Repeated claims of voter fraud levied by President Trump and Republican lawmakers were so baseless as to result in dozens of rejected lawsuits in state and federal courts and distracted from the real story of the 2020 election cycle: the ramped up efforts of suppressing the vote.
The science is clear: We have just one decade to radically shift our global economy and energy production or we will experience a catastrophic amount of global warming. So what are our options?
The U.S. is by far the most responsible nation indirectly involved in the Yemen conflict for the amount of indiscriminate violence towards Yemeni civilians.
Candidates are suspending their campaign, but we’re highlighting their foreign policy positions since they may influence the election and the next administration through their endorsements, interviews, and other means of networking.
Medicare For All opponents continue to repeat false claims about services that would be covered under this single-payer system. In reality, Medicare For All will increase choices for patients and doctors.
The U.S. crisis regarding student loan debt and rising higher education costs is unprecedented. The cost of doing nothing is damaging our economy and workforce, so what are our options?
With many candidates already back-pedaling on their stance about Medicare For All, we provide an easy-to-follow break down of the 2020 Democratic Presidential Candidates’ positions on Medicare For all and the Affordable Care Act.
Is the “Fight for 15” enough? Understanding the purpose and history of the minimum wage helps us to understand the presidential candidates’ stances, as well as our own.
In recent months, global attention has focused on the Amazon. However, deforestation is a world-wide crisis with severe consequences to which we all contribute.
Is voter confusion over the differences between Medicare For All, a public option, and other policies done by design? CNN health care policy writer, Tami Luhby, reports that support for Medicare For All has waned but often omits or overlooks contributing factors in her biased reporting.