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All the latest from the 2020 presidential election from HuffPost reporters in the US and around the world

ENTERTAINMENT

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex launched the site Tuesday evening, but the foundation has been doing work "quietly" since January.
One person wondered "which sank lower" -- Giuliani's reputation, "or his hand down his pants?"
The Emmy winner's makeover came weeks after she issued an apology for allegations of fostering a toxic environment at her daytime talk show.

LIFE

"I’m married to a 'let’s circle back' guy — who knew?"
The Duke of Cambridge was photographed peering into the fast food chain and Twitter loved it.
Quick ideas that pack a nutritious punch, made with fillings from avocado chickpea to eggplant.
Stop using disability as a negative metaphor at work (and everywhere else).
It's Personal
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The US president reportedly cut his interview short with Lesley Stahl before criticising her online and threatening to release footage prior to airtime.
Some ads push blatant misinformation about vaccines.
After years of dodging questions and pretending not to read his tweets, some GOP senators are speaking out against Trump as Election Day draws near.
William McRaven, retired four-star admiral and former head of US Special Operations Command, says he's a conservative and he's voting for Biden.
The US legal commentator is also stepping away from news channel CNN after what he called “an embarrassingly stupid mistake.”
Americans got smarter about the credibility-challenged, fear-mongering president, suggests R. Douglas Fields of the National Institutes of Health.
In a statement to Vice, the legal analyst called the incident “an embarrassingly stupid mistake.”
The first lady used her White House platform to pursue her feud against her former adviser Stephanie Winston Wolkoff, who wrote a tell-all book about Trump.
“He was having fun at a Trump rally," the president's daughter-in-law said of his actions at a Michigan rally after a foiled abduction of the state's governor.
“I have announced today what is safe," said Victoria Premier Daniel Andrews.

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