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Republican gubernatorial candidate Ron DeSantis, left and Democratic gubernatorial candidate Andrew Gillum, right, during a CNN debate Sunday Oct. 21. Chris O'Meara/AP hide caption

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Florida's Governor Race Could Be A Test For Trump

Democratic candidate for governor Andrew Gillum has been polling just ahead of Republican Rep. Ron DeSantis in Florida. While DeSantis has full Trump support, Gillum draws progressive enthusiasm.

Florida's Governor Race Could Be A Test For Trump

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Here's How Russia Runs Its Disinformation Effort Against The 2018 Midterms

Court documents, intelligence reports and other official accounts have now created the most comprehensive picture yet of one key aspect of the "active measures" targeting the West.

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Republican Gun Store Owner And Legislator Campaigns For Medicaid Expansion In Idaho

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Idaho is one of three conservative states where voters will decide in November whether to buck the GOP's resistance to the Affordable Care Act and implement its Medicaid expansion for adults.

Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross attends a July speech by President Trump in Granite City, Ill. The Supreme Court has temporarily shielded Ross from having to sit for questioning under oath for the 2020 census citizenship question lawsuits. Whitney Curtis/Getty Images hide caption

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Supreme Court Blocks Commerce Secretary Questioning In Census Lawsuits For Now

The Supreme Court granted the Trump administration's request to temporarily shield Wilbur Ross from facing questioning under oath in challenges to the 2020 census citizenship question.

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Another Storm Victim — Pecan Groves In Southwest Georgia

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Decades-old pecan trees in Georgia were among the victims when Hurricane Michael swept through the state last week. This year's harvest will be slim and it will take years to recover.

Another Storm Victim — Pecan Groves In Southwest Georgia

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As Migrant Caravan Winds North, Trump Vows To Cut Aid To Countries They're Fleeing

Thousands of mostly Central American migrants have crossed into Mexico with hopes of reaching the U.S. But President Trump doesn't like it, and he's threatening to punish the countries they come from.

Carla Hall has a new book that explores her heritage and attempts to bring soul food to a wider audience. She embarked on a long journey through the South to investigate and get inspiration, and the story is a deep look into her philosophy. Marvin Joseph/The Washington Post via Getty Images hide caption

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In Soul Food Cookbook, Chef Carla Hall Celebrates Black Culinary Heritage

For a long time, the celebrity chef says, she failed to appreciate the food she grew up with. The book reflects her personal journey to embrace the meaning and depth of African-American foodways.

In Soul Food Cookbook, Chef Carla Hall Celebrates Black Culinary Heritage

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Betsy Leyva is co-owner of a Brooklyn, N.Y., bakery that has an online-only restaurant, with deliveries by Uber Eats. Jasmine Garsd/NPR hide caption

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Uber's Online-Only Restaurants: The Future, Or The End Of Dining Out?

Uber has helped create about 800 "virtual restaurants" in the U.S. — eateries that only exist online. Uber says its delivery service helps restaurants grow, but some in the industry see downsides.

Uber's Online-Only Restaurants: The Future, Or The End Of Dining Out?

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Forget Oakland Or Hoboken. Worcester, Mass., Is The New 'It' Town

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Once left for dead, the city outside Boston is seeing its stock price rise so fast that it is outpacing nearly every other small city in America.

Forget Oakland Or Hoboken. Worcester, Mass., Is The New 'It' Town

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Greta Van Fleet Isn't Just For Your Led Zeppelin-Loving Dad

Classic rock fans are cheering the rise of a hard-hitting young Michigan band with a Led Zeppelin-like swagger. Greta Van Fleet makes '70s rock sound (almost) new again.

Greta Van Fleet Isn't Just For Your Led Zeppelin-Loving Dad

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