Opinion | Looking for a single responsible Republican in the Senate

It is premature for Chairman Graham to commit to a hearing schedule when we do not know the full extent of potential exposure stemming from the president’s infection and before the White House puts in place a contact tracing plan to prevent further spread of the disease.

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Kamala Harris Goes Beyond the White Pantsuit

Kamala Harris officially accepting her party’s nomination for vice president, followed the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment and women’s right to vote (or rather, some women’s right to vote) was both fitting and significant, given that it was an evening filled with strong female voices, including former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, Speaker Nancy Pelosi, former Representative Gabby Giffords and Senator Elizabeth Warren.

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DNC schedule, speakers and key themes on Tuesday

Democrats, in a moment of official business during a convention that has otherwise been more of a television show, will also hold their reimagined roll call vote on Tuesday, with party members appearing on video from each of the 57 states and territories to officially announce the delegates Biden and other Democrats received from their primary or caucus.

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Trump Threatens to Bypass Congress as Stimulus Talks Fail Again

Crisis negotiations between the White House and top Democrats teetered on the brink of collapse on Friday, as both sides said they remained deeply divided on an economic recovery package and President Trump threatened to bypass Congress and act on his own to provide relief if no deal could be reached.

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