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Nina Turner, a candidate running in a special Democratic primary for Ohio's 11th Congressional District, speaks with supporters near the Cuyahoga County Board of Elections in Cleveland before casting her early vote on July 7.
Incoming President Biden and Vice President Harris stand with their respective spouses Jill Biden and Doug Emhoff after delivering remarks in Wilmington, Del., on Nov. 7, the day the Democrats were declared the winners in the 2020 election.
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According to one new account of the Trump presidency, even telling the story of Donald Trump's COVID-19 diagnosis was difficult due to the chaos in the White House. Here, Trump removes his mask after being discharged from the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in October.
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Donald Trump attends a worship service in Las Vegas when he was a presidential candidate in 2016. Trump won over many white conservative Christians by wrapping their traditional priorities in with his own particular cultural fixations.
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Members of the Workers Assembly Against Racism gather across from an Amazon-owned Whole Foods in New York City as part of a nationwide solidarity event with Amazon workers seeking to unionize in Bessemer, Ala., on Feb. 20.
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Sydney Duncan holds a sign during a rally at the Alabama State House to draw attention to legislation introduced in Alabama that's aimed at restricting transgender people's access to medical care.
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