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Riot-hit areas of Bengaluru's Pulakeshinagar resemble war zone

Areas under Pulakeshinagar assembly constituency here resembled a war zone on Wednesday, hours after after an unruly mob went on a rampage torching ve

Source: The Times of India
Published At 2020-08-12T03:55:00Z
Author: PTI

Pranab Mukherjee continues to be critical: Hospital

India News: The condition of former President Pranab Mukherjee continues to be critical and he remains on ventilator support, the Army's Research and Referral hos

Source: The Times of India
Published At 2020-08-12T04:08:00Z
Author: PTI

US envoy caps Taiwan trip with tribute to late democracy leader

China News: Health chief Alex Azar finished a three-day visit to Taiwan on Wednesday that Washington has billed as its highest-level delegation since the US switc

Source: The Times of India
Published At 2020-08-12T05:41:00Z
Author: AFP

HALs Light Combat Helicopters deployed for operations at Leh

India News: The Hindustan Aeronautics Limited said on Wednesday two Light Combat Helicopters (LCH) produced by it have been deployed for operations at high altitu

Source: The Times of India
Published At 2020-08-12T06:02:00Z
Author: PTI

PM Modi reviewed indigenous defence capabilities before release of negative import list

India News: Prime Minister Narendra Modi took extensive review meetings of the defence ministry departments dealing with indigenous defence production and develop

Source: The Times of India
Published At 2020-08-12T06:23:00Z
Author: ANI

We don't give any importance to what Parth says: Sharad Pawar

India News: MUMBAI: NCP president Sharad Pawar on Wednesday said he gives "absolutely no importance to his grand-nephew Parth Pawar's recent demand for a CBI prob.

Source: The Times of India
Published At 2020-08-12T06:36:00Z
Author: ANI

Perseid Meteor Shower: Watch It Peak in Night Skies

Meteor showers can light up night skies from dusk to dawn, and if you’re lucky you might be able to catch a glimpse.

Published At 2020-08-11T09:33:33-04:00
Author: By Nicholas St. Fleur

A House candidate in Connecticut dropped out of today’s primary after being arrested.

Published At 2020-08-11T11:49:23-04:00
Author: By Matt Stevens

How a Fruit in Your Garden Gets Its Shiny Blue Color

Slabs of fat help give Viburnum tinus its gleam.

Published At 2020-08-11T12:34:16-04:00
Author: By Veronique Greenwood

Whether You Are a Night Owl or Early Bird May Affect How Much You Move

Early risers did the equivalent of walking 20 to 30 minutes more each day compared to “evening types,” who tend to stay up late.

Published At 2020-08-12T05:00:07-04:00
Author: By Gretchen Reynolds

Feel Like You’re Going Out of Your Mind? Consider Your Mind-Set

No one likes to make mistakes, but how you manage them can be a key to a stronger future.

Published At 2020-08-12T05:00:15-04:00
Author: By Alina Tugend

Gloria Estefan Wants to Get Inside Your Head

The Latin-pop innovator studied psychology and never gave up her fascination with the mind. She shared her list of cultural must-haves while preparing to release her 14th solo album.

Published At 2020-08-11T10:00:06-04:00
Author: By Lindsay Zoladz

Late Night Doesn’t Trust Trump With the Nation’s Mail

The president said mail-in voting could put the election results in doubt. Seth Meyers joked that he sounded like “a loan shark saying, ‘I’d hate to see your thumbs get broken.’”

Published At 2020-08-12T03:12:17-04:00
Author: By Trish Bendix

All Dressed Up and Nowhere to Go

Robbed of a real-life stage, the frustrated fashion faithful continue to pull out all the stops on Instagram.

Published At 2020-08-11T05:00:16-04:00
Author: By Ruth La Ferla

She’s Been a Force for Change in Ballet. The World Is Catching Up.

Theresa Ruth Howard calls her role “diversity strategist and consultant.” Companies are listening.

Published At 2020-08-06T10:00:08-04:00
Author: By Siobhan Burke

AIDS Quilts for an Artist and His Partner, Sewn During a New Pandemic

Tom Rauffenbart had resolved to create a tribute to his partner, the artist David Wojnarowicz. A sewing circle of women took up the cause for both men, stitching through lockdown.

Published At 2020-08-10T09:00:12-04:00
Author: By Brian Boucher

New York City Could Use a Champion. Who Will Step Up?

