The New York Times
· Alabama’s Senate Race Most Negative in the Country →
The primary in Alabama is attracting national attention as the top pickup opportunity for Republicans in the Senate, with the Democratic senator, Doug Jones, facing an uphill battle in a state where President Trump often enjoys his highest approval ratings.
The China Post
· Biden unveils $2 trillion climate plan with energy revamp →
Biden said Trump and Republicans have embraced “backward-looking policies that will harm the environment” and “make communities less healthy.”
· Officer fatally shoots Michigan man after mask dispute leads to stabbing →
Republicans have opposed the order.
· Joe Biden signals possible support for ending filibuster that could completely change how US laws are made →
“It’s going to depend on how obstreperous [Senate Republicans] become” if he is president and they are in the minority, Mr Biden said, the New York Times reported.
· U.S. coronavirus updates: Parents are uneasy about sending kids back to school →
Most U.S. parents say it would be risky to send their children back to school in the fall — including a slim majority of Republicans and a staggering nine in 10 Black Americans — in this week's installment of the Axios-Ipsos Coronavirus Index.
· The GOP’s fate: What is good for America? →
For starters, this assumes that the Republicans are heading for a big loss (as is increasingly wise).
· Joni Ernst unveils new child care proposal amid tough re-election battle →
The primary will decide who has the right to take on incumbent Democratic Sen. Doug Jones in the heavily Republican seat, making it a coveted slot amid a year where Republicans have few chances to go on offense in Senate races.
· Jeff Sessions tries to overcome Trump opposition in Alabama Senate runoff →
WASHINGTON — Alabama Republicans are voting Tuesday to determine the political future of Jeff Sessions, settling a primary contest for the Senate seat that was upended by President Donald Trump's backing of former Auburn University football coach Tommy Tuberville.
· Trump has a strategy for discrediting Dr Fauci. And everyone in DC knows what will happen next →
You can't say that about the coronavirus when everyday people are seeing it in their own communities, their families, their social circles, and their emergency rooms,” said Bardella, a former spokesperson for Republicans on the House Oversight Committee.
The New York Times
· Republicans Said to Be Planning to Move Some Convention Events Outdoors →
With coronavirus cases surging in Florida, Republicans are planning to move the three nights of their national convention from an indoor arena to an outdoor venue in Jacksonville, but it’s still unclear how many people will be allowed to attend the events, people familiar with the discussions said Tuesday.