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Congress used to like to pass spending bills before an election. Representatives could return home to campaign and say, "Look what we did for you!"

But with 13.6 million people out of work, Congress may not pass a new coronavirus relief bill. Both parties may feel, in today's fractious politics, they can fire up their supporters best if they don't compromise, and blame the other party.

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Rita Wilson Wants You To Get Your Flu Shot

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Saturday is a big day for the future of the country.

President Trump is set to formally announce his nominee to replace the late-Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

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