Jan. 6 was disturbing, but the real threat to democracy has continued its erosion at the state level.
Republicans are backing the Electoral Count Act, but it can’t be a bait-and-switch for voting rights reforms.
It’s no longer used as leverage to improve legislation but is simply about blocking the will of the majority.
Reserving care for the most likely to survive leaves difficulties in how doctors, others make that call.
Fox’s Hannity might have a point about journlistic protections; if only he hadn’t denied being a journalist.
His relative silence on Jan. 6 is about timing, not about regret for the insurrection he spurred on.
Even before rebates, most electrics show comparable costs to gas-powered cars after five years.
Long opposed by other restaurants, food trucks continue to gain acceptance and favor from diners.
When we’re divided on whether the events at the U.S. Capitol were insurrection or tourism, what do we honor?
As the flu surged in its second year then, fatigue and removal of mitigation measures made things worse.
Both parties may seek to use them — or ignore them — for their own benefit. Stayed focused on their purpose.
More than alerting the public to the threats to democracy, media outlets need to focus on its heroes.
Covid and inflation have combined to increase the need and cause donations to feed fewer than before.
While the FDA has approved it, too many concerns about Aduhelm’s effectiveness and price remain.
After surviving 2020, we put too much faith in 2021 to exceed our expectations. That was our mistake.
Build Back Better’s provisions to cut drug costs could hurt those dealing with rare diseases.
If theaters can remain open in the face of surging omicron cases, so should classrooms.
While encouraged for much of U.S. history, surging nativist sentiment is blocking any return of the policy.
A state task for has studied the issue and shown the benefits to lower-income families and children.
Dramatic, singular solutions won’t help us avoid or cope with societal collapse; community will.