Russia acting against Biden; China opposes Trump, U.S. intel says

U.S. intelligence officials believe that Russia is using a variety of measures to denigrate Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden ahead of the November election and that individuals linked to the Kremlin are boosting President Donald Trump’s reelection bid

Postal Service loses $2.2 billion in 3 months as coronavirus woes persist

Financial losses are mounting at the U.S. Postal Service during the coronavirus pandemic.

Postal Service loses $2.2 billion in 3 months as coronavirus woes persist

Financial losses are mounting at the U.S. Postal Service during the coronavirus pandemic.

Last-ditch coronavirus aid talks collapse; no help for jobless now

“It was a disappointing meeting,” said top Senate Democrat Chuck Schumer, saying the White House had rejected an offer by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi to curb Democratic demands by about $1 trillion.

Last-ditch coronavirus aid talks collapse; no help for jobless now

“It was a disappointing meeting,” said top Senate Democrat Chuck Schumer, saying the White House had rejected an offer by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi to curb Democratic demands by about $1 trillion.

FDA ramps up effort to persuade public that coronavirus vaccine decisions will be based on science, not politics

Federal health officials have launched a public campaign to try to reassure Americans that regulators won't clear any vaccine that isn't vetted for safety and effectiveness.

FDA ramps up effort to persuade public that coronavirus vaccine decisions will be based on science, not politics

Federal health officials have launched a public campaign to try to reassure Americans that regulators won't clear any vaccine that isn't vetted for safety and effectiveness.
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The U.S. Postal Service, impacted by the pandemic, claims to have lost $2.2 billion in 3 months

But the new postmaster general, Louis DeJoy, disputed reports that his agency is slowing down election mail or any other mail.

Brent Scowcroft, adviser to Presidents Gerald Ford and George H.W. Bush, has died

Mr. Scowcroft was the only person to serve as national security adviser to two administrations.

Federal appeals court revives House Democrats’ lawsuit for Don McGahn’s testimony

But the court left other legal issues unresolved with time growing short in the current Congress.

The U.S. sanctions the pro-China leader of Hong Kong and other officials

The U.S. is imposing sanctions on pro-China officials in Hong Kong, including the leader of the government, for their alleged roles in squashing freedom in the former British colony.

Trump issues executive orders against TikTok parent company and WeChat, effective in 45 days

The order takes effect in 45 days and prohibits any U.S. company or person from transacting with ByteDance, TikTok's Chinese parent company.

Republicans push Kanye 2020. But will it really hurt Biden?

Kanye West’s unlikely White House bid is getting help qualifying for presidential ballots in key states from Republicans around the country, fueling suspicions he’s being pushed to run by allies of President Donald Trump hoping to siphon support away from Joe Biden

Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine tests positive for the coronavirus right before Trump visit

The Republican governor's office said he took the test as part of standard protocol before he was to meet Trump at an airport in Cleveland.

Democrats and White House negotiators search for a coronavirus relief deal as Trump threatens to take unilateral steps

Despite the weak economic conditions and the continued spread of the pandemic, a compromise looks distant after days of negotiating.

The ACLU has filed nearly 400 cases against the Trump administration

“The assault on civil liberties and civil rights is greater under this administration than any other in modern history,” said the ACLU’s president, Anthony Romero.

Facebook, Twitter penalize Trump for posts containing coronavirus misinformation

Facebook and Twitter have made it clear in recent months that they will not tolerate misinformation on the global pandemic.

Trump puts aides on tightrope with proposal for nomination acceptance speech at White House

President Donald Trump's idea to give his nomination acceptance speech from the South Lawn of the White House may be legal -- for him. But it lays out a minefield for the staff charged with putting such an event together.

Joe Biden won’t go to Milwaukee to accept the Democratic nomination because of the pandemic

“From the very beginning of this pandemic, we put the health and safety of the American people first,” said Democratic National Committee Chair Tom Perez.

Moody’s Mark Zandi says the U.S. needs to spend big and fast to avoid falling back into recession

Lawmakers should err on the side of a rescue package that is bigger than may ultimately be needed. as this may be the only window they will have to pass legislation to support the economy again until after the presidential inauguration in January. That’s a very long time while engulfed in a crisis.

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