New York seems to be missing the kind of civic leadership that helped the city recover from previous financial and psychic crises.

Published At 2020-08-12T05:00:23-04:00
Author: By Dana Rubinstein

‘No Slavery in Australia’? These Pacific Islanders Tell a Different Story

The Black Lives Matter movement has offered a rare moment for the descendants of plantation laborers brought aboard ships in the 19th century to make their family histories known.

Published At 2020-08-12T05:00:35-04:00
Author: By Isabella Kwai

Second City Is Trying Not to Be Racist. Will It Work This Time?

For more than 60 years, the premier home for improv comedy was a bastion of whiteness where performers of color were consistently demeaned. Now it is trying to remake itself entirely.

Published At 2020-08-12T05:00:17-04:00
Author: By Melena Ryzik and Jake Malooley

Virginia Man, Said to Be a Klan Leader, Gets 6 Years in Prison After Driving Into a Protest

Harry H. Rogers, who prosecutors say is an admitted K.K.K. leader, faces three additional counts of attempted malicious wounding, a felony.

Published At 2020-08-11T19:28:05-04:00
Author: By Allyson Waller

Kurt Andersen Asks: What Is the Future of America?

“Evil Geniuses” diagnoses the troubling changes that have taken place in America over the last several decades, and how to fix them.

Published At 2020-08-11T14:00:08-04:00
Author: By Anand Giridharadas

The Great Gotham Vroom Boom of 2020

New Yorkers have historically been lukewarm on car ownership. Then came the you-know-what.

Published At 2020-08-12T05:00:17-04:00
Author: By Foster Kamer

Don’t Make College Kids the Coronavirus Police

Many universities are asking students to wear masks and avoid parties — and to report on peers who break the rules. It could backfire.

Published At 2020-08-12T05:00:15-04:00
Author: By Karen Levy and Lauren Kilgour

The Poly-Parent Households Are Coming

We’re on the cusp of a technological revolution in baby making. What it means to be a family could be next.

Published At 2020-08-12T05:03:40-04:00
Author: By Debora L. Spar

The Politics We Don’t See Matter as Much as Those We Do

Party strategists pay a lot of attention to redrawing district maps — and hope you won’t bother to think about it.

Published At 2020-08-12T05:00:18-04:00
Author: By Thomas B. Edsall

Children Aren’t the Big Infection Risk in Schools. Adults Are.

We’re so used to thinking of snotty-nosed kids as germ propagators. But that’s just not how Covid-19 works.

Published At 2020-08-12T05:00:13-04:00
Author: By Naomi Bardach

Kamala Harris and the Growing Political Power of Black Women

Millions of Black women and their political labor have made this historic moment possible.

Published At 2020-08-12T05:00:20-04:00
Author: By Melanye Price

Joshua Wong: Hong Kong Still Has Many Ways to Resist

We will respond to repression by demonstrating our solidarity creatively.

Published At 2020-08-12T07:05:22-04:00
Author: By Joshua Wong

Why Kamala Harris Matters to Me

As an Indian-American professor of African-American history, I am experiencing Biden’s vice-presidential pick as a personal gift.

Published At 2020-08-12T05:00:21-04:00
Author: By Manisha Sinha

A Historic V.P. Decision

Joe Biden’s vice-presidential search has ended: Kamala Harris will be his running mate. How did he settle on the California senator?

Published At 2020-08-12T06:00:10-04:00

The Biden-Harris Ticket

And what else you need to know today.

Published At 2020-08-12T06:15:04-04:00
Author: By Ian Prasad Philbrick and Sanam Yar

Sumner Redstone Dies at 97; Built Media Empire and Long Reigned Over It

Starting with a chain of drive-in movie theaters, Mr. Redstone negotiated, sued and otherwise fought to amass a domain that included CBS and Viacom.

Published At 2020-08-12T08:17:43-04:00
Author: By Jonathan Kandell

Luxury Homes Tie Chinese Communist Elite to Hong Kong’s Fate

Three top leaders of China’s Communist Party have relatives who own assets in Hong Kong, including more than $51 million in luxury real estate, a New York Times investigation shows.

Published At 2020-08-12T05:00:18-04:00
Author: By Alexandra Stevenson and Michael Forsythe

Did the George Floyd Protests Boost Democratic Voter Registration?

