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Joe Biden says that Sen. Kamala Harris' story is 'America's story,' and that he made the right decision to select her as his running mate
Watch live: Biden and Harris speak in Delaware | Harris in pictures

Why Harris?: How a personal connection guided Biden's pick

Analysis: The message Harris sends as Biden's VP pick
For generations, picking a Black woman as a vice presidential running mate in America would have been a huge political risk. But Joe Biden's pick of Sen. Kamala Harris is seen as the safe choice -- which says something about the mood of the Democratic Party in a nation where minority candidates still face considerable racial prejudice.

Watch: 'So what?' Fox News host fires back at guest who corrected his pronunciation of Kamala Harris
Fox News host Tucker Carlson was corrected over his pronunciation of Kamala Harris by a guest on his show after presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden named her as his running mate.

Analysis: Fox News threw everything but the kitchen sink at Kamala Harris
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Opinion: Will Harris make a difference in November?
Commentators weigh in on Joe Biden's selection of Sen. Kamala Harris for his running mate. The views expressed in this commentary are their own.

Analysis: Who might be the next senator from California?
Joe Biden's selection Tuesday of Kamala Harris to be his vice presidential running mate immediately sets off a massive political fight to be the California senator's replacement if the Biden-Harris ticket wins on November 3.

The Republican Party just took another dangerous step
On Wednesday morning, the President of the United States tweeted congratulations to a Republican candidate who won a congressional runoff in Georgia on Tuesday.

Trump embraces candidate who promoted QAnon conspiracy theory
Top Republicans, including President Donald Trump and House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, are embracing their party's nominee for a House seat in Georgia, despite her history of racist and anti-Semitic remarks and promotion of the baseless QAnon conspiracy theory.

Opinion: In the Republican Party, the inmates are running the asylum
The lead sentence in an article in The New York Times on Tuesday was a bizarre, if fitting, encapsulation of the state of American politics today: "Conspiracy theorists won a major victory on Tuesday...."

 

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