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John King and his panel of well-sourced reporters bring you their latest scoops on the most important political stories of the day. A reporter with three decades of experience covering the White House, Congress and the campaign trail, King has interviewed presidents, politicians and voters. He explains what political stories matter, and why they matter to you.

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John King and his panel of well-sourced reporters bring you their latest scoops on the most important political stories of the day. A reporter with three decades of experience covering the White House, Congress and the campaign trail, King has interviewed presidents, politicians and voters. He explains what political stories matter, and why they matter to you.

    Sunday, November 22: U.S. tops 12 million coronavirus cases as President Trump focuses on overturning election results

    Sunday, November 22: U.S. tops 12 million coronavirus cases as President Trump focuses on overturning election results

    As President Trump continues to contest the election,  one GOP congressman from Michigan tells Dana Bash "it's over" and that "we're Americans" and we need to let the voters, not the politicians speak.

    Plus, more than one million Americans received a coronavirus diagnosis in the last week, and a quarter of a million have died. The CDC is cautioning against Thanksgiving travel and indoor celebrations, but doctors say that's not enough to curb a post-Thanksgiving spike.

    And the chairman of the House Democratic Caucus says they are prepared to "stay in Washington for as long as necessary" to get pandemic aid to Americans & says Trump is "in the midst of a massive meltdown" right now.

    On today's show: Maggie Haberman of the New York Times and The Washington Post's Toluse Olorunnipa; Brown University School of Public Health Dean Dr. Ashish Shah and Dr. Megan Ranney of Brown University; House Democratic Caucus Chairman Rep. Hakeem Jeffries; Republican Congressman Fred Upton; The Daily Beast's Jackie Kucinich.

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    Sunday, November 15: President-elect Joe Biden prepares for the presidency as President Trump refuses to concede

    Sunday, November 15: President-elect Joe Biden prepares for the presidency as President Trump refuses to concede

    President-elect Joe Biden names his Chief of Staff and announces his coronavirus taskforce this week as he readies for the White House. Meanwhile President Trump is still in court, trying -- and failing -- to prove allegations of voting fraud.

    Plus, Governors across the country issue new rules this week to the curb out-of-control coronavirus spread, which is infecting more than 150,000 people and killing more than 1,000 every day.

    And how foreign leaders are reacting to the presidential election and preparing for a Biden Administration.

    On today's show: NPR's Asma Khalid and Michael Shear of the New York Times; CNN's Kaitlan Collins; Dr. Rochelle Walensky of Massachusetts General Hospital and Brown University School of Public Health Dean Dr. Ashish Shah; CNN's Christiane Amanpour; Jonathon Martin of the New York Times.

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    Sunday, November 8: President-Elect Joe Biden declares victory

    Sunday, November 8: President-Elect Joe Biden declares victory

    Joe Biden claims the presidency with a promise to unite and heal the country. Now, as he begins the presidential transition, top Republicans have yet to acknowledge his victory as President Trump has yet to concede.

    Plus, Democratic Congresswoman Ilhan Omar of Minnesota shares the significance of a Black woman in the White House, and how progressives plan to make their voices heard in a Biden Administration.

    And, a look at Trump's post-presidency and the sway he's still likely to hold over the Republican Party.

    On today's show: CNN's Jeff Zeleny and Laura Barron Lopez of Politico; Maggie Haberman of the New York Times and the Washington Post's Seung Min Kim; Democratic Congresswoman Ilhan Omar of Minnesota; former White House advisor Scott Jennings; Brown University School of Public Health Dean Dr. Ashish Shah.

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    Sunday, November 1: President Trump and Joe Biden make their closing cases for the presidency

    Sunday, November 1: President Trump and Joe Biden make their closing cases for the presidency

    Down in the polls, President Trump tries to defy odds for a second time. Meanwhile, Joe Biden spends the last two days of his campaign in critical Pennsylvania, hoping his home state will win him the White House. That, with more than half the states setting new case count records last week.

    Plus, as former president Barack Obama joined his former VP on the campaign trail in Michigan, Vice Presidential nominee Kamala Harris works to boost minority turnout in Sun Belt states.

    And, the President looks to translate big rally crowds into votes as he holds 17 rallies in his campaign's final four days.

    On today's show: CNN's Kaitlan Collins and Jonathon Martin of the New York Times; CNN's Abby Phillips and Lisa Lerer of the New York Times; Democratic Lt. Govs Garlin Gilchrist of Michigan and John Fetterman of Pennsylvania; Democratic strategist Paul Begala and GOP Strategist Alice Stewart.

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    Sunday, October 25: With Just Days Until Election Day, Coronavirus Cases Reach New Records

    Sunday, October 25: With Just Days Until Election Day, Coronavirus Cases Reach New Records

    At least five close advisers to Vice President Pence test positive for Covid-19, but he says he'll keep campaigning because he's considered "essential personnel." Meanwhile, the pandemic is raging in most of the country, with the number of new cases soaring past 80,000 a day for the first time.

    Plus, President Trump spends his weekend barnstorming the country, making his case for re-election, while Joe Biden opts for smaller, socially-distanced events.

    And documentary filmmaker Ken Burns looks back at the election of 1932 -- when an incumbent Republican president faced a national crisis with major electoral consequences.

    On today's show: CNN's Jeff Zeleny, Toluse Olorunnipa of The Washington Post, and Time Magazine's Molly Ball; Brown University School of Public Health Dean Dr. Ashish Shah and Dr. Megan Ranney of Brown University; Documentary Filmmaker Ken Burns.

     

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    Sunday, October 18: With two weeks to go, millions of Americans have already cast their ballots

    Sunday, October 18: With two weeks to go, millions of Americans have already cast their ballots

    With 22 million votes already cast and two weeks to go until Election Day, President Trump is campaigning as the underdog, hoping that personal attacks on Joe Biden will work as well as they did against Hillary Clinton in 2016. And while Biden leads in most battleground state polls, Democrats still haunted by 2016 say the race is closer than the polls say.

    Plus, as global coronavirus infections rise, how world leaders are preparing for the next wave.

    And, there are more than 350 voting-related lawsuits as states scramble to expand, or limit absentee voting.

    On today's show: Maggie Haberman of the New York Times and the Washington Post's Josh Dawsey; Brown University School of Public Health Dean Dr. Ashish Shah and Dr. Megan Ranney of Brown University; NPR's Asma Khalid and Lisa Lerer of the New York Times; CNN's Christiane Amanpour; Jim Rutenberg of the New York Times.

     

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