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Trump and Biden square off in a debate marked by interruptions; COVID-19 highlights neglect of undocumented residents.


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Last night was filled with interruptions at the first presidential debate between Donald Trump and Joe Biden.

Archive: November 3, 2008

St. Paul, MN - November is "National Adoption Month," an effort to encourage the adoption of children and youth from foster care. Valerie Romanoski, senior program manager of Pregnancy and Birth Parent Services for Lutheran Social Services of Minnesota says the goal is to get the word out that ther ...Read More

New York, NY — It is being cited as the "forgotten issue" that affects 13 million American kids. With just hours to go, as candidates scramble to turn out the vote, an issue hanging over the heads of one out of every five New York children has gone missing. That issue is poverty, according to ...Read More

It's not the most glamorous question on the ballot in Pennsylvania, but supporters say bonds for sewer and water improvements are important for the future of the state and the Chesapeake Bay. Harry Campbell with the Chesapeake Bay Foundation says the referendum on Tuesday's ballot would make 400 mi ...Read More

Harrisburg, PA - Millions of Pennsylvania women have been in the work force for decades now, and an hour worked by a woman still doesn't pay as much as it does for a man. For years, that "gender wage gap" had been closing, but a new study from the Keystone Research Center finds progress has stalled. ...Read More

Sioux Falls, SD - For the second time in as many years, South Dakota voters will decide Tuesday whether to accept or reject a measure that outlaws abortions in the state. Proponents of Measure 11 say it would eliminate the use of abortion as a means of birth control, and that it provides exceptions ...Read More

Fairfax, VA - It's the last big push to "Get Out the Vote" in Virginia, with thousands of canvassers knocking on doors across the state over the weekend, today and tomorrow. Matt Fitting is with the AFL-CIO "Working America" campaign in northern Virginia - one group that has been hitting the pavemen ...Read More

Voters can expect long lines at the polls tomorrow at many locations across the state. Ivy Main with New ERA for Virginia says the huge number of new registrations and high expected turnout might cause heavy traffic, both inside and outside voting locations. "Come prepared for a wait. The best voti ...Read More

Columbus, OH - Voters in Ohio's largest cities will have a helping hand on Election Day. In an effort to avoid problems seen in previous elections, volunteers with OhioVotes will be outside of polling locations in Cincinnati, Columbus and Cleveland acting as poll monitors. OhioVotes Executive Direct ...Read More

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