Considering Breonna Taylor’s death, police shootings, and human rights.
A fundamental building block of our system makes it nearly impossible to fix.
The lousy hybrid option has been scrapped in favor of a worthless virtual one.
A marked rise in shooting deaths is going largely unnoticed.
Outside agitators, including white supremacist groups, are shaping public perception of the George Floyd protests.
Conferences, sporting events, and even school has been canceled to avoid spreading the pandemic.
Republicans are half as likely to take the outbreak seriously.
It’s time for the last Democratic debate of 2019, and the stage will be smaller than it has at any time in the past.
Wednesday night’s debate drew the smallest television audience of any of the debates so far.
Former Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick isn’t exactly starting out on the right foot.
The fifth Democratic debate brought some candidate clashes, but hardly the no-holds-barred type of event you might expect for this late in the pre-primary process.
Taking a look at the state of the race as Democratic prepare to clash in tonight’s fifth debate.
Chick-Fil-A is ending its charitable giving to organizations that oppose LGBT rights, and conservatives are predictably freaking out.
Bowing to Immense political pressure to pay college athletes will dramatically change the game.
The oldest living former President has some reflections on age and the strains of the office.
Democrat Jon Ossoff has thrown his hat in the ring to challenge David Perdue for Georgia’s Senate seat in 2020.
Georgia Senator Johnny Isakson will retire at the end of 2019, setting up a contest in 2020 to fill the remainder of his term.
After coming under attack from within his own party, former Vice-President Joe Biden has changed his position on the Hyde Amendment.
Quietly, Elizabeth Warren has been campaigning and putting out policy proposals while also appearing to gain ground on her closest rival, Bernie Sanders.
The cost of Trump’s trade policies are well beyond the cost of soy beans.
Stacey Abrams, best known for losing the race for Governor of Georgia in 2018, is still apparently thinking of getting in the race. Her chances seem slim at best.
The narrow loser of the Georgia governor’s race has left open the possibility of running for President.
The Supreme Court has agreed to accept a group of cases dealing with the issue of whether or not existing civil rights laws bar discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity.
For their 2020 convention, Democrats are headed to the Midwest.
A confidential agreement has ended a collusion suit filed against the National Football League in 2017.
A death penalty case from Alabama raises First Amendment issues that the Supreme Court chose to brush aside.
A Mississippi law that seeks to ban most abortions after 15 weeks was struck down by a Federal District Court Judge.