The Washington Post : politics
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Biden leads Trump in Post-ABC poll as president s coronavirus rating slips  04h01 31 mai
Dan Balz
Both candidates receive mixed reviews from Americans. Trump backers more enthusiastic than Biden supporters.
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Biden leads Trump in Post-ABC poll as president s coronavirus rating slips  04h01 31 mai
Dan Balz
Both candidates receive mixed reviews from Americans. Trump backers more enthusiastic than Biden supporters.
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As fear settles over Minneapolis, protests and violent clashes spread across the U.S.  02h00 31 mai
Sheila Regan
Since Floyd s death Monday, protests have popped up in dozens of cities across the country to call for an end to police officers killing people of color and an end to the nation s racial inequities.
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Trump celebrates successful space launch, a moment of unity amid tensions across the country  01h33 31 mai
Lori Rozsa
His speech struck a different tone from his tweets.
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Trumps disruption campaign strategy The 2020 Fix  14h20 30 mai
JM Rieger
The Fix s Amber Phillips breaks down how President Trump has tried to shift the focus away from the coronavirus pandemic as the 2020 campaign heats up.
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Ted Cruz offers a very strained defense of Trump s social media executive order  17h58 29 mai
Aaron Blake
Cruz suggested that social media companies forfeit protections when they are no longer neutral. But the law has no such requirement.
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The only good Democrat is a dead Democrat. When the looting starts, the shooting starts. Twice in 25 hours, Trump tweets conspicuous allusions to violence.  14h10 29 mai
Aaron Blake
Trumps dual tweets echo a long-running effort to raise the specter of advocating violence while exploiting plausible deniability about it.
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Buildings burn, and Trump talks tough. Where are the healers?  00h31 31 mai
Marc Fisher
One answer: on the streets of Atlanta, where a police chief meets protesters, vows reform and tells an angry crowd, I m with you.
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Divided Supreme Court still gives guidance on virus-related worship restrictions  21h59 30 mai
Robert Barnes
In pivotal role, Chief Justice John Roberts lays out what is acceptable for governments.
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Supreme Court, in rare late-night ruling, says California may enforce certain restrictions on religious gatherings  05h30 30 mai
Robert Barnes
Chief Justice John Roberts sided with the court s liberal justices in response to the emergency petition.
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Wisconsin election officials agree to send voters ballot applications  00h28 30 mai
Colby Itkowitz
The decision marks a significant victory for those seeking to make it easier for voters to cast ballots by mail this fall.
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In George Floyd killing, Joe Biden seeks to project empathy as activists and party leaders demand details  00h04 30 mai
Sean Sullivan
The former vice president s favored position is counterpoint to President Trump but some want to hear what he would do as the nation s leader.
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Louisville protesters decry police shooting that killed apartment resident  23h34 29 mai
Ava Wallace
City officials say police did not fire during the protest Thursday night and that the shots came from within the crowd.
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With shooting tweet, Trump inflames rather than soothes tensions amid Minneapolis unrest  23h23 29 mai
Philip Rucker
Trump also abdicated the traditional role of an American president abroad on Friday by announcing he was terminating U.S. membership in the World Health Organization.
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CDC chief defends failure to spot early coronavirus spread in U.S.  23h11 29 mai
Lena H. Sun
Robert R. Redfield says diagnostic testing would have made little difference, describing it like looking for a needle in a haystack.