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US Vice President Kamala Harris speaks during a meeting with US government leaders and private sector representatives to address the root causes of migration from northern Central America. MANDEL NGAN/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Can Kamala Harris find her footing on immigration?

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President Joe Biden announced he is no longer running for re-election and endorsed Vice President Kamala Harris to take his place atop the ticket. Kevin Dietsch/Getty Images hide caption

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Biden's out. Here's what's next.

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What will Donald Trump say at the Republican National Convention this week, after an attempt on his life? Alex Wong/Getty Images hide caption

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What will Trump tell the RNC after an attempt on his life?

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Trump's pick for Vice President, U.S. Sen. J.D. Vance (R-OH) arrives on the first day of the Republican National Convention in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Andrew Harnik/Getty Images hide caption

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The political evolution of J.D. Vance

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A man wears a mask of Donald Trump in front of the Alto Lee Adams Sr. U.S. Courthouse in Florida on February 12. Joe Raedle/Getty Images hide caption

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After the assassination attempt, Trump gets a string of wins

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Republican presidential candidate former President Donald Trump pumps his fist as he is rushed offstage during a rally on July 13, 2024 in Butler, Pennsylvania. Anna Moneymaker/Getty Images hide caption

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A would-be assassin targets Trump. What it could mean for America.

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President Joe Biden holds a news conference at the NATO Summit on July 11, 2024 in Washington, DC. Kevin Dietsch/Getty Images hide caption

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Older voters have thoughts on whether Biden's up to the job

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Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer listens to reporters during a news conference. Brandon Bell/Getty Images hide caption

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Gretchen Whitmer supports Biden. Some think she should run instead.

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U.S. President Joe Biden participates in the CNN Presidential Debate at the CNN Studios last month. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images hide caption

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Support is eroding. Can President Biden hang onto the nomination?

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Elections are happening all over the world. Aurelien Morissard/ Pool via AP; Rajesh Jantilal/AFP via Getty Images; Dan Kitwood/Getty Images hide caption

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It's the biggest election year in modern history. Will democracy prevail?

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U.S. President Joe Biden and First Lady Jill Biden at a post-debate campaign rally on June 28, 2024 in Raleigh, North Carolina. Allison Joyce/Getty Images hide caption

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Biden tries to reassure voters after a shaky debate performance

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America's allies and partners around the world are paying close attention to the U.S. presidential election. The outcome could significantly affect U.S. partnerships around the world. LUDOVIC MARIN/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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The U.S. election results will reverberate around the world

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Donald Trump and then Republican vice presidential candidate Mike Pence at the 2016 Republican National Convention. Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images hide caption

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Vice presidents can make or break a candidate. Here's how Trump is choosing

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A notable chunk of people say they don't want to vote for either Donald Trump or Joe Biden in November, according to recent polling. Brendan Smialowskijim Watson/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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The 'double disapprovers' could decide the election. Here's what they have to say

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Artificial Intelligence and Trump on trial. David McNew/AFP; Curtis Means-Pool/Getty Images hide caption

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Republicans really want revenge; plus, can AI take a chill pill?

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The 12 jurors who served on former President Trump's hush money trial can choose whether or not to remain anonymous. Getty Images hide caption

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What will life look like for jurors after the Trump trial?

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Located less than an hour outside Madison, Wis., Columbia County has both city commuters and people in more rural, small towns. Portage, with a population of around 10,000, is the largest town in the county. Jeongyoon Han/NPR hide caption

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One voted Biden. One picked Trump. It's a tale of two counties in pivotal Wisconsin

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