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Biden seeks decisive South Carolina win to breathe life into presidential bid

Former Vice President Joe Biden seeks a decisive victory in South Carolina's Democratic primary on Saturday to resuscitate his presidential hopes, while Bernie Sanders aims to cement his status as the leading candidate for the party's nomination.

Trump allies hope to ride anti-socialist rhetoric to election win

老虎机技术打法Conservative activists are enthusiastically taking up Republican President Donald Trump's re-election rallying cry that his Democratic adversaries are pursuing a radical socialist ideology that will ruin the United States.

Number of U.S. coronavirus cases of unknown origin climbs to four

U.S. public health officials said they have identified four "presumptive" coronavirus cases believed to have emerged from community transmission of the infection, signaling a turning point in efforts to contain the disease in the United States.

Vice President Pence says just one American with coronavirus still in hospital

Of dozens of confirmed coronavirus cases in the United States, only one patient is still in the hospital, U.S. Vice President Mike Pence said on Friday.

Trump's 'Remain in Mexico' immigration policy allowed to proceed temporarily

A U.S. appeals court on Friday temporarily put on hold a decision to block one of President Donald Trump's signature immigration policies that reined in a surge of migrants on the southern border, forcing tens of thousands to wait in Mexico.

Oregon cites its first 'presumptive' coronavirus case, one of unknown origin

老虎机技术打法The Oregon Health Authority on Friday announced the state's first "presumptive" case of coronavirus, in an adult who has not traveled to a country where the virus is circulating or had close contact with another person known to be infected.

On the trail: Biden aims for 'significant' South Carolina win, Trump urges supporters to intervene

Presidential contender Joe Biden told South Carolina's Democrats on Friday that they can take control of the White House if they pick "the right nominee" to face President Donald Trump.

'This Land is Your Land' lawsuit dismissed by U.S. judge

A federal judge in Manhattan on Friday dismissed a lawsuit claiming that Woody Guthrie's iconic 1940 folk song "This Land is Your Land" belongs to the public.

New coronavirus case in California is of unknown origin

The latest confirmed case of coronavirus in the United States, diagnosed in a California woman, is of "unknown origin" and was found in a patient who had not traveled overseas or had contact with any known travelers, local health officials said on Friday.

New York scrambles to replace U.S. government's faulty coronavirus test kits

New York health officials are trying to get their own coronavirus testing kits up and running after getting stuck with faulty tests from the federal government that they said left them unable to diagnose people quickly in the nation's most populous city.

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Afghanistan deal is political boost for Trump but pullout could take years

President Donald Trump's quest for a second term received a boost on Saturday from the deal with the Taliban for a troop pullout from Afghanistan but it could take time - possibly years - before all U.S. forces come home from America's longest war.

Trump wins bid to block McGahn testimony sought by House Democrats

Trump again nominates Congressman Ratcliffe as his intelligence director