New research shows that sign-ups may have surged in early June, boosting hopes that activists can turn energy in the streets into voter turnout this fall.

Published At 2020-08-11T13:45:04-04:00
Author: By Nick Corasaniti and Isabella Grullón Paz

Coronavirus Live Updates: Restaurants in the U.S. Become a Hot Spot for Infection

Many community outbreaks this summer have centered on eateries and bars, data show. New Zealand has returned to a partial lockdown.

Published At 2020-08-12T05:26:57-04:00

925 Quarantined for Covid. Is This a Successful School Reopening?

A suburban Atlanta county opened its schools amid controversy and a growing case count, previewing a difficult national back-to-school season.

Published At 2020-08-12T05:00:25-04:00
Author: By Richard Fausset

Kamala Harris, a Political Fighter Shaped by Life in Two Worlds

She grew up around Berkeley activists but came to believe working from inside the system had greater power to effect change.

Published At 2020-08-12T03:00:07-04:00
Author: By Matt Flegenheimer and Lisa Lerer

A woman is stunned when her new driver's license came back with a picture of an empty chair - CNN

Driver's license photos are the worst, but one Tennessee woman is laughing after a clerical error left her with a picture of an empty chair.

Source: CNN
Published At 2020-08-11T23:43:00Z
Author: Lauren M. Johnson, CNN

'Bleak but salvageable': Huawei has limited options as U.S. sanctions cut off supply to smartphone chips - CNBC

Huawei has five "credible" options to secure chips for its smartphones though all of those have to "face major challenges," one analyst told CNBC.

Source: CNBC
Published At 2020-08-12T00:15:00Z
Author: Arjun Kharpal

Global stocks shake off stimulus doubts, gold goes wild - Reuters

Europe's stock markets held their own on Wednesday after doubts emerged about fresh U.S. stimulus, while it was shaping up to be another wild day for gold and silver and Turkey's troubled lira.

Source: Reuters
Published At 2020-08-12T00:19:00Z
Author: Marc Jones

U.S. ban on China's TikTok could cut it off from app stores and advertisers, White House document shows - CNBC

President Donald Trump's TikTok ban may prevent U.S. app stores from offering the popular short-video app and make advertising on the platform illegal, according to a White House document seen by Reuters.

Source: CNBC
Published At 2020-08-12T00:22:00Z
Author: Reuters

Gold Price Crashes as Dollar Pulls Up from Record Lows -

Gold Price Crashes as Dollar Pulls Up from Record Lows

Published At 2020-08-12T04:02:00Z

UK crashes into deepest recession of any major economy - CNN

UK economic output shrank by 20.4% in the second quarter of 2020, the worst quarterly slump on record, pushing the country into the deepest recession of any major global economy.

Source: CNN
Published At 2020-08-12T07:23:00Z
Author: Mark Thompson, Chris Liakos and Hanna Ziady, CNN Business

Games help Tencent smash second-quarter earnings expectations as potential WeChat ban looms - CNBC

Tencent on Wednesday reported results for the three months through to the end of June that beat analyst expectations.

Source: CNBC
Published At 2020-08-12T07:44:00Z
Author: Arjun Kharpal

Stock futures bounce back from Tuesday pause - Fox Business

Before the bell, traders will examine the latest consumer price report

Source: Fox Business
Published At 2020-08-12T07:46:56Z
Author: Ken Martin

Elon Musk splits Tesla stock after share price surge -

The move will make the electric car maker's shares more affordable to growing numbers of retail investors

Published At 2020-08-12T08:53:00Z
Author: By Hasan Chowdhury

U.S. Puts Kodak Deal On Hold Amid Scrutiny Of Its Finances - NPR

The decision to entrust $765 million of taxpayer money to the former maker of photographic equipment raises several questions about the Trump administration's due diligence of Kodak.

Source: NPR
Published At 2020-08-12T09:00:33Z

3 Top Stocks You Can Buy and Hold for the Next Decade - The Motley Fool

During this time of uncertainty, investors should be looking for resilient companies to invest in.

Source: Motley Fool
Published At 2020-08-12T09:24:00Z
Author: Brian Withers

Biden picks Kamala Harris as vice-presidential running mate

US News: Democratic nominee Joe Biden on Tuesday picked California Senator Kamala Harris as his vice-presidential running mate for the 2020 Presidential electi

Source: The Times of India
Published At 2020-08-11T15:06:00Z
Author: Chidanand Rajghatta

Trump surprised Biden picked Kamala Harris as running mate

US News: WASHINGTON: US President Donald Trump on Tuesday said he was surprised Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden chose Senator Kamala Harris as his .

