Updated at 5:45 p.m. ET A few dozen cars at a drive-in rally in suburban Pennsylvania honked in unison as Democratic nominee Joe Biden blasted President Trump's handling of the coronavirus. In North Carolina, Trump told a packed crowd: "COVID, COVID, COVID. By the way, on Nov. 4, you won't hear about it anymore." With 10 days to go before Election Day, the president is zipping across the country on Air Force One, holding large rallies and trying to replicate the energy of his first campaign's...
Turkey growers describe this time of year as the industry’s Super Bowl, when orders for turkeys start rolling in. But Thanksgiving will be different this year because of the pandemic. Rick Hermonot said it’s still a little early to know how many people will order smaller turkeys from his farm in Sterling. “We’re wondering because folks are not having as large a gathering,” he said. “But orders have been coming in so far. They look pretty typical. People wanting 12-pounders all the way up to...
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