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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Amid escalating violence in Minneapolis after George Floyd's death, President Donald Trump criticized the city's mayor and called protesters "thugs."

There is no mention of face masks or social distancing in the letter. which are both currently the state's guidelines.

There is no mention of face masks or social distancing in the letter. which are both currently the state's guidelines.

Rev. Al Sharpton, alongside the mother of Erica Garner, Gwen Carr, addresses a crowd of mourners and activists on the corner where George Floyd died.

Press secretary Kayleigh McEnany outlines why President Trump found it necessary to issue an executive order for Twitter to not fact-check his tweets.

Majorities on both sides of the aisle say they're somewhat or very concerned about the pandemic. But the partisan split over that concern mirrors political leadership.

Justice Clarence Thomas, a conservative, and Justice Sonia Sotomayor, a liberal, have both criticized the doctrine of "qualified immunity."

Majorities on both sides of the aisle say they're somewhat or very concerned about the pandemic. But the partisan split over that concern mirrors political leadership.

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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.

In perilous times: Americans are now inclined to support impeaching President Trump and removing him from office, a USA TODAY/Ipsos Poll finds.

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.

State Rep. Candice Keller blamed mass shootings on 'drag queen advocates,' 'homosexual marriage,' open borders and even former president Barack Obama.

Two top Democrats launched a probe into Inspector General Steve Linick's firing and said it was done to shield Pompeo from an internal investigation.

Daniel Cameron defeated Stumbo to become Kentucky's first African American attorney general and the second African American to hold statewide elected office.

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.

Yang has honed in on a message of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, touted a universal basic income and boasted about his ability to reach disaffected voters.

Rick Perry said nothing in the universe is accidental and that God "is still very active in the details of the day-to-day lives of government."

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