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Poll: 36 percent of Americans less likely to take coronavirus vaccine if Trump says it's safe

By Caitlin McFall

A new Reuters/Ipsos poll showed that a quarter of Americans have “little to no interest” in taking a coronavirus vaccine and are skeptical that the safety of the vaccine could be compromised based on the rate of which vaccines are being developed amid the outbreak.

How Cubans Lost Faith in Revolution

By Anthony DePalma

In this election year, the key for American politicians to understanding Cuba’s politics is understanding its people and the promises of a better life that were not kept.

How the Trump Effect Could Lift Democratic Senate Candidates

By Giovanni Russonello

Republican incumbents in swing states have struggled to disentangle themselves from President Trump, whose voters are loyal but represent a minority of the electorate.

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White House Worries About Kelly Loeffler’s Senate Prospects in Georgia

By Maggie Haberman, Jonathan Martin and Nicholas Fandos

President Trump, concerned about his own outlook in the state, plans to stay on the sideline in a race where he favored a different choice for senator.

Former Ukrainian president in another round of questioning amid β€˜geopolitical’ leaks

By Vlagyiszlav Makszimov

Former Ukrainian president Petro Poroshenko, now a lawmaker, has been called in for "urgent questioning" by the State Bureau of Investigation (SBI) in a case involving the smuggling of 43 valuable paintings out of Ukraine, the state's investigation service agency said on Friday (22 May).

Burundi Turns Out to Replace President of 15 Years, Pandemic or No

By Abdi Latif Dahir

The campaign has been marred by violence against the political opposition and a disregard of measures to protect the public from the coronavirus.

Emulating Democrats, G.O.P. Ties House Hopes to Diverse Recruits

By Catie Edmondson

“We need candidates other than boring old white people”: House Republicans are betting on a group of diverse candidates with compelling biographies to help them reclaim lost seats.

Barr Dismisses Trump’s Claim That Russia Inquiry Was an Obama Plot

By Katie Benner and Adam Goldman

The attorney general said that an investigation into the Russia inquiry was focusing on others, not the former president.

Take Some Deep Breaths and Prepare to Wait for Election Results

By Ellen L. Weintraub and Kevin M. Kruse

It will enhance the legitimacy of the election if we take the time for an accurate count

California’s Warning Signs for Democrats

By Miriam Pawel

The party needs to figure out how to adapt to post-coronavirus politics to hold on to the seats that it flipped in 2018.