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Black voters weighed history, health as they voted in Wisconsin

After going to sleep angry and afraid to vote, Xavier Thomas woke up on Election Day in Wisconsin thinking about how hard Black people had to fight for the right to cast a ballot.

West Virginia, for just a moment, allowed political gambling

Immediately upon its passing, the highest officials in the state nixed the idea.

Trump rails against supposed dangers of mail-in voting as coronavirus spreads

Trump rails against supposed dangers of mail-in voting as coronavirus spreads

Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam is delaying the June primary elections for Congress by two weeks because of the coronavirus

Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam is delaying the June primary elections for Congress by two weeks because of the coronavirus.

New Jersey will move primary from June 2 to July 7 due to coronavirus outbreak

New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy says the state’s primary will move from June 2 to July 7 due to the coronavirus outbreak.

Watch live: N.Y. Governor Cuomo gives coronavirus update

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo is expected to give an update on his state’s coronavirus response around 12:30 p.m. Wednesday. Watch his remarks here.

Voting in Wisconsin during a pandemic: lines, masks and plenty of fear

Even before voting began, there were lines outside polling locations that stretched for several blocks. Some poll workers wore hazmat suits.

Trump ousts pandemic spending watchdog known for independence

WASHINGTON — President Trump moved Tuesday to oust the leader of a new panel of watchdogs charged with overseeing how his administration spends trillions of taxpayer dollars in coronavirus pandemic relief, in the latest step in an abruptly unfolding White House power play over semi-independent inspectors general across the government.