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WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump and Democrat Joe Biden squared off, in a way, in dueling televised town halls that showcased striking differences in temperament, views on racial justice and approaches to a pandemic that has reshaped the nation.

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President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden were both forced to answer tough questions Thursday night during dueling town halls, as Trump vied for an elusive campaign reset while trying to defend his response to the coronavirus pandemic, his embrace of conspiracy theories and his stance on White supremacists under tough questioning from NBC's Savannah Guthrie.

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When helicopter-mom Maggie goes to visit her daughter Emma’s college dorm, she finds her room empty and her dormmates seeming less sisterly and more sinister. And of course, there’s the boy. The one listed as “future husband” on Emma’s phone. The one Maggie has never heard of. Helicopter-mom wants answers. And whoa. She finds them.

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TRUMP, on using the malaria drug for COVID-19: "There's tremendous promise based on the results and other tests. There's tremendous promise. — briefing Thursday.

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