A retiree, a factory worker, a Boy Scout leader and a college student - these voters live in some of the most competitive counties in America's presidential battleground states, places set to play an outsized role in the 2020 presidential election. Here's a look at what influences their votes.
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U.S. Senate rejects Saudi arms sales in rebuke to Trump
The U.S. Senate on Thursday voted to block the sale of billions of dollars in military sales to Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and other countries, rejecting President Donald Trump's decision to sidestep Congress' review of such deals by declaring an emergency over Iran.
From T-shirts to ice cream, Kroger pushes house brands in grocery wars
Multicolored, sparkly ice cream is an unlikely battleground in U.S. grocery stores. But Kroger Co believes products like Kroger Best Unicorn Swirl ice cream will help it win market share from Walmart Inc, Aldi and Amazon.com Inc.
Trump says he is ready to press China's Xi on case of two detained Canadians
U.S. President Donald Trump on Thursday said he was prepared to raise the case of two Canadians detained by Beijing with Chinese President Xi Jinping, an act that could potentially ease a major dispute between Canada and China.
Fed rate-cut hints power S&P 500 to all-time high
A rally on Wall Street lost strength on Thursday after the S&P 500 index touched a record high, powered by the Federal Reserve's signals that it could cut interest rates as early as July to combat growing risks to global and domestic growth.
China's Xi says world hopes North Korea-U.S. talks can succeed
The world hopes North Korea and the United States can talk to each other and for those talks to be successful, Chinese President Xi Jinping told North Korean leader Kim Jong Un on Thursday, praising Pyongyang's efforts toward denuclearization.
Exclusive: Colombian armed groups recruiting desperate Venezuelans, army says
Venezuela's crisis is spilling across the border into Colombia as Marxist rebels and right-wing paramilitaries recruit migrants to strengthen their ranks, according to five Colombian military commanders.
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