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What I learned helping Reagan prepare for the 1980 presidential debates

Millions of Americans are now anxiously awaiting September 29, when President Donald Trump and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden square off in their first presidential debate. It could be pivotal for either side. And if history is any indication, the outcome may be decided well before the evening even starts.

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Political money flows as both parties gear up for court fight

The death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg set off a wave of political fundraising on Saturday, leading both Democrats and Republicans to ready tens of millions in spending ahead of the fight to replace the late Supreme Court justice.

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Why I confronted Trump at the town hall in Philadelphia

There are millions of people across the globe just like me. People beaten down by diseases we didn't ask for; diseases we were born with, or acquired. We are people who must face them on a daily basis, and for the rest of our lives, and for which we are minimized and ignored.

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Ex-Pence aide slams Trump in video

• Live updates: Global Covid-19 cases pass 30 million • Watch Troye's scathing verdict about Trump • Analysis: Senate GOPers' response to Trump isn't good enough

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The best Indian food in the United States? It's in New Jersey

In a normal year, more than 60 million visitors will flock to the Big Apple. If they're craving Indian cuisine they are likely to end up in the eminent enclaves of Queens' Jackson Heights or an area on Manhattan's East Side known affectionately as Curry Hill.

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Breonna Taylor settlement is not close to justice

On Tuesday, the City of Louisville, Kentucky, finally settled a wrongful death lawsuit in the killing of Breonna Taylor, a 26-year-old EMT shot dead in her own house by police officers who entered on a no-knock warrant. The settlement is for $12 million, every penny of which Taylor's family deserves, and not a single cent of which will bring her back.

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Opinion: A Joe Rogan debate between Trump and Biden is just what we need

It was 60 years ago when tens of millions of Americans turned on the television or radio to see Sen. John F. Kennedy face off with Vice President Nixon in the nation's first televised presidential debate. The assessment was that Kennedy won by looking "tan and fit," while Nixon looked "like death warmed over."

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