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Trump has appointed far more federal judges than his predecessors. Data from Heritage.org shows former President Barack Obama appointed 158 federal judges among 188 nominees, while George W. Bush and Bill Clinton both appointed 203 judges, on 239 and 221 nominees, respectively.
In all the models used, Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden was predicted to defeat President Donald Trump in both the popular vote and the Electoral College.
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The survey for Newsweek also looked at people's mask-wearing habits in other locations, including at the grocery store.
Arizona Sen. Martha McSally was 8 points behind Democratic candidate Mark Kelly in the same week he had to apologize for a racist joke.
Former Homeland Security Department chief of staff says he heard the vice president praise former aide Olivia Troye, whom he later called a "disgruntled employee" when she criticized Trump.
A storm in the early hours of Friday may help contain the wildfires as Gov. Kate Brown says: "Our firefighters are grateful for rain."
North Dakota health officials confirmed a new record for active coronavirus cases in the state on Monday, making it the highest rate of infections of any state in the country over this period.
The first volume of the former president's upcoming memoir is due to be released two weeks after election day.
Former Iranian president Ahmadinejad was also challenged by Radio Free Europe about his human rights record.
Wisconsin is a crucial battleground state—one which Trump won only narrowly in 2016—but three recent polls put Democratic presidential hopeful Joe Biden in the lead.
People who may be eligible for a payment but have yet to receive one have until October 15 to claim their stimulus check.
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