‘I’m speaking’: Every time Kamala Harris reclaimed her time during the VP debate

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It was a whole different ballgame than last week in the vice presidential debate, but one side still seemed to keep running more afoul of the ref. Even a mild improvement over last week’s punishing-to-watch presidential debate counts as a political vacation. Tonight’s vice-presidential scrimmage, however, still carried the residual discomfort of watching one side repeatedly breaking the rules and refusing to be reined in. Read Full Story

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How to watch the vice presidential debate live on CNN, MSNBC, or elsewhere for free without cable

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Vice President Mike Pence will face off against Senator Kamala Harris of California, and nothing but plexiglass will come between them. The first and only live debate between Vice President Mike Pence and Senator Kamala Harris of California will take place tonight at the University of Utah’s Kingsbury Hall in Salt Lake City. Both sides have agreed to additional safety measures in the wake of news last week that President Trump—and a growing number of people in his orbit—tested positive for COVID-19. As a result, expect to see farther distance and two shields of plexiglass between Pence and Harris tonight. Read Full Story

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How to watch the Democratic debate on CBS live for free without cable

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The latest Democratic debate will take place in Charleston, South Carolina, and is cohosted by CBS News. No, you’re not having déjà vu. The 2020 Democratic presidential candidates are indeed having another debate, which comes less than a week after the last one. This time around, the candidates will face off in Charleston, South Carolina, for a debate cohosted by CBS News and the Congressional Black Caucus Institute. Twitter is also a partner and is accepting live questions at the #DemDebate hashtag. Read Full Story

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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 to watch the Democratic National Convention live on CNN, MSNBC without cable, or free online

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The 2020 Democratic National Convention is streaming live online, and you can watch on your computer, phone, or smart TV for free. The 2020 Democratic National Convention is happening this week. History will be made on multiple occasions as former vice president Joe Biden becomes first presidential candidate to accept a major party nomination via live stream and Senator Kamala Harris of California becomes the first woman of color to accept the vice presidential nomination from a major party. Read Full Story

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How to watch the CNN Democratic debate live without cable for free

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COVID-19 is certain to be main topic of discussion between Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders tonight. Here’s how to stream the debate for free. With the coronavirus pandemic threatening to overburden the healthcare system and plunge the United States into economic chaos, the two remaining viable Democratic candidates will face off in the nation’s capital tonight for the first one-on-one debate of the 2020 presidential primaries. Read Full Story

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