Mike Pence has been in close contact with Marc Short, but will not quarantine, according to a statement provided to Bloomberg News.
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"Look, I'm running against Donald Trump, not his children," Biden said in an interview with "Pod Save America."
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A Carson City judge denied the request for a temporary restraining order to stop ballot-counting but scheduled an evidentiary hearing for next week.
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Store owner Jose Colon told Fox News he also meant to extend the 20% off promotional offer to backers of Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden.
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America's punch bag still standing, black and blue but not in the red US sanctions are starting to have a pronounced impact on Huawei’s financials, with the embattled Chinese telco reporting just single digit year-on-year growth for the first three quarters of 2020.…
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At a campaign rally in Florida, the president accused the former vice president of enacting extreme energy policies if he is elected.
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"I voted for a guy named Trump," the president said after casting his ballot in person in his newly adopted home state of Florida.
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Kushner and Trump called for the immediate removal of the billboards but The Lincoln Project said they will stay up.
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Plus: An Among Us spam attack, China's favorite vulnerabilities, and more of the week's top security news.
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The sanctions Trump has layered on Iran have gone largely unnoticed in the US. But for Iranians, they are impossible to ignore.
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Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge Patreon has updated its policies and will no longer support creator accounts on its platform that “advance disinformation promoting the QAnon conspiracy theory,” the company announced in a blog post. A “small number of creators” on Patreon have supported QAnon with their work, the platform says, adding it’s taking action because “a number of other online platforms become overrun with pages and groups actively focused around QAnon disinformation.” QAnon-dedicated creators identified by Patreon’s policy and trust & safety teams will have their accounts removed, the blog post added. The policy update “applies only to creators engaged in spreading QAnon-supporting disinformation,” the company said; while just “mentioning, entertaining,... Continue reading…
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Chloe Gray lost her mother and aunt to the coronavirus. The family lives in Marion County, Florida, where the sheriff banned masks in his department.
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InnerSloth is scrambling to deal with a mass hacking campaign that has hit its suddenly viral game Among Us, the company said in a number of tweets. The issue popped up following a highly popular live stream of the game involving US Representatives AOC and Ilhan Omar, marking the latest and most disruptive instance of hacking that targets players. Among … Continue reading
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Boris Johnson is trying to build relationships with figures in Joe Biden's team amid a growing expectation in the UK that Trump will lose next month.
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