How to watch the last presidential debate tonight on CNN, MSNBC, and elsewhere live without cable

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President Trump and former vice president Joe Biden will face off in Nashville for the last debate of the 2020 presidential election. The second and final presidential debate between Donald Trump and Joe Biden will take place tonight at Belmont University in Nashville. Although few voters likely remain undecided this late in the election season—and, in fact, more than 46 million have already cast their ballots —the event will nevertheless offer the candidates one last dialogue (combative as it may be) on a host of high-stakes topics, including the coronavirus pandemic, climate change, racial justice, and national security. Kristen Welker of NBC News will moderate. Read Full Story

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How to watch the Biden and Trump town halls on ABC and NBC live (if you must)

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In the rubble of a canceled presidential debate between President Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden, two town halls will compete head-to-head. As if we needed yet another reminder of being forever trapped in the proverbial “ two Americas ,” presidential candidates Joe Biden and Donald Trump will appear in two competing town hall-style events tonight on two different broadcast networks. The only thing they’ll have in common is a time slot. Read Full Story

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How coronavirus could completely upend the 2020 presidential campaign

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From debates with no audience to cancelled rallies, the election is going to look very different, with a steep drop in canvassing and traditional face-to-face contacts and an increased reliance on digital messaging and TV advertising. In recent weeks, the Trump administration’s handling of the coronavirus has become a major issue in the presidential campaign, with both Democratic frontrunners Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders criticizing the president’s initial attempts to minimize the severity of the virus. Read Full Story

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Why fact-checking Trump’s lies won’t save our democracy

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The first presidential debate is here. But it’s increasingly clear that debunking false statements can only go so far when lies don’t matter to a portion of the electorate. The presidential debates are finally upon us. Tuesday kicks off the first debate between Democratic candidate Joe Biden and sitting president Donald Trump, moderated by Fox News anchor Chris Wallace. Read Full Story

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We need to talk about the science behind implicit bias training

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Implicit bias trainings are rarely effective. Here’s why we need a more comprehensive approach to diversity trainings. In the midst of the chaos of the last presidential debate was an exchange that’s worth revisiting. President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden spoke about the Trump administration’s policy to limit the use of some kinds of diversity training in Federal workplace—particularly those that involve concepts related to “critical race theory” and “white privilege.” Read Full Story

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Joe Biden widens electoral vote lead against Donald Trump in decisive presidential race

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With Georgia added to his tally, Biden would have 306 electoral votes compared to Trump’s 232. President-elect Joe Biden widened his electoral vote lead against incumbent President Donald Trump on Friday after multiple decision desks called the state of Georgia in his favor. NBC News, CNN, and The New York Times made the call with projections that would add the state’s 16 electoral votes to the former vice president’s tally, giving him a total of 306 compared to Trump’s 232. Read Full Story

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