Like 1994’s Contract with America, the Commitment will be used after the election to claim this is what Americans want.
Those over 65, those with health problems and those not boosted in the last six months should get their jabs.
There’s agreement the court has shifted but debate about what standards are behind its decisions.
The CDC gave the governor an out from bad policy that has cost state workers theirs jobs.
Gov. Inslee and Sen. Murray say removal isn’t feasible in the ‘near term.’ Neither is species’ survival.
A tax reform act in 1969 set national rules for philanthropic giving, providing a template for campaign finance.
Amazon is collecting its Ring videos into a TV show, turning surveillance into something ‘fun.’
Laws regarding segregation changed in the 1950s, but the fight Edwin Walker and others went carried on.
While the history isn’t spotless, church communities across the nation have welcomed refugees.
The federal infrascture plan is spending more on Amtrak than to upgrade failing water and sewer systems.
A White House conference is considering steps, but control of Congress may determine what’s adopted.
Vaccination for the disease, which can lead to various cancers, faced an uphill climb, even before covid.
Being quick with an opinion — rather than sitting on the fence to watch and listen — may not be working for us.
Both Presidents Trump and Biden vowed to bring back manufacturing. There’s a better way for better jobs.
Trump’s and Biden’s economic sanctions created the refugee crisis. The onus is on the U.S. to fix this.
The White House should address human rights and Iran’s activities in the Middle East and Africa.
The FBI has the means and drive for counterintelligence work related to the Mar-a-Lago documents.
While the worst may be past, history shows that such declarations limit still necessary public health efforts.
Trump gets attention. Fox gets ratings. But Republicans think they can say any fool thing and still win.
The civil lawsuit alleges fraud, but it could lead to an IRS investigation and criminal charges.