Source: The Times of India
Published At 2020-08-11T16:48:00Z
Author: Reuters

The Kamala Harris pick: Geographic balance takes back seat to gender, race

US News: The selection of Kamala Harris as the Democratic nominee for vice president — a senator from perhaps the most solidly Democratic state in the union —

Source: The Times of India
Published At 2020-08-11T23:01:00Z
Author: Shane Goldmacher,Adam Nagourney,Jennifer Medina

All you need to know about Kamala Harris

India News: NEW DELHI: For the first time in the history of United States of America (USA), a Black-Indian American woman will be the running mate of a major part.

Source: The Times of India
Published At 2020-08-12T00:29:00Z

Bengaluru violence live updates: SDPI leader detained for questioning

Atleast three people were killed after police opened fire to quell a mob that went on a rampage irked over a social media post allegedly put out by a Congress legislator's relative, as a city locality witnessed arson and violence.

Source: The Times of India
Published At 2020-08-12T01:37:51Z
Author: Times Of India

May God do whatever is best for him: Pranab Mukherjee's daughter

India News: Sharmistha Mukherjee, who is a Congress leader, said her father has fallen critically ill just a year after he received the 'Bharat Ratna' - the count

Source: The Times of India
Published At 2020-08-12T01:47:00Z
Author: PTI

Bengaluru violence: 3 confirmed dead, 110 arrested

India News: Three people have died after police opened fire in attempts to quell violence that erupted at about 7pm Tuesday and went on for at least five hours in

Source: The Times of India
Published At 2020-08-12T02:30:00Z
Author: Chethan Kumar

Museum’s Future Clouded by Chance Discovery: Swastika Hiding in Plain Sight

The discovery of a Nazi symbol in the mosaic floor of a German museum has prompted bitter debate about its creator’s past and the institution’s role.

Published At 2020-08-11T06:34:54-04:00
Author: By Thomas Rogers

This One Is for the Focaccia Lovers

Lighter and fresher than pizza, this crisp-edged flatbread is also a celebration of summer eggplant.

Published At 2020-08-07T11:48:08-04:00
Author: By Melissa Clark

Children May Carry Coronavirus at High Levels, Study Finds

The research does not prove that infected children are contagious, but it should influence the debate about reopening schools, some experts said.

Published At 2020-07-30T11:04:17-04:00
Author: By Apoorva Mandavilli

Forget Spas and Bars. Hotels Tout Housekeeping to Lure Back Travelers.

Hilton has partnered with Lysol, Four Seasons with Johns Hopkins Medicine. But new research shows hotels can be easily contaminated by the coronavirus.

Published At 2020-08-04T16:09:14-04:00
Author: By Matt Richtel

When Bugs Crawl Up the Food Chain

We usually think of insects as meals for vertebrates such as frogs. But arthropods may turn the tables more often than you think.

Published At 2020-08-10T12:11:14-04:00
Author: By Cara Giaimo

Tiny Love Stories: ‘I Couldn’t Ignore What That Silence Told Me’

Modern Love in miniature, featuring reader-submitted stories of no more than 100 words.

Published At 2020-08-11T15:22:53-04:00

Tear Down That Will: An East German Guide to Breaking the Spirit

In Jennifer Hofmann’s debut novel, “The Standardization of Demoralization Procedures,” an aging Berliner loses his sense of self.

Published At 2020-08-11T05:00:07-04:00
Author: By Dalia Sofer

In Champions League, a Coach With the Right Résumé Can Still Get It Wrong

For Europe’s superclubs, the bar for success hasn’t changed. What teams look for in a coach absolutely has.

Published At 2020-08-08T18:54:25-04:00
Author: By Rory Smith

The Key to an Inclusive Recovery? Putting Women in Decision-Making Roles

As the world sketches out post-pandemic plans, Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka, the head of U.N. Women, explains why having more women in leadership positions could lead to better results.

Published At 2020-08-09T18:43:04-04:00
Author: By Francesca Donner

‘When You Say Badminton, You Say Indonesia’

Badminton is part of the national identity. It is the only sport in which Indonesia has won an Olympic gold medal, and the country had expected to add another this month in Tokyo.

