Blocks from the Capitol, residents and business owners must pass through military checkpoints to go about their day.
The key to guaranteeing staffers’ health and well-being is relatively simple.
The congresswoman tested positive for COVID-19 after sheltering with Republicans who refused to wear masks.
And the threat to the U.S. government hasn’t passed.
The politicians who have enabled Trump did not expect the president’s followers to ever break through the glass windows of the Capitol and ascend the Senate dais.
Long-term-care residents who have been confined to their rooms for months have to wait a bit longer before they can finally receive a vaccine.
Progressives’ message in the Senate runoffs could find traction in an unexpected place.
The story of the coronavirus in the state is one of government inaction in the name of freedom and personal responsibility.
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The battle for the party’s future has begun.
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With each dismissive comment he makes about his own experience with the virus, the president minimizes the suffering of an ever-growing share of Americans.
The president’s behavior threatens the very employees charged with taking care of him.
This is the progressive case for court packing in a nutshell: “If your wallet is stolen, you don’t forgo efforts to recover it just because it might be stolen again.”
Say the Democrats win. Then what?
Sean McElwee has a simple message for his compatriots: Rigid doctrinarianism doesn’t win elections.
Unless police and political leaders begin to crack down on the armed vigilantes monitoring protests, more bloodshed could soon follow the killings in Kenosha.
The party is betting that support for restrictions is more likely to attract moderate voters than turn them off.
The parade of GOP defectors speaking on the DNC’s first night seemed to confirm progressives’ worst fears about a potential Biden administration.
They’re hoping that the vice-presidential nominee will be as malleable as Joe Biden.