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  1. Trump Vs. Biden: Former President's Lead Drops To 1 Point, Net Buzz Rating Hits 10-Month Low After Guilty Verdict

    By Chris Katje Voters will head to the polls in less than five months to choose between President Joe Biden and Donald Trump in the 2024 presidential election. Election polls continue to show a close race between the two leading candidates. What Happened: A guilty verdict against Tr
  2. Trump Vs. Biden: 2024 Presidential Candidates Neck-And-Neck With 1 Point Difference Following Independent Voters Recent Poll Shift

    By Chris Katje A highly anticipated head-to-head rematch between President Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump likely awaits voters in the 2024 presidential election. Election polls continue to show a close race between the two leading candidates. What Happened: Biden and Tr
  3. Trump Vs. Biden: One Candidate Gains In 2024 Election Poll Of Swing State Voters, Who Is Hurt The Most By Kennedy Jr.

    By Chris Katje For the first time since 1892, two candidates who have served as the U.S. president will likely be facing off as the top candidates in the 2024 presidential election. The race between Donald Trump and current President Joe Biden is less than six months away and expec
  4. Trump Vs. Biden: Hush Money Trial Fails To Dampen Support, Trump Maintains 1-Point Lead In 2024 Election Poll

    By Chris Katje With less than six months until voting day, registered voters will soon head to the polls for an anticipated head-to-head rematch between President Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump in the 2024 presidential election. Election polls are showing a close race
  5. More Money, More Streams: Netflix, Disney+, AppleTV+ And Hulu See Higher Usage Among Wealthier Americans

    By Chris Katje Despite feeling overwhelmed by the growing number of streaming platforms, Americans continue to subscribe, and a new survey reveals the most popular choices among middle-income levels compared to others. What Happened: Even as consumer face financial pressure to redu
  6. Inflation is now ‘moving more sideways than down’—and it could keep the Fed from cutting rates anytime soon 

    By Dylan Sloan, Alena Botros Wall Street woke up to a nasty surprise this morning: Fueled by rising rents and gas prices, U.S. inflation rose slightly to 3.2% year over year last month, according to Bureau of Labor Statistics data . After a two-year run of interest-rate hikes to co
  7. Trump Vs. Biden: Former President's Lead Falls In 2024 Election Poll, Biden Hits Record High Among Democratic Voters

    By Chris Katje The 2024 presidential election could see voters select between the same two candidates that faced off in the 2020 presidential election. In that election, Joe Biden defeated Donald Trump . National polls of registered voters continue to show a close race for the 2024
  8. Americans Appear More Amenable to Autocracy in 2024

    By Philip Elliott This article is part of The D.C. Brief, TIME’s politics newsletter. Sign up here to get stories like this sent to your inbox. It was meant, as ever, as a softball question for his pal, but former President Donald Trump couldn’t just take the gimme from Sean Hannit
  9. 'He did nothing': Internet shuts down Marjorie Taylor Greene as she brags about Donald Trump's 'policies' that are 'winning'

    By Deepti Chadha WASHINGTON, DC: As the election year edges closer, Republican Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene has time and again continued to showcase her support for former President Donald Trump . This time, she did so with the help of a poll that focused on the seven key s