2020 has been hard enough. The last thing the world needs this year is nuclear weapons.
In lieu of a plan for the virus, the president keeps assuring audiences that “only” older people will die.
100 years after the 19th amendment, we have so much to lose. But if we fight, how much more can we accomplish?
The president had just released an executive order calling America a “meritocracy” when records of his own tax avoidance came out.
I’m an immigrant domestic worker and I’ve lost my home. We need relief, regardless of our immigration status.
Right-wing judges want to delegitimize same-sex marriage, but these unions date back to the colonial era.
Endangered GOP incumbents are launching increasingly racialized attacks against their challengers.
Voting is more difficult than it should be in the best of times. In the pandemic, many states are adding barriers, not removing them.
Cheap oil is bankrupting the financial rationale for building the Keystone XL.
Chocolate is a food group in my home.
Wouldn’t it be better if we told our loved ones how we felt immediately, so they could live with that knowledge during their lives?
Even when air-quality alerts give parents the all clear, kids could still be breathing in dangerous chemicals.
All states should follow California’s example and make egg producers treat laying hens better.
Instead of letting chummy corporate boards and consultants set CEO pay, workers should vote on it themselves.
A new law that provides some financial security for children with disabilities says a lot about how to get things done in today’s politically divisive climate.
Instead of sponsors bringing the games to us, bowl games now bring us to the sponsors.