Trump-Biden Final Presidential Debate

The second presidential debate was canceled, but President Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden are debating again on Thursday. Follow live updates and analysis.

It Pays To Be An Apprentice: 63% More

Participants in an apprenticeship program that matches employers with community colleges were able to earn substantially more after one year than their peers at community colleges, a new study found.

CDC Extends Ban On Cruises From U.S. Ports

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention extended the ‘no sail’ order for cruise lines until Oct. 31. The CDC had wanted the delay into next year but the White House reportedly intervened.

Will 2020 Be The Year Of The Young Voter?

For decades, turnout among young voters has trailed far behind that of older voters. But could renewed efforts to reach this demographic result in record-level turnouts?

Political Divisions Drive Police Brutality Cases

Most of the largest civil settlements for police killings were in liberal areas in the year after the Ferguson unrest. Now, lawyers say current protests are hardening political divisions on policing.

India Moves Into 2nd Place For COVID-19 Cases

The nation’s confirmed coronavirus infections exceed 4.2 million, overtaking Brazil, with 4.1 million. The worst-affected country remains the U.S., far ahead with nearly 6.3 million cases.

Pandemic’s Emotional Hammer Hits Hard

Mental health effects of the COVID-19 pandemic have been profound, researchers find. Nearly 25% of Americans are depressed, particularly those who have low incomes and have lost a job or a loved one.

Trump Defends Kenosha Shooting Suspect

The president on Monday painted the accused 17-year-old Kenosha shooter’s actions as possible self-defense, saying, without evidence, that the teenager “probably would have been killed.”