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Beiwei Kaishu is a distinctive calligraphy style that used to adorn street signs all over Hong Kong, but is now endangered. Type designer Adonian Chan is on a mission to save Beiwei Kaishu -- by digitizing it.

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A candidate from Georgia is in line to become the first member of Congress who has openly supported QAnon, the movement that spreads dangerous conspiracy theories. Watch what happened when CNN's Drew Griffin tried to ask her about her beliefs.

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Cindy McCain, the widow of longtime Republican Sen. John McCain of Arizona, endorsed Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden. CNN's David Chalian explains why this could have an impact on the US election.

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President Donald Trump ordered the Justice Department to ban bump stocks after the 2017 Las Vegas shooting and has focused on mental health as an underlying issue. Joe Biden has pledged to ban so-called assault weapons and take on the NRA and gun manufacturers.

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Israel entered its second coronavirus lockdown at the start of the Jewish New Year as Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu promoted a powerful image abroad despite struggles on the home front. CNN's Oren Liebermann reports.

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President Donald Trump advocates an "America First" mentality, at times putting him at odds with allies. Joe Biden promotes strengthening global alliances to tackle threats like climate change and authoritarianism.

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World leaders gathered virtually for the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) during the UN's historic 75th anniversary. Besides the fierce exchanges between the US President Donald Trump and Chinese Ambassador to the UN, Chinese President Xi Jinping made promises on fighting the climate c…

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Facebook VP Nick Clegg talks with Brian Stelter about the platform's latest efforts to address election misinformation. Clegg says Facebook will remove outright attempts at voter suppression and will "label any claim by a candidate where they prematurely claim victory."

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President Donald Trump's former national security adviser H.R. McMaster said that the President and other lawmakers are "making it easy" for Russian President Vladimir Putin by promoting conspiracy theories about US election integrity and Democratic nominee Joe Biden.

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Kanye West's presidential campaign has shelled out nearly $1.5 million to a secretive consulting firm in Arizona that is explicitly devoted to independent campaigns, but run by a man with a long history of controversial work for Republicans. CNN's Sara Murray reports.

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Vice President Mike Pence's national security adviser, retired Lieutenant General Keith Kellogg, called former coronavirus task force member Olivia Troye's allegations about President Donald Trump's response to the Covid-19 pandemic "egregious."

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(The Center Square) – Senate Republicans may not have until January to use their razor-thin majority to approve a replacement for the late U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, thanks to an Arizona Senate election currently looking good for Democrats. 

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Breonna Taylor was shot eight times by Louisville police after officers forced their way inside her home during an attempted drug raid in March.

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Battleground states are critical to winning the White House and Florida is a battleground state like no other. CNN's Harry Enten explains what makes the Sunshine State so unique and what that means for the 2020 election.

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US President Donald Trump blamed China for the coronavirus in his recorded speech to the United Nations General Assembly. CNN's Nic Robertson and Richard Roth report.

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Faced with a surge in coronavirus cases, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced new measures to combat the virus in England, including restrictions - enforceable by the police - on how people can socialize. CNN's Scott McLean reports from Westminster.

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The death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg -- followed by Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell's statement that "Trump's nominee will receive a vote on the floor of the United States Senate" -- created a stark choice for the 53 GOP senators that boils down to this: Just how loy…