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    Former Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr. in Wilmington, Del., last week. He will address the convention on Thursday.
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    Democrats Nominate Biden for President, Delivering Long-Sought Prize

    In a virtual roll call showcasing its diversity, the party rewarded Joe Biden with the nomination he has pursued intermittently since 1988. The long-awaited victory is a triumph of personal and political endurance.

    By Alexander Burns and

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      John Kerry constantly made the case for Joseph R. Biden Jr.’s foreign policy credentials on the road this year as he stumped for his former Senate colleague across Iowa and New Hampshire.
      CreditCalla Kessler/The New York Times

      News Analysis

      Much Changed World, Same Joe Biden Seeking to Undo What Trump Has Done

      Night 2 of the Democratic National Convention focused on how much work awaits the next president, and all the reasons Democrats think voters should trust Mr. Biden with the job.

      By Katie GlueckMatt Flegenheimer and

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      A Postal Service employee delivering mail in Washington on Tuesday. Delays in mail delivery and shorter post office hours have been reported across the country.
      CreditMichael Reynolds/EPA, via Shutterstock

      Postal Service Suspends Changes After Outcry Over Delivery Slowdown

      Policy changes by the postmaster general prompted allegations that the Trump administration was trying to disenfranchise voters before the 2020 election.

      By Emily CochraneHailey FuchsKenneth P. Vogel and


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