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Biden says his economic plan would create five million new U.S. jobs

09 Jul 2020

DUNMORE, Pa. Presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden promised on Thursday to spend $700 billion on American-made products and industrial research, which he said would give at least 5 million more people a paycheck during a job-killing pandemic. | Video

Berater - Biden würde Pläne zum Abzug aus Deutschland prüfen

09 Jul 2020

Princeton/New York Der demokratische Präsidentschaftsbewerber Joe Biden würde einem Berater zufolge bei einem Wahlsieg die Entscheidung von Amtsinhaber Donald Trump zu einem Truppenabzug aus Deutschland prüfen.

Exclusive: Biden to review Trump decision to cut troops in Germany if elected

09 Jul 2020

Democrat Joe Biden will review a decision by Republican President Donald Trump to withdraw thousands of troops from Germany if he is elected president, a top aide to the candidate told Reuters.

Biden groups seek to unify Democratic Party with policy proposals

08 Jul 2020

Groups assembled by Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden and former rival for the nomination Bernie Sanders proposed policies on Wednesday aimed at uniting the party, including putting the United States on a path to cut carbon emissions to zero by 2050.

Trump's troubles in Arizona mount with coronavirus surge

08 Jul 2020

Arizona has served as a southwestern bulwark for Republicans for decades, voting for a Democratic presidential candidate only once since 1948.

Giffords group takes aim at key U.S. Senate races in new push for gun limits

07 Jul 2020

The gun safety group Giffords will launch a nationwide effort next week aimed at boosting Democratic candidates in key U.S. Senate races who support universal background checks for firearms purchases.

Biden attacks Republicans for blocking law on foreign election interference

30 Jun 2020

Presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden's campaign on Tuesday criticized U.S. Senate Republicans for blocking legislation to require campaigns to report offers of foreign election help to the FBI, saying it could open the door to interference in the 2020 contest.

Biden attacks Republicans for blocking law on foreign election interference

30 Jun 2020

Presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden's campaign on Tuesday criticized U.S. Senate Republicans for blocking legislation to require campaigns to report offers of foreign election help to the FBI, saying it could open the door to interference in the 2020 contest.

Amid U.S. reckoning on race, Black candidates harness voters' fervor for change

25 Jun 2020

As election results trickled in from New York showing he was leading 31-year veteran Democratic Representative Eliot Engel, Jamaal Bowman told supporters he was part of a movement to deconstruct a system that is "literally killing us."

Obama helps raise $11 million in first campaign event for Biden's White House bid

24 Jun 2020

Former U.S. President Barack Obama on Tuesday made his first campaign appearance alongside Joe Biden since endorsing him for president in April, helping raise more than $11 million for his former No. 2 as he exhorted supporters to meet the "urgency" of the moment.

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