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Donald Trump: Joe Biden is against God and against guns
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Ohio governor tests positive for COVID-19
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Gov. Mike DeWine of Ohio Tests Positive for CoronavirusThe governor, who has been a leading voice among Republicans in warning of the dangers of the virus, tested positive while being screened to greet President..
Feds raid offices of company tied to Ukrainian oligarchThe offices belong to Optima Management Group, a real estate company headquartered in Cleveland.
'Thirty miles a day': They're walking 750 miles to arrive in DC on 57th anniversary of MLK's 'I Have A Dream' speechThe march, which hopes to bring awareness to racial inequity and police brutality, began Tuesday in Milwaukee with about 20 people.
Trump considers giving acceptance speech from White House, raising legal questionsDemocrats and Republicans are still making major changes to their national convention plans due to the coronavirus. Joe Biden will no longer travel to Milwaukee..
Biden announces shake-up to convention as President Trump mulls moving speech to White HouseJoe Biden's campaign said Wednesday the former vice president will now accept the Democratic nomination in his home state of Delaware, instead of Milwaukee,..
Joe Biden to Accept Democratic Presidential Nomination in Delaware
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Biden won't be traveling to Milwaukee for convention"I think it's the right thing to do," Biden said Wednesday. "I've wanted to set an example as to how we should respond individually to this crisis."
Homeland Security Chief Defends Deployments in PortlandChad F. Wolf, the agency’s acting secretary, told a Senate committee that tactical agents would remain in Oregon until the local police proved they could..
Health experts warn U.S. cities of 'trouble ahead'
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DHS Wolf defends the federal agents in PortlandActing Secretary of Homeland Security Chad Wolf is on Capitol Hill defending the presence of federal agents in Portland, Oregon. (Aug. 6)
U.S. federal troops 'abandoned' by Portland officials: DHS
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