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Police Killing of Black Man Sets Off Protests in Illinois

The police in Waukegan, Ill., said Marcellis Stinnette, 19, was fatally shot while riding in a car that went into reverse toward a police officer who had been approaching during an investigation.

Watch Live: The Final 2020 Presidential Debate

The third presidential debate between Joseph R. Biden Jr. and President Trump will take place in Nashville. It will be moderated by Kristen Welker of NBC News. The debate commission will mute each candidate’s audio feed while his rival has the floor to avoid interruptions.

Debate Preview: There Will Be Muting

Watch our livestream on Thursday night with real-time fact-checking and analysis from New York Times reporters.

Trump vs. Biden Live Stream and Analysis

President Trump and former Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr. meet for a second and final debate, moderated by Kristen Welker of NBC News. Watch here with live fact-checks and analysis.

What We Know and Don’t About Hunter Biden and a Laptop

President Trump’s allies have promoted claims of corruption aimed at the former vice president’s son in an effort to damage the Biden campaign.

Florida Deputies to Add Security After Armed Men Appear at Polling Site

Pinellas County sheriff’s office said it would station deputies at five early voting sites after two armed men dressed as security guards were seen outside a polling station.

How An Aversion to Masks Stems From ‘Toxic Masculinity’

Narrow ideas of invincibility and invulnerability “traps most men in images of ourselves that have failed most of us,” argues the author Anand Giridharadas.

Late-Season Wildfires Rampage Through Colorado

After a season of hellish wildfires throughout the West, new evidence that climate change and rampant growth are creating perfect breeding grounds for fire.

Court blocks Trump from getting undocumented immigrants’ census data for his reapportionment plan.

A three-judge federal panel in California on Thursday barred the Census Bureau from giving the White House a count of the nation’s unauthorized immigrants, dealing a blow to President Trump’s plan to upend the centuries-old method of apportioning seats in the House of Representatives.

Biden Punts on Expanding the Supreme Court, Calling for a Panel to Study Changes

The Democratic presidential nominee said he would appoint a bipartisan commission to examine whether an overhaul is needed to the judiciary and to make recommendations.
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