Between drafts of opinions, justices have changed their votes and reasonings before.
Those with money still have cash to spend, but the have-nots may find it takes more to get by.
The autopsy showed pancreatitis, caused by a common bacterium. The baby’s parents had declined vaccination.
Conservative white voters, even since the days of the founders, feared non-white voters would outnumber them.
A law barring sales to those younger than 21 is little different than other age restrictions.
An informal integration has worked well during the covid pandemic. It’s time to make this permanent.
You can’t enforce stricter gun laws while cutting back on law enforcement and incarceration.
Children, already braced for the next shooting, are beg to be protected. Our inaction values guns more.
The contrast between public expectations and a shifting narrative of police response raises questions.
As pain eases for most, it complicates efforts to use that urgency to pass legislation after mass shootings.
Recent legislation, a court decision and lack of resources have made resolving drug crimes difficult.
The League of Women Voters wants to hear from candidates and voters during the election season.
A memorial to gun violence on the National Mall should testify to our inability to save ourselves.
Why? Because federal research into causes and possible solutions hadn’t begun until this September.
President Biden said the U.S. would accept 100,000 refugees, but immigration rules have prevented even that.
A foreign correspondent returns from war and chaos to a cemetery’s stone bench to remember and breath.
Content to let the outrage pass until the next shooting, Republicans won’t consider any ideas.
The old lines of debate centered on reforms that would do little; let’s concentrate on effective ideas.
The First Amendment’s protections are broad, up until words and actions cross the line into violence.
Layoffs are rising but most are quickly finding work, providing a better balance of jobs and workers.