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07/22/2024 --oanow
The presidential campaign seemed destined to be a slog featuring two candidates, Biden and Trump, who voters didn't really want. That changed on Sunday, just 107 days before the election.
07/22/2024 --npr
President Biden is passing the torch to Vice President Harris, which changes the narrative of the race against former President Donald Trump.
07/21/2024 --nbcnews
Donald Trump’s political team has been preparing to run against Vice President Kamala Harris for weeks, something they got one step closer to on Sunday after President Joe Biden said he is dropping out of the 2024 race.
07/21/2024 --journalstar
Garner Industries plans to sell the land where the remains of its manufacturing plant sit after a tornado blew through the area and took the company’s operation with it.
07/21/2024 --bismarcktribune
Even before Joe Biden’s stunning withdrawal, Kamala Harris was widely viewed as the favorite to replace him on the ticket. But her nomination is hardly a sure thing.
07/21/2024 --nbcnews
Joe Biden can't just sign over his delegates to Kamala Harris after dropping out and endorsing her. Still, she has a big head start on the process.
07/18/2024 --journalstar
Former Nebraska Sen. Ben Sasse announced Thursday he will step down as president of the University of Florida at the end of the month because of his wife's health issues.
07/18/2024 --journalstar
The governor called for a "hard cap" on local governments' yearly spending increases and for the state to take over the majority of funding for Nebraska's public schools.