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Since FDR’s New Deal, the minimum wage has spurred consumer spending and the economy.
White journalists should know there’s no place for it, and that there’s no defense for having used it.
The now-bankrupt energy company was a major force for deregulation it wanted to spread nationwide.
The Covax initiative is welcome news, but it’s been slow in getting shots into arms across the globe.
History shows that taking vaccines across borders is effective, but travel is also what spreads disease.
For starters, it may take two to three years for a return to full employment and its inflationary pressures.
People describe the objects that hadn’t existed before the pandemic and now carry so much meaning.
States’ tax revenues didn’t take as big a hit as feared but their economies need help sustaining jobs.
The Biden administration should reconsider a rule change that would cut medication reimbursements.
Senate Bill 5051 expands the work of the Criminal Justice Training Commission beyond its policy duties.
As they have grown in number in Congress, Republican women are taking leadership in party messaging.
Ten years ago, Texas was warned it must winterize its grid; we got lower and lower taxes instead.
When truth no longer matters and there are no consequences, why should a politician worry about legacy?
The president will need to work not with Republicans but with local communities on his infrastructure plans.
Legislation that would aid the state’s foster kids and working families makes economic and moral sense.
If the Chicago Tribune is sold to Alden, its newsroom will face deep cuts to produce cash flow.
Limbaugh and his disparaging attacks on political foes provided lessons Trump would use as president.
Biden is likely to seek diversity in his bench nominations. Younger jurists should be part of that.
McConnell and others are content to let others stand against Trump. That may prove ineffective.
The minority leader — as he has done before — fits his argument to the moment, not his past statements.