President Trump / Joe Biden

President Trump says he had a 15 minute "friendly" conversation today with Joe Biden: “He gave me his point of view. It was a friendly conversation... it was really really good.”

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Minnesota attorney general says black Minnesotans have reason to fear local police

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New WaPo/ABC poll asks if the candidate has "the mental sharpness it takes to serve effectively as president"? Biden = too old and doddering is a key Trump message. But 52% of voters say Trump lacks "sharpness," compared to 43% who say so of Biden.

In the market for research on some of the interplay between politics, demographics, and policing issues: Do majority-black cities see different policing outcomes? Does it make a difference if the city has a lot of black officers? Do black mayors matter? Black police chiefs?

One cannot hold the World Trade Organization accountable for how technological advancements have reduced the share of manufacturing jobs in the United States and use that as a reason to withdraw, @philipilevy  and @ChadBown  write.

Dealing w/a devastated economy & the worst unemployment crisis in history, the U.S. govt is quietly spending $23M on “culturally & linguistically diverse” COVID-19 outreach & education in racial & ethnic minority and disadvantaged communities. Read:

Twin Sisters Get Accepted In 38 Colleges And Awarded More Than $1,000,000 In Scholarships

60 million: the number of Nigerians, a third of the population, who have to leave home to get clean drinking water. #COVID19  restrictions make it very hard to keep safe sanitation and hygiene standards.

"For the very first time, we are going to have 12 million more young voters potentially than Baby Boomers. Who is that candidate that speaks to their truth, to their experience, & to the economic and social injustices that they have basically grown up ... with? " @MariaTeresa1 

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China’s new national security law bans secession, terrorism, and “foreign interference,” essentially making Hong Kong just like mainland China, where criticism against the government and the Chinese Communist Party is forbidden.

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