Pelosi Says Details of Coronavirus Package Could Change After Election

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said Wednesday the coronavirus relief plan she has been discussing with the White House could morph in the lame-duck session of Congress, absent any formal agreement on its details and shifting incentives for both parties after the election.

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Progressives Ready to Push Biden Leftward ‘Immediately’

Progressives are just keeping their tongue-biting promise to help Joe Biden deliver, presenting the former vice president to their supporters, once and for all, as the last chance of demolishing Donald Trump’s stronghold on Washington.

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President Trump has kept his promise to remake the federal bench, including the Supreme Court

One of President Donald Trump’s key promises during the 2016 campaign was nominating conservative judges to the nation’s highest court. He’s delivered resoundingly on that pledge.

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Senate confirms Barrett to Supreme Court, cementing its conservative majority

A bitterly divided Senate confirmed Amy Coney Barrett as the 115th justice to the Supreme Court on Monday, elevating just the fifth woman to the court in its 231-year history and one who further cements its conservative shift — a legacy that will last even if Republicans lose power in next week’s elections.

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With a little more than a week until Election Day, Trump and Biden make closing pitches on ‘60 Minutes.’

Nine days before Election Day, President Trump and Joseph R. Biden Jr. offered sharply divergent visions for the country — including the coronavirus pandemic, the economy and foreign policy — in wide-ranging interviews on “60 Minutes.”

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Final Trump-Biden presidential debate: Top 5 moments

The final debate of the 2020 presidential election between President Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden was a much more orderly affair than the first, with heated but substantive exchanges on issues from the coronavirus to the economy.

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