Experts said any decision about how a Biden Justice Department might handle a case against President Trump will pose huge legal and political challenges.
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Some eastern Iowa school districts have already decided to delay their school start dates due to Monday's powerful derecho storm. Other districts are considering delays as they continue to assess the damage to their facilities.
As Iowa schools start with a state mandate that at least 50 percent of instruction be in person, parents are faced with the difficult decision of where to send their children. Parents of Latino children have made difficult decisions during a pandemic that disproportionately affects them.
Kamala Harris is the first Black woman and Asian American to be picked as a Vice President running mate on a major party ticket. This hour, a reaction to Biden’s choice.
Presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden and his newly named running mate, Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif., made their first joint appearance in Delaware on Wednesday.
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