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Election experts urge caution when calling 2020 election races

Election experts urge caution when calling 2020 election races

WASHINGTON—Reporting the results of Election 2020 will be done differently this year and voters should not expect immediate results, federal Election Assistance Commission officials and two state election officials said Tuesday. “It is going to be a unique experience...

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Election experts urge caution when calling 2020 election races

WASHINGTON—Reporting the results of Election 2020 will be done differently this year and voters should not expect immediate results, federal Election Assistance Commission officials and two state election officials said Tuesday. “It is going to be a unique experience...

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WASHINGTON – Internet freedom in the United States dropped for the fourth consecutive year amid a global trend of countries using the COVID-19 pandemic as cover for silencing digital platforms, according to the Freedom on the Net 2020 report by Freedom House released...

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VIDEO: The Pandemic’s Impact on Howard University’s Homecoming

VIDEO: The Pandemic’s Impact on Howard University’s Homecoming

WASHINGTON – Homecoming is a sacred time for students and alumni at Historically Black Colleges and Universities. The weeklong event gives HBCU communities a chance to come together and celebrate. But this year's homecoming festivities looked a lot different as...

The Final Question – The Vice Presidential Debate

WASHINGTON - The final question at the vice presidential debate came from someone who can’t vote, Utah 8th grader Brecklynn Brown. It was a surprise to Brown when moderator Susan Page ended the debate with Brown’s question: “When I watch the news all I see is arguing...

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