Reading Time: 7 minutesAnother excerpt from Jon Larsen’s book, The Perfect Assignment: A Memoir of Journalism in the Golden Age.
Reading Time: 3 minutesAs Congress debates cuts to the economically troubled US Postal Service, proponents of voting by mail will need to navigate through a series of other obstacles if they want to
Reading Time: 3 minutesRecent attacks on the US Postal Service may seem timed to the upcoming election. But the fact is that Republicans starving the agency for funds has been a long-standing trend in Washington.
Reading Time: 4 minutesHelen Butler, executive director of the Georgia Coalition for the People’s Agenda and a member of the Morgan County Board of Elections, knows that her state needs more funds i
Reading Time: 5 minutesSince narrowly losing the 2018 Georgia gubernatorial race in an election marred by voter suppression, Democrat Stacey Abrams has been traveling the country to advocate for exp
Reading Time: 4 minutesThe widely published image of a clear and bright Beijing, China — a city otherwise often covered under a sooty fog — offers hope that there could be a silver lining to this devastating pandemic.
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Reading Time: 3 minutesMost Americans agree on background checks for gun purchases, lower prescription drug prices, and the need to take on climate change.
Reading Time: 4 minutesThe Founding Fathers devised a political system with the goal of preventing a man of low morals and shady character from leading the United States.
The core issue around which Michael Cohen’s explosive claims revolve is lying. Cohen admits that he lied in the past, but says that he did so at the direction of Donald Trump. In this week’s congressional hearings, the Republican committee members focused on lying, said that Cohen cannot be trusted now because he had lied before, and implied that they themselves would never lie.
Efforts to pass bills attacking Palestine solidarity movement have failed to pass by regular means.
In this video, Luke Rudkowski of WeAreChange gives you the latest breaking news on Alex Jones going against Marco Rubio in the halls of the Senate. This took place during the hearings by Congress of Jack Dorsey, CEO of Twitter (who was grilled over alleged anti-conservative bias on the site) and the COO of Facebook, Sheryl Sandberg.
Israel must release child prisoners immediately, lawmaker says.
The practice of gerrymandering has subverted US democracy for more than 200 years. Now it finally seems as though voters are fed up with being disenfranchised in this way and are pushing for changes through grassroots movement.The reason legislators have so often drawn their own odd-looking district lines for nearly as long as the United States has existed is obvious. Because it is an effective way to keep winning races. For example, in the special election for Alabama’s Senate seat, the winning candidate, Democrat Doug Jones, won the popular vote by 1.5 percent.
Congress’s efforts to enact a controversial tax bill have been grabbing most of the headlines. That legislation is something the GOP majority in Congress wants to do — it does not have to do it.
How fast is too fast?A powerful food-industry lobby group is asking the Trump administration to reverse an Obama-era decision that limited speeds on chicken-processing lines. Animal rights advocates and worker activists claim that such a move would be illegal and dangerous, but the trade association has been working hard to ensure its petition is heard — and acted upon.At the heart of the dispute is a rule restricting how many chickens can be processed per minute. The National Chicken Council (NCC) wants the regulation lifted so plants could process 175 chickens per minute, up from 140.
We Are Change Senator Rand Paul condemned adding the Balkan nation Montenegro to NATO in an epic speech on the House floor earlier this week. Paul introduced an Amendment 199 and proclaimed, “they want to rubber stamp, they want no debates, and they want to send your kids to war with no debate,” speaking about his fellow constituents.
We Are Change On Thursday, the Transportation Security Administration chief administrator claimed before the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee that the agency is no longer going after whistleblowers.