Politics

People from the left and right united to denounce Trump's latest attack on his Democratic 2020 rival.
It was a tasteless choice, considering the U.S. coronavirus death toll has topped 160,000 and is projected to reach 300,000 by December.
The Liberty University president faces increasing pressure to step down amid mounting scandals.
"The hoax is coming from inside the house," the progressive PAC MeidasTouch warned in its latest spot.
"Hell no, I'm not resigning," said Luray Mayor Barry Presgraves, whose comments were condemned as "disgusting" and "unacceptable."
"We’ll work on helping, but not now, it’s just too soon," said "The Tonight Show" host Jimmy Fallon.
Conservatives recoiled at the prospect of another Pelosi-brokered agreement with a whopping deficit-financed cost.
The activist defeated James Mackler and will face Republican candidate Bill Hagerty in the race to succeed Sen. Lamar Alexander.
Accounts linked to a Romanian troll farm and The Epoch Times pushed disinformation about Trump's campaign, the coronavirus and anti-racism protests.
Former Trump aides are out of prison during the pandemic, while the woman who leaked information about Russian election interference is still behind bars.