USA TODAY 2016

USA TODAY 2016


USA TODAY Network coverage of the road to Election Day. Tweets by @katiesmithnews & USA TODAY politics staff.

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Trump addressed the North Carolina Republican Party amid investigations and questions about his political future.

Chipman said he'd enforce the laws on the books pertaining to gun violence, if confirmed.

Jody Tagaris, 67, is charged with four federal misdemeanors. She was a Republican activist in Palm Beach.

Sens. Tammy Duckworth and Joni Ernst and Reps. Kinzinger, Crenshaw and Crow are among politicians who served in combat with Memorial Day messages.

For 100 years, the Tulsa race massacre went largely ignored by sitting U.S. presidents, until now, as Joe Biden grapples with US racial tension.

Texas Democrats left to prevent a vote on an election bill, so Gov. Greg Abbott said he would veto funding in the state budget for lawmaker salaries.

A USA TODAY investigation last year could not find faculty or students at Reagan National University, which was approved by a DeVos-sanctioned group.

Women who work full time, year-round are paid, on average, about 82 cents for every dollar paid to men, a gap of $10,157 per year, advocates say.

Netanyahu's ties to US evangelicals burst into view after a controversial American pastor tried to derail efforts to oust the Israeli prime minister.

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The bill provides about $75B for hospitals, $25B for testing and $60B for emergency loans/grants. The Senate approved the bill Tues.; Trump says he will sign it.

Biden will order the federal government to expand access to voter registration and election information, among other directives.

Merrick Garland: Yes, I think discrimination is morally wrong. Absolutely. Sen. Tom Cotton: Are you aware President Biden has signed an executive order stating his administration will affirmatively advance racial equity, not racial equality but racial equity?

Trump's tweet about a controversial housing rule drew fire from critics who said he was trying to appeal to suburban voters through racial prejudice.

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It didn't take long for the Joe Biden campaign to respond with a tweet showing the scene in which rebel Luke Skywalker destroys the Death Star.

Rep. Doug Collins was accused of "celebrating" Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg's death in his post.

Andrew Yang's policies like universal basic income would do more to address income inequality than any idea he's seen, Dave Chappelle said in Iowa.

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