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Infectious disease expert issues stark warning about US

As the United States records it's highest single day total for new Covid-19 cases, infectious disease expert Michael Osterholm warns that the country will see some of the darkest days in its history until a vaccine is made widely available.

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Trump is battling a new disease: empathy envy

Perhaps more than any other political issue in this presidential campaign, President Donald Trump's empathy (or lack thereof) is on the ballot. It's at the heart of why former Vice President Joe Biden frequently reminds voters that "this election is a battle for the soul of America."

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Bernie supporter: You can't shame me into voting Democratic

Mikal Goodman and Nicole Reid live in Michigan, a swing state that Trump narrowly won in 2016. Both Goodman and Reid are diehard supporters of Bernie Sanders and are deeply unhappy with the presidential options in front of them. This one issue could affect how they vote.

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This pressing issue must come up at the last debate

On Thursday evening, Americans have one last chance to hear President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden on the same stage for 90 minutes. While neither candidate is likely to change course or depart from their stump speech, Americans deserve to hear both candidates address the pressing issue of poverty.

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2020 ballot questions: What states are voting on besides the US presidential election

Voters across the country this November will decide more than who will sit in White House. States will weigh several different issues this election, such as whether to legalize marijuana, limit access to abortion, reform voting and more. A state's full list of approved ballot questions can typically be found on its secretary of state's website.

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Biden hides his views on key issues

There's some comfort after watching former Vice President Joe Biden's Town Hall on ABC: The 17 million Americans who have already voted didn't miss a thing. It was 90 minutes of nothing new, nothing eventful, nothing earth-shattering. The truth is, no news is just fine when you are the frontrunner. When you're leading key polls by double digits with less than three weeks until the election, you don't run your mouth, you let the clock run out.

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