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Today β€” September 18th 2020Your RSS feeds

Polls: Coronavirus Pulls Down Trump and GOP Senators Suffer

By Alexander Burns and Matt Stevens

A New York Times/Siena College survey showed Joe Biden leading President Trump by wide margins in Maine and Arizona, and effectively tied in North Carolina. Susan Collins trailed her Democratic rival in Maine’s Senate race.

Virus Pulls Down Trump, Poll Shows, and G.O.P. Senators Suffer With Him

By Alexander Burns and Matt Stevens

A New York Times/Siena College survey showed Joe Biden leading President Trump by wide margins in Maine and Arizona, and effectively tied in North Carolina. Susan Collins trailed her Democratic rival in Maine’s Senate race.

For Trump, It’s Not the United States, It’s Red and Blue States

By Peter Baker

A statement by President Trump this week was an insight into how he views the country as composed of parts that either are for him or against him.

Yesterday β€” September 17th 2020Your RSS feeds

U.S. Official Visits Taiwan Amid Rising Tensions With China

By Amy Qin

The trip by Keith Krach, an economic representative, defies Beijing’s opposition to formal exchanges. China sent two anti-submarine aircraft toward the island in response.

Senate Democrats Present $350 Billion Strategy to Counter China

By Catie Edmondson

Democrats rolled out sprawling legislation that proposes substantial new funding over a decade in a bid to reinvest in the nation’s economy and challenge Beijing.

What Happened Inside Ed Buck’s Apartment?

By Jesse Barron

Two men died of meth overdoses at the home of a West Hollywood political donor. Dark conspiracy theories abounded— but the truth is even darker.

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Those Biden β€˜Gaffes’? Some Key Voters Actually Like Them

By Stephanie Muravchik and Jon A. Shields

Some of the working-class voters Biden must appeal to are sometimes enthralled by President Trump’s transgressions.

A Tight Trump-Biden Race in Florida: Here’s the State of Play

By Jonathan Martin and Patricia Mazzei

Elections in Florida are won by running up margins in favorable terrain while losing more closely in hostile precincts. Joseph Biden visits the state on Tuesday for the first time since claiming the nomination.

Yoshihide Suga On Track to Succeed Shinzo Abe as Japanese Leader

By Ben Dooley and Makiko Inoue

In an emergency vote restricted to members of Parliament and select delegates, the governing party overwhelmingly backed the leading symbol of continuity from Shinzo Abe’s premiership.

Yoshihide Suga Set to Become Japan's Next Prime Minister

By Motoko Rich and Makiko Inoue

Mr. Suga’s years as a shadow power in Japanese politics have made him a bit of a cipher. But his decisive victory in a party election demonstrated his formidable political skills.

Bloomberg Says He’ll Spend $100 Million in Florida to Help Biden

By Rebecca R. Ruiz

The move came as polls show a tight race in Florida, and after criticism that the New York billionaire had not delivered on his promise to put his fortune behind defeating President Trump.

Sanders Urging Biden to Do More to Excite Progressives

By Sydney Ember

Bernie Sanders has been sounding more direct notes of caution to the Biden campaign, saying the centrist former vice president should work harder to appeal to young voters and Latinos.

Targeting Conservative Terrain, Democrats Look to Independent Challengers in Alaska

By Carl Hulse

The bids of two congressional candidates are shaping up as crucial tests of whether a centrist label can overcome resistance to Democrats in a conservative-leaning state.

A Big Florida Poll, Nevada Tightens, Trump on Defense: This Week in the 2020 Race

By Annie Karni and Astead W. Herndon

As new polling continues to give clues toward the states in play for the presidential campaign, President Trump was once again at the center of two story lines that consumed the news.

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