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Bernie-Warren coverage, political hobbyism, and the rise of two American oligarchs.
Warren and Bernie try to move on as conflict shakes 2020 primary
But fully exorcising the spat that led to their post-debate confrontation is proving more difficult than simply saying it’s over.
Why Mothers’ Choices About Work and Family Often Feel Like No Choice at All
Claire Cain Miller
When policymakers frame “choices” as personal preferences, it distracts from major structural constraints.
Joe Biden Says Age Is Just a Number
Mr. Biden interviews for The New York Times’s endorsement.
Private documents reveal what Wall Street really thinks about Elizabeth Warren
A big bank is warning its clients to expect serious pain.
Flipping the Texas House: Inside Democrats' effort to turn a red state blue
With his presidential hopes dashed, Beto O'Rourke has joined the Democrats' fight to take control of the Texas state House.
Temple University Press
It Matters That Elizabeth Warren Is a Woman
What do so many on the left insist that it doesn't?
‘Mighty Justice’ chronicles life of civil rights activist Dovey Johnson Roundtree
Born in 1914, Roundtree chronicles a life filled with herculean challenges, including the racism and rancor of her living situation as a maid for a wealthy white family
Two States. Eight Textbooks. Two American Stories.
We analyzed some of the most popular social studies textbooks used in California and Texas. Here’s how political divides shape what students learn about the nation’s history.
How a High Schooler Scooped Everyone on the Iowa Poll
Three times now, Arjav Rawal has tweeted the results before their official release, beating even CNN, a poll sponsor.
Bernie Sanders leads the Iowa Poll for the first time, just weeks before the Iowa caucuses
Des Moines Register
Des Moines Register
“There’s no denying that this is a good poll for Bernie Sanders,” said pollster J. Ann Selzer, president of Selzer & Co., which conducted the poll.
NH Primary Source: Presidential forum on ‘Our Rights, Our Courts’ planned for Feb. 8
The first presidential forum exclusively focused on the federal judiciary is being planned for just a few days before the first-in-the-nation primary.
Will Voter Suppression Backfire in Florida?
Republicans tried to stall voting rights for ex-felons. It didn’t go as planned.
Progressive Coalition Makes Case for Unity Deep Into Democratic Primary
Warren and Sanders aren’t necessarily competing for the same voters; some argue the path to the left seizing the Democratic nomination lies in cooperation.
Mayor Pete’s Invisible Black Police
Given the choice of superpowers, would you rather have the ability to fly or the power of invisibility?
Number Of Animals Feared Dead In Australia’s Wildfires Soars To Over 1 Billion
Ecologists at the University of Sydney and WWF Australia estimate that a billion is a conservative figure.
Why Harvey Weinstein Can’t Put Away His Phone
Even at his rape trial, the disgraced movie producer still can't seem to give up control.
Joe Biden’s Role in Creating the Student Debt Crisis Stretches Back to the 1970s
As a senator, Joe Biden supported several bills that contributed to the rise in borrowing from $1.8 billion in 1977 to $12 billion in 1989.
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