing for the league, which has schools in Michigan, Minnesota, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin among others, to start playing and had talks with the league. The league had previously announced a suspension of its schedule.

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Opinion: The NFL's racial justice efforts fall far short

The National Football League's efforts to recognize the enormity of this generational opportunity for racial justice, punctuated by a massive "We Believe Black Lives Matter" sign in Kansas City as the Chiefs hosted the Houston Texans in the season opener, still falls short of what this moment requires.

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Parents need respect, not resentment

As the majority of American kids head back to school remotely this fall, some parents face a new challenge. On top of the difficulty of working while providing childcare, supervising their kids' educations and trying to protect their families from a deadly virus, some must now contend with disparagement from their own colleagues.

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In tell-all book, Michael Cohen says Trump hired a 'Faux-Bama' during White House run

Before Donald Trump ever sought the Oval Office, he was preoccupied by its occupant President Barack Obama, publicly questioning his birthplace and privately describing him as "a Manchurian candidate" who obtained his Ivy League degrees only by way of affirmative action, according to a new book by Trump's former attorney, Michael Cohen.

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Opinion: To save Black lives, we need more Black doctors

The Black community has suffered the highest death rates from Covid-19, and the numbers are staggering. Black people are nearly three times more likely than White people to contract the virus, and twice as likely to die from it, according to a report from the National Urban League.

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