Published At 2020-08-07T23:00:13-04:00
Author: By James Hill

How to Help Your Pet With Post-Quarantine Separation Anxiety

The pandemic is hard on our dogs and cats, too.

Published At 2020-08-08T05:00:14-04:00
Author: By Kaitlyn Wells

17 Learning Tools For Your Next Outdoor Excursion

Ever wonder how underwater creatures make light? Or what a Carolina leaf-roller eats? Our list of apps, podcasts and websites will help you figure out what’s going on in the great outdoors.

Published At 2020-08-11T05:00:20-04:00
Author: By Stephanie Rosenbloom

Quarantine Envy Got You Down? You’re Not Alone

A beach house, a suburban home, a home without children, a home filled with family: These days, everyone wants something that someone else has.

Published At 2020-08-10T12:32:21-04:00
Author: By Nancy Wartik

Stay Cool Without Racking Up a Bill

Four ways to air-condition your home more efficiently in the summer heat.

Published At 2020-08-08T17:00:07-04:00
Author: By Sara Aridi

Trini Lopez, Singing Star Who Mixed Musical Styles, Dies at 83

His blend of American folk, Latin and rockabilly music captivated listeners worldwide. His secret: arrangements that people could dance to. He died of Covid-19.

Published At 2020-08-11T18:07:18-04:00
Author: By Jim Farber

Coronavirus Tests the Leadership Style of Goldman Sachs’s C.E.O.

The pandemic has given David Solomon a chance to try out a more open-minded approach in tune with the bank’s young work force.

Published At 2020-08-11T11:35:32-04:00
Author: By Kate Kelly

Where’s Juan Carlos? Departure of Scandal-Plagued Former King Grips Spain

His decision to leave Spain amid investigations related to his wealth has outraged many Spaniards and caused tensions within the country’s fragile coalition government.

Published At 2020-08-11T10:34:10-04:00
Author: By Raphael Minder

A Bible Burning, a Russian News Agency and a Story Too Good to Check Out

A story about protesters burning Bibles drew condemnation from conservatives. It now appears to have been wildly exaggerated — and the first viral hit in Russia’s 2020 disinformation campaign.

Published At 2020-08-11T11:17:23-04:00
Author: By Matthew Rosenberg and Julian E. Barnes

Colorado Attorney General Is Investigating Practices of the Aurora Police

The inquiry was announced on the same day that the family of Elijah McClain sued the police over the death of the 23-year-old Black man, after Aurora officers restrained him with a chokehold.

Published At 2020-08-11T17:57:48-04:00
Author: By Jacey Fortin and Azi Paybarah

Judge Agrees to Retire After Alzheimer’s Diagnosis

Judge ShawnDya L. Simpson, 54, agreed to step down after the Commission on Judicial Conduct determined her behavior in court was “erratic and at times intemperate.”

Published At 2020-08-11T16:20:10-04:00
Author: By Alan Feuer

Company’s Paid Leave for Periods Takes On a Workplace Taboo

Zomato, a global food-delivery company based in India, drew praise for introducing the policy. Its chief executive says there is no “shame or stigma” in applying for the time off.

Published At 2020-08-11T08:53:55-04:00
Author: By Geneva Abdul

Virginia Man Who Drove Into Protesters Gets 6 Years in Prison

Harry H. Rogers, who prosecutors say is an admitted K.K.K. leader, faces three additional counts of attempted malicious wounding, a felony.

Published At 2020-08-11T19:28:05-04:00
Author: By Allyson Waller

Pinterest Accused of Gender Bias in Suit by Former No. 2 Executive

Françoise Brougher, Pinterest’s former chief operating officer, said she was fired after speaking up about mistreatment.

Published At 2020-08-11T18:01:04-04:00
Author: By Erin Griffith

Overlooked No More: Jovita Idár, Who Promoted Rights of Mexican-Americans and Women

As a teacher, writer, editor and activist, Idár preserved Mexican culture in South Texas and encouraged women to pursue an education and push for equal rights.

Published At 2020-08-07T17:08:34-04:00
Author: By Jennifer Medina

11 Supposedly Fun Things We’ll Never Do the Same Way Again

The pandemic could change unexpected parts of our lives for years to come, experts say.

