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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, 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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    Sunday, October 11: White House doctor clears Trump for public appearances

    Sunday, October 11: White House doctor clears Trump for public appearances

    Just a week after being hospitalized with Covid-19, President Trump has scheduled three campaign rallies in the next three days. But his doctor still isn't answering many questions about the President's health.

    Plus, fears of a second wave of coronavirus as the U.S. reports its largest number of new cases since mid-August.

    And, with just three weeks to go until Election Day, a look at the presidential race battlegrounds Arizona and Florida.

    On today's show: Dr. Rochelle Walensky of Massachusetts General Hospital; Toluse Olorunnipa of the Washington Post and The Daily Beasts' Jackie Kucinich; Dr. Ali Mokdad of University of Washington; Politico's Marc Caputo and Yvonne Wingett-Sanchez of The Arizona Republic; Moody's Economist Mark Zandi.

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    Sunday, October 4: President Trump remains hospitalized with 30 days until Election Day

    Sunday, October 4: President Trump remains hospitalized with 30 days until Election Day

    A hospitalized President Trump declares he is "starting to feel good" as White House doctors and top aides sow confusion over the President's health,

    .Plus, as Wisconsin posts record numbers of coronavirus cases, Lt. Gov. Mandela Barnes says colder weather and a lack of federal leadership is to blame.

    And, with just weeks left in the presidential race the President is off the campaign trail and his signature rallies are postponed. Meanwhile, Joe Biden is increasing his in-person events.

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    Sunday, September 27: Trump nominates Barrett to Supreme Court

    Sunday, September 27: Trump nominates Barrett to Supreme Court

    President Trump has nominated Judge Amy Coney Barrett to fill the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg's seat, cementing the Court's  6-3 conservative majority. Republicans say they have the votes to confirm her before Election Day-- and before the Court hears arguments over the Affordable Care Act.

    And, coronavirus cases are still climbing as doctors warn Americans to brace for the fall and winter months.

    Plus, Pennsylvania's Lt. Gov. John Fetterman pushes back on President Trump's attacks on mail-in ballots in the crucial battleground state.

    On today's show: CNN's Joan Biskupic and Seung Min Kim of the Washington Post; Brown University School of Public Health Dean Dr. Ashish Shah and Dr. Megan Ranney of Brown University; former Democratic Governor Deval Patrick and former Republican Senator Rick Santorum; Pennsylvania Lt. Gov. John Fetterman.

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    Sunday, September 20: Remembering Justice Ginsburg's life and legacy

    Sunday, September 20: Remembering Justice Ginsburg's life and legacy

    Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has died. A look at her legal-- and cultural-- legacy as the second woman to serve on the high court, and as a champion for gender equality.

    Plus, as President Trump looks to nominate his third Supreme Court justice, Democratic Senator Dick Durbin says the pick could threaten the future of the Affordable Care Act.

    And, coronavirus cases are rising in 31 states and President Trump says a vaccine will be ready by April. But, some health experts are pushing back on that timeline.

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    Sunday, September 13: Trump defends his decision to downplay coronavirus

    Sunday, September 13: Trump defends his decision to downplay coronavirus

    President Trump pushes back on criticism that he was slow to respond to the coronavirus at the start of the pandemic, as experts warn of a "deadly December."

    Plus, Pennsylvania voters set a record for mail-in ballots requested, and Democratic Congresswoman Chrissy Houlahan says she's worried the President is raising doubts on November's election results.

    And, as infections rise on college campuses across the country, the University of Arizona is betting on a unique way to keep its students healthy--wastewater coronavirus detection.

    On today's show: Brown University School of Public Health Dean Dr. Ashish Shah and Dr. Megan Ranney of Brown University; The New York Times' Maggie Haberman and Amy Walter of the Cook Political Report; Rep. Chrissy Houlahan (D) Pennsylvania; Republican Pollster Ed Goeas and Democratic Pollster Margie Omero; University of Arizona President Dr. Robert Robbins.

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