Joe Biden revealed on Tuesday that he will run for president alongside Kamala Harris. Biden called the senator from California "one of the country’s finest public servants" in a post on Twitter, but what does the announcement mean for his campaign and the Democratic party? As the November election comes into focus, here's some analysis of the news as well as a look at where Harris stands on the issues.
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Dr. Anthony Fauci "seriously doubts" Russia's COVID-19 vaccine is ready for widespread use. Texas passes 500,000 confirmed cases. What's going on with those coronavirus contact tracing apps? As labs are pushed to their limits testing for the virus, will they be ready for the fall? Plus, a look at the mental and neurological effects that could linger long after a COVID-19 infection.
(CNN) — President Donald Trump on Tuesday expanded his mail-in voting message, encouraging North Carolina supporters to vote absentee even as he continued to assail vote-by-mail. "We're going on to win
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Media mogul Sumner Redstone dies at age 97, lawmakers remain deadlocked on the next coronavirus relief deal and Stein Mart files for bankruptcy. Keep reading for a look at the top financial headlines on Aug. 12, 2020. Sign up below for the "Fox Business Breaking News Alerts" newsletter for the latest headlines.
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"Now, I can already hear the whining and just so you know I did not make this decision easily," Marion County Sheriff Billy Woods said in a memo to staff. A Florida sheriff barred deputies from wearing