The glut of new films, marking the 25th anniversary of the unrest, are imperfect but panoramic portrayals of the events that shook the city and the nation.
A federal lawsuit challenges a decades-old vestige of Jim Crow, and opens up new questions about the current state of the ballot.
Instead of fixing its core issues, a potential new amendment to the bill only highlights the problems with the effort to replace Obamacare.
This time, judges found the statehouse maps to be intentional racial gerrymanders.
New research suggests the health law’s Medicaid expansion might have expanded the electorate.
Even after the failure of the Republicans’ health-care bill, there are still significant ways Trump and his allies can roll back the Affordable Care Act’s provisions.
New data shows just how arbitrary premium increases might be for Americans if the GOP plan becomes law.
The new Republican provision to allow states to deny health assistance for lacking employment will only make the program worse.
The bill cuts the deficit and lowers premiums for the wealthy and healthy by squeezing the poor, old, and sick out of health-care markets and government-benefit programs.
What’s in the House GOP’s new scheme to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act
The musician and executive producer of the WGN historical drama discusses the contemporary relevance of telling marginalized stories.
Leaked draft legislation of a Republican Obamacare replacement shows a policy that might leave many Americans even farther behind.
Residents of the U.S. territories can’t vote in federal elections, so they’re tapping into crowdfunding to try to change that.
How differences fundamentally shape even our smallest rituals
A new comprehensive study finds evidence that strict voting laws do suppress the ballot along racial lines.
A proposal from the House GOP to dismantle Obamacare would also fundamentally alter the way Medicaid works.
The nominee for CMS administrator has already implemented a harsh model for the country’s public insurance programs in Indiana.
A new history of the most famous lynching in the country provides context on how racism continues to work in the present.
The winner in the fight between keeping Obamacare and rolling it back might be something else entirely.
In a debate Tuesday night, Senator Ted Cruz made it clear that nothing is happening yet.