Jeb Barnes, USC Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences So much for gridlock. President Joe Biden’s US$1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief plan is moving steadily through a series of crucial votes in the House and Senate. Its progress toward passage is part of a process known as “reconciliation,” […]
The special gifts I’ve arranged for special people. By Jim Hightower | December 16, 2020 Ho ho ho, wait till you hear about the gifts I gave to some of America’s power elites for Christmas. To each of our Congress critters, I sent my fondest wish that from now on […]
By Chris Krug | The Center Square/December 13th, 2020 (The Center Square) – The 538 electors within the Electoral College will cast their votes on Monday. This has historically been an uneventful, check-the-box moment in the process of electing a president. But in a year brimming with eventfulness, what […]
Jeff Inglis, The Conversation On Dec. 14, the members of the Electoral College will meet in state capitols across the country and cast their ballots for president and vice president. The expected vote total: 306 for Democrat Joe Biden and 232 for Republican Donald Trump. It will be […]
The poll of nearly 500 registered voters in Georgia comes ahead of the start of early voting for the January 5 runoff election. Errin Haines Originally published by The 19th More than 80 percent of Black women said they “care a good deal about who wins” the Georgia […]
Sen. David Perdue Sold His Home to a Finance Industry Official Whose Organization Was Lobbying the Senate
ProPublica is a Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative newsroom. Sign up for The Big Story newsletter to receive stories like this one in your inbox. This story was originally published in ProPublica By Robert Faturechi / ProPublica Sen. David Perdue, R-Ga., sold his Washington, D.C., home last year to a […]
Kate Bedingfield, Jen Psaki, Karine Jean-Pierre and Symone Sanders will be among those overseeing communications for the incoming administration. Errin Haines Originally published by The 19th
President Donald Trump tripped on history in a 4th of July speech, during which he praised airports’ role in the American Revolutionary War.
New York’s screwed in DC, the nation’s capital, and so is California. But where is the outrage?