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Where does Kamala Harris’s toughness come from? The two indomitable women who raised her.

Where does Kamala Harris’s toughness come from? The two indomitable women who raised her.Kamala Harris's early years in a working-class African-American neighborhood shaped the life of the future senator and vice presidential candidate.


You don't need the U.S. Postal Service to deliver your mail-in ballot

You don't need the U.S. Postal Service to deliver your mail-in ballotMany American voters are caught between competing concerns regarding the fall presidential election, as they weigh fears about the public health risks of voting in person against growing alarm about the ability of the U.S. Postal Service to deliver a mail-in ballot on time.


'Everything is on the line': Kamala Harris talks about voting, warns of 'irreversible' damage from Trump in 1st campaign interview

'Everything is on the line': Kamala Harris talks about voting, warns of 'irreversible' damage from Trump in 1st campaign interviewVice presidential candidate Kamala Harris spoke about what she and Joe Biden want to accomplish and what it would mean for the country to have a female vice president for the first time.


Passing the torch? With backing from AOC, Ed Markey tries to hold on in Senate primary with Joe Kennedy

Passing the torch? With backing from AOC, Ed Markey tries to hold on in Senate primary with Joe KennedyMassachusetts Sen. Ed Markey, the incumbent, is in a tight race against 39-year-old Rep. Joseph Kennedy III as he attempts to hold on to his seat in the Sept. 1 Democratic primary.


Democrats fear long lines, poll worker shortages for November election

Democrats fear long lines, poll worker shortages for November electionHouse Democratic leaders on Friday sent a letter to election officials in four swing states expressing concern about potential problems in November’s election.


After two women were killed on different U.S. bases, the military reluctantly faces its own #MeToo moment

After two women were killed on different U.S. bases, the military reluctantly faces its own #MeToo momentIn 2019, the Defense Department’s annual report on sexual assault revealed there were 7,825 sexual assault reports involving service members as victims or subjects. This is a 3 percent increase over 2018. Also up by 17 percent, with 2,126 reports, was the number of victims who confidentially disclosed an assault without pursuing an official investigation.


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