Federal COVID-19 supports for Canadians with disabilities are too little, too late, advocates say
News/Politics: More than six months into the global pandemic, the Liberal government is being accused of failing to meet the needs of the Canadians with disabilities who are among those hardest-hit by the public health crisis.
Trump opens Wisconsin rally blasting Biden for 'disastrous global sellouts' that 'surrendered' US jobs
President Trump started off his Thursday rally in Mosinee, Wis., by slamming his 2020 opponent Joe Biden, accusing the Delaware Democrat of overseeing mass outsourcing of American jobs, and "selling out" the Midwest's industry.
Biden is asked if he benefited from White privilege
During a CNN town hall in Pennsylvania, Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden addresses how "the talk" within Black families about police interaction will be different under his administration, and if he believes he's benefited off White privilege.
Judge blocks Postal Service changes that slowed mail delivery
A U.S. judge on Thursday granted a request to temporarily block controversial Postal Service changes that have been accused of slowing mail nationwide, calling them "a politically motivated attack " ahead of the 2020 presidential election.
Washington, D.C., mail-in voting: What to know
As the United States prepares to hold a presidential election in the midst of a deadly pandemic, jurisdictions across the country have adjusted how they are holding their elections to minimize in-person contact at the polls, including Washington, D.C.