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Experts say Covid-19 cases are likely about to surge

America keeps making the same mistakes over and over. So another surge of coronavirus cases seems likely.

Who is Amy Coney Barrett, Trump’s nominee to the Supreme Court?

The federal appellate judge is a favorite of the religious right.

What people get wrong about herd immunity, explained by epidemiologists

There are two ways to reach herd immunity for Covid-19: the slow way, and the catastrophic way.

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That's how much "billionaire" President Trump paid in federal income taxes his first year in office, according to reporting from the New York Times.

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Sen. Lindsey Graham lays out a swift schedule for confirming Trump’s Supreme Court nominee

Joe Biden maintains a steady lead over Donald Trump in national polling

Another top Democrat signals openness to abolishing the filibuster

Poll: Half of Americans who lost their job during the pandemic still don’t have one

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The Trump administration is challenging a court ruling that prevents it from ending the census early

Trump says he won’t commit to leaving office if he loses the election because of a “ballot scam”

Demand grows for Kentucky AG to release the grand jury report in the Breonna Taylor case

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Tech and our democracy are more connected than ever before.

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