Published At 2020-08-11T08:51:12-04:00
Author: By Bryan Pietsch

Concrete, a Centuries-Old Material, Gets a New Recipe

A building block in most construction projects, concrete is responsible for about 8 percent of global carbon emissions. Several companies are working to create a greener mix.

Published At 2020-08-11T05:00:20-04:00
Author: By Jane Margolies

Racism’s Hidden Toll

In America, how long you live depends on the color of your skin.

Published At 2020-08-11T05:00:01-04:00
Author: By Gus Wezerek

Our President Got the Virus. I Barely Noticed.

I was too busy cooking and cleaning and caring for my daughter.

Published At 2020-08-11T05:00:13-04:00
Author: By Vanessa Barbara

Vote Counts Change. Please Don’t Panic.

The “blue shift” is real. Take it seriously.

Published At 2020-08-11T12:20:47-04:00
Author: By Jesse Wegman

The Revolt of the Republican Strategists

What the Trump era has revealed about the people who used to run Republican campaigns.

Published At 2020-08-11T05:00:17-04:00
Author: By Ross Douthat

Rage Is Both Black and American

55 years after Watts, are enough of us having the same epiphany?

Published At 2020-08-11T05:00:18-04:00
Author: By Erin Aubry Kaplan

What Is Your Advice for Kamala Harris?

“What advice would you give her for the campaign — and beyond, if the ticket is elected?”

Published At 2020-08-11T16:34:06-04:00

Dying in Your Mother’s Arms

A palliative care doctor on finding a “good death” for children in the worst situations.

Published At 2020-08-11T15:02:22-04:00
Author: By John Beder

Who Holds the Key to a New America?

A historic low-income-voter turnout in 2020 would mean a victory for Democrats.

Published At 2020-08-11T15:00:08-04:00
Author: By William Barber II and Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove

How to Foil Trump’s Election Night Strategy

To keep the president from claiming victory on Nov. 3, Biden supporters who can vote in person may well have to.

Published At 2020-08-11T05:00:15-04:00
Author: By Jamelle Bouie

Black Women Have Been Waiting for Kamala Harris Far Too Long

The political system has frequently ignored the concerns of the most loyal members of the Democratic Party.

Published At 2020-08-11T19:28:04-04:00
Author: By Chryl Laird

Kamala Harris Is the Future, So Mike Pence May Well Be History

Biden wants a campaign of contrasts — and to recapture that old 2008 magic.

Published At 2020-08-11T19:17:19-04:00
Author: By Frank Bruni

On McDonald’s and Morality

The fast-food giant’s suit against its former C.E.O. may prompt other companies to review their pay and severance policies.

Published At 2020-08-11T08:06:51-04:00

Isabel Wilkerson Talks About ‘Caste’

Wilkerson describes the ideas about race in America that fuel her new book, and David Hill discusses “The Vapors.”

Published At 2020-08-07T13:59:08-04:00

The Dark Fairy Tale of Atalanta

This has been the most painful of years in Bergamo, a proud Italian city that became synonymous with the coronavirus. As it emerges from the pandemic, one bright spot has been its title-chasing soccer team.

Published At 2020-08-11T23:45:12-04:00
Author: By Rory Smith

A New Clash Over Mail Voting: The Cost of the Postage

Senator Chuck Schumer assailed the Postal Service for what he said was an effort to triple the cost to states of sending out mail-in ballots. The service said it was just a suggestion to use first-class mail.

Published At 2020-08-11T19:46:50-04:00
Author: By Luke Broadwater and Hailey Fuchs

Trump’s Push to Cut Payroll Taxes Opens a Democratic Line of Attack

Because the taxes provide funding for Social Security, Democrats have seized on the issue as they try to erode support for the president among older voters.

Published At 2020-08-11T16:04:26-04:00
Author: By Annie Karni and Thomas Kaplan

Ilhan Omar Wins House Primary in Minnesota

Ms. Omar, a member of the “Squad” of progressive women of color elected to the House two years ago, topped a well-funded challenger in a victory for the left.

Published At 2020-08-11T22:25:20-04:00
Author: By Astead W. Herndon

Live Primary Election Results: Races in Connecticut, Georgia, Minnesota and Wisconsin

Get the latest primary results from Connecticut, Georgia, Minnesota and Wisconsin.

Published At 2020-08-11T16:27:56-04:00