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Campaign Volunteers In North Carolina Push To Turn Out More Voters
10/29/2020 7:49 PM
The presidential race is a toss-up in North Carolina, a state President Trump won with less than 50% of the vote in 2016. Supporters of Trump and Joe Biden are working hard to turn out more voters.
GOP Election Lawyer On Voting Legal Battles
10/29/2020 7:49 PM
NPR's Mary Louise Kelly talks with Ben Ginsberg, a top Republican election lawyer, about Supreme Court rulings that blocked an attempt to challenge ballot deadlines in two swing states.
How Louisiana's Jefferson Parish Is Doing After Hurricane Zeta
10/29/2020 7:49 PM
NPR's Ari Shapiro talks with Cynthia Lee Sheng, president of Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, about Hurricane Zeta's damage to her parish.
North Carolina And Virginia Voters Share Their Thoughts On Trump's 1st Term
10/29/2020 7:49 PM
At the end of President Trump's first term, NPR revisits people it talked with before his inauguration. He confirmed the worst fears of some and the greatest hopes of others.
What Might Happen To U.S.-Brazil Relations Under A President Biden
10/29/2020 7:49 PM
Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro has been called the Trump of the Tropics. His environmental and other policies are expected to face closer scrutiny if Joe Biden is elected the next president.
Black And Latino Voters Flooded With Disinformation In Final Days Before Election
10/29/2020 7:49 PM
In 2016, Black voters were the top target of foreign disinformation campaigns. In 2020, there are both foreign and domestic efforts to dissuade Black and Latino voters from casting ballots.
What It's Like To Be A Conservative Gen Z Voter In California
10/29/2020 7:49 PM
NPR's Ailsa Chang talks with two conservative members of Generation Z in California about how it feels to have conservative political views in an overwhelmingly blue state.
Michigan Gun Rights Advocates Push For The Right To Carry Weapons At Polling Places
10/29/2020 7:49 PM
Michigan open-carry advocates are challenging state officials' ban on bringing weapons into the polls next week, as some voters and poll workers fear intimidation.
U.S. Economy Grew At A Record Pace In Third Quarter
10/29/2020 7:49 PM
The U.S. economy rebounded sharply during the last three months, growing at a record quarterly pace of 7.4%. However, the economy has not yet recovered from the damage done by the pandemic.
Democratic Lawmakers Denounce DHS 'Ad Hoc' Migrant Deportations In Guatemala
10/29/2020 7:24 PM
Democratic lawmakers are demanding more information from the Trump administration about U.S. agents working in Guatemala to round up Honduran migrants and send them to the Guatemala-Honduras border.
Amid COVID Upswing, El Paso Doctor Says ICU Is 'Surreal' And 'Strange'
10/29/2020 7:00 PM
Dr. Ogechika Alozie, the chief medical officer of the Del Sol Medical Center in El Paso, Texas, talks about how the city is handling the surge in COVID-19 cases.
Philadelphia Police Vow To Release Body Camera Footage In Walter Wallace Shooting
10/29/2020 5:27 PM
The police commissioner said the officers' body camera footage and 911 tapes would be released once Walter Wallace's family has reviewed the materials. The Fraternal Order of Police supports the move.
As Election Day Nears, Battleground States Are In Play
10/29/2020 11:17 AM
Five days before the end of voting, we have a status report on Pennsylvania, Michigan and Wisconsin. Those three states flipped to Donald Trump in 2016.
Texas County Imposes Curfew To Stem Spike In Coronavirus Cases
10/29/2020 9:10 AM
NPR's David Greene talks to Dr. Ogechika Alozie, chief medical officer of the Del Sol Medical Center in El Paso, Texas, about the surge. Alozie is also the co-chair of the El Paso COVID-19 task force.
How Is Law Enforcement Preparing For Potential Election Violence?
10/29/2020 9:10 AM
NPR's Steve Inskeep talks to Wisconsin Attorney General Josh Kaul about how state attorneys general and local law enforcement are preparing to stop voter intimidation and post-election violence.





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