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  • Battleground Michigan

    06:28
  • The pro-Trump kids of TikTok

    06:49
  • NBA's Atlanta Hawks turn arena into Election 2020 polling place

    07:08
  • A different kind of mayor

    07:24
  • Meet Ohio's powerful voting bloc: Undecided suburban women

    06:36
  • The fight for Staten Island

    05:24
  • How might Judge Amy Coney Barrett rule?

    02:44
  • Can Mississippi elect its first Black senator since the 1880s?

    07:10
  • Ballot counting chaos: Is Pennsylvania ready for election day?

    07:53
  • Pennsylvania's counting chaos

    07:53
  • How Trump's border wall is becoming a reality

    06:18
  • Latinx small business owners favor President Trump

    01:38
  • California wildfires: Inside a destroyed winery in Napa Valley

    01:22
  • Demanding justice on the streets of Louisville

    08:27
  • Brokering peace on the South Side

    08:07
  • Young Gen-Zers strive for the right to vote

    02:25
  • How are Joe Biden and President Trump faring with Millennial and Gen Z voters?

    01:54
  • The West Coast's fiery future

    06:30
  • School safety during COVID: Officials grapple with reopening

    07:19
  • Loosening the grip of restraint: Investigating allegations of abuse at youth homes

    07:35

Do conventions matter?

06:42

Once upon a time, the political conventions were a big deal. More recently, they've become pageants. And this year, they went totally remote. NBC's Jacob Soboroff asks the obvious question: do we even need them?