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Trump needs to shake up his campaign as he meets Biden in debate

President Donald Trump enters the final presidential debate on Thursday in need of a major shakeup that will change the trajectory of the race as he trails Joe Biden in both national polls and key swing states that will determine whether he has a path to victory in the Electoral College.

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Should you upgrade? Read our iPhone 12 review

Deciding whether — or when — to upgrade your smartphone is hard. Besides some attempts at swanky foldable phones, the look of smartphones hasn't changed much in recent years. Most improvements, while technologically impressive, mostly feel minor to the average consumer. But Apple's latest iPhone lineup has analysts predicting tons of upgrades.

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Decision on subpoena for Trump tax returns now in hands of Supreme Court

With just over two weeks until the presidential election, a decision on whether to further delay handing over President Donald Trump's financial records to New York prosecutors now rests with the Supreme Court after Trump's attorneys filed a reply brief Monday to argue for a stay of the "unprecedented" document request.

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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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Analysis: This is Joe Biden's best electoral path

A big question heading into this cycle was whether Democrats' best path to winning back the White House ran through the Sunbelt or the Great Lakes (i.e. Rust Belt). While we won't know for certain which pathway was best for them until the votes are actually counted, the current data shows a pretty clear divide.

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US probes whether emails are tied to Russian disinformation effort targeting Biden

US authorities are investigating whether recently published emails that purport to detail the business dealings of Joe Biden's son in Ukraine and China are connected to an ongoing Russian disinformation effort targeting the former vice president's campaign, a US official and a congressional source briefed on the matter said.

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Van Jones gave this Joe Biden answer a D-

Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden would not answer whether he supports expanding the number of Supreme Court justices, but said he would answer before election day.

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Feds chased suspected foreign link to Trump's 2016 campaign cash for 3 years

For more than three years, federal prosecutors investigated whether money flowing through an Egyptian state-owned bank could have backed millions of dollars Donald Trump donated to his own campaign days before he won the 2016 election, multiple sources familiar with the investigation told CNN. CNN's Evan Perez reports.

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The Pence question Harris wouldn't answer

Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA) ducked Vice President Mike Pence's question about whether a Biden administration would seek to add seats to the Supreme Court if the Trump administration pushes through the nomination of Amy Coney Barrett to replace former Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

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The 10 House districts most likely to flip

The fight for the House isn't so much about who will control the chamber; it's about how many seats Democrats will pick up and whether they can expand their majority.

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The most important man in DC may not be Trump or Biden

President Trump or Joe Biden will need to make an incredibly important decision sometime in 2021 that will help determine whether the economy can continue to recover from the Covid-19 pandemic. They need to decide whether or not to reappoint Federal Reserve chairman Jerome Powell.

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