In her three years as a federal appeals court judge, U.S. Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett has consistently sided with police or prison guards accused of using excessive force, a Reuters review of cases she was involved in shows.
A new attack website put up by the Madison Cawthorn campaign includes an explicitly racist broadside against his opponent, Moe Davis (D-NC), for associating himself with people who want to “ruin white males.” For real. The website, MoeTaxes.com...
City leaders saw the threat but did not act: why arguments and rivalries among politicians and power groups allowed disaster to unfold
Sarah Jonesreading this and thinking about the fact that a rep from the health department back home in southwest VA told me that the virus was probably introduced to the area by locals who'd traveled to New York
The United States Senate should reject the nomination of Judge Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court.
We believed it was wrong for the Senate to consider this nomination in the first place given the...
After the 2008 financial crisis, research and policy focused on the risk that heavily interconnected networks could fuel the spread of economic crises—a problem known as systemic risk. A new analysis considers systemic risk in other sectors like...
If Zoom Dick has reinforced anything about journalism, it’s the reminder of a stark stratification in the industry.
Sarah Jones"You’re a figurative Toobin, or you’re writing 7 posts a day, wondering if you’ll be allowed back in the office to collect the stuff on your desk if you get let go in the looming next round of layoffs."