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China targeting U.S. election infrastructure -O'Brien
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Pelosi, Mnuchin signal openness to resume aid talks
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US Stocks Decline, Stimulus Negotiations Heat Up
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Still no dice: Dems, GOP fail on aid deal
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Still no dice: Dems, GOP stall on aid deal
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A 'disappointing' meeting: No deal in COVID-19 talks
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Both sides 'far apart' on coronavirus aid talks
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GOP fears Trump attacks on mail voting may backfire
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Donald Trump: Joe Biden is against God and against guns
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Activist Cori Bush Ousts 20-Year US Representative Clay in Missouri
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Joe Biden to Accept Democratic Presidential Nomination in Delaware
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Biden unveils $280 mln campaign advertising blitz
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Kobach loses U.S. Senate seat in Kansas primary
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Pandemic Pummels Probability Of POTUS Beating Biden
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Fauci hopeful for vaccine by end of year into 2021
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Republicans, Democrats doubt fair election –poll
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Portland has night without tear gas as feds withdraw
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Deep divide on aid bill, jobless benefit nears end
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Joe Biden Shortens His Potential VP List
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Donald Trump suggests delay in polls, cites mail-in voting 'fraud' l Key details
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Donald Trump walks back election ‘delay’ amid backlash
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U.S., Oregon agree to withdraw agents in Portland
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U.S. lawmakers accuse Big Tech of crushing rivals
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