The Trump administration could send billions of dollars in emergency funds to local schools that are disastrously underfunded because of the pandemic.
President Trump's attacks on immigration show how desperately we need reform, and there are a number of ways we can get there.
The PPP wasn't perfect, but it was designed to reduce the number of people laid off as a result of the pandemic and lockdowns. It did that.
Fight fiercely for your political principles. Punch hard and punch often. But don't presume your opponents are inherently evil.
The Trump administration's lawsuit pushing for the repeal of the Affordable Care Act is even more dangerous as the country faces a national pandemic.
After a dance at my school in a mostly white neighborhood, my friends and I — all Black kids — were stopped by a cop with his gun drawn. We were 12.
We don't need more unnecessary confrontations between police and citizens. But we could use shame, peer pressure, and mask-enforcement bouncers.
Mental health in the UK's COVID-19 lockdown is a brewing crisis that could cause more damage than the virus itself
More than half of UK adults have seen their mental health deteriorate during the pandemic. The crisis could cause more damage than the virus itself.
It's not "reopen the economy" or "get a handle on the virus." The economy is not going to open unless we actually fight the pandemic.
The US embassy in Prague is planning to hold a July 4 party in the midst of the pandemic. That's reckless.
According to sources within the US Embassy in the Czech Republic, American Ambassador Steve King is planning to throw a big Independence Day party.
China's security law means that Hong Kong's time as an open society is over. And Trump's ineffectiveness helped push the situation there.
Trump's continually terrible coronavirus response is robbing kids of their educations and childhood.
Trump has shirked his duties, paid no attention to important meetings, and let the country down repeatedly. In any other job, he would've been fired.
Many police departments across the US resisted calls for reform for years. Now this resistance to change is coming back to bite them.
Police have suppressed police reform measures for years despite problems in their ranks. Now, governments and communities are finally pushing back.
Trump either didn't receive, intentionally buried, or simply was bored by the intelligence that Russia had put bounties on the heads of US soldiers.
Republicans have been playing a win at all costs game for years. It's time for Democrats to fight back
Republicans have been a minority party for years but have still retained power. It's time for Democrats to put an end to this disparity.
We bailed out the banks during the financial crisis. Now it's to bail out our education system during the coronavirus pandemic.
The level of activism that came after George Floyd's death feels different. Here's how it can define the country going forward.
Let's not make ageist correlations between age and business success or failure — doing so is not just ethically challenging, it's factually incorrect
Abby Miller Levy says she worked side by side with Arianna Huffington to start Thrive Global — and that Huffington ran circles around her competitors.
We studied more than 15,000 protests across the US and found that police were much more likely to respond aggressively to protests led by Black Americans
The inequality gap between white and Black Americans is evident even during protests, and its been this way for decades.
Some of Donald Trump's most loyal supporters have been white evangelicals, but new data suggests their enthusiasm for him may be lower than in 2016.
Politicians want people to stop marching because protesters 'won' small legislative changes mean. But people won't leave the streets until there is real, lasting change.
Governor Andrew Cuomo said that protesters should stop protesting because they've "won," but protests aren't going to stop until real change is made.
Criminal justice reform requires the strength to believe in second chances. Cancelling relatively powerless people is in conflict with those efforts.
The Trump administration is still trying to strike down the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare, in the middle of a devastating pandemic.
People are worried about coronavirus stimulus checks going out to dead people. But the real problem is that there wasn't enough overpayment.
If Trump wanted the pandemic to end, the economy to reopen, and to get reelected he would support mask wearing. But instead he refuses.
America's justice system has been under attack by President Trump and his administration, most notably in the form of firing Geoffrey Berman.
Spreading conspiracy theories about why there's so many more fireworks going off at all hours of the night is not helpful.
Instead of attacking the pandemic head-on, Trump has left the US leaderless as cases spike in places like Florida and Texas.
The PPP program helped saved some jobs in the short-term, but another round of coronavirus pandemic layoffs are going to hit in July.
The Trump administration pointed to the weak economy as a reason for the visa suspension, but that is a miserable excuse and makes no sense.
NYPD and union brass created a fake story about a Shake Shack "poisoning." It's time to treat cops like any other source, with reasonable skepticism.
The candidate whose supporters are having more fun usually wins, and it seems like the anti-Trump vote is having a better time right now.
Just like Trump promised, the US is 'tired of winning.' The only problem is we're 'winning' in the worst ways.
President Trump promised us that under his leadership, we would get "tired of winning." Years later, we are winning, just in all the wrong categories.
The US was in the midst of a mental health crisis even before the pandemic. As we fight COVID-19, we also need to fight the mental health crisis.
The US economy has been on life support since the coronavirus started, and Republicans want to pull the chord.
The government, private businesses, and any group working on the COVID-19 recovery need to make sure that their programs create equitable outcomes.
To boost the US economy, the government should take a page from the Great Depression playbook and hire thousands of American artists
The first Works Projects Administration put artists back to work after the depression, and there's no better time than now for a new one.
A behind-the-scenes 'bully' in the State Department is the perfect example of the mess that is the Trump administration
Former IG Steven Linick laid out just how aggressive Pompeo ally Brian Bulato can be and showed what is wrong with the State Department.
The US economy has made gains in recent weeks, but COVID-19, trade fights, and the upcoming fiscal cliffs still present dangers.
Stocks keep climbing despite the rising coronavirus cases in many states. But if things do take a turn, just how far could the market fall?
Democrats are trying to disavow the "defund the police" slogan while trying to win over the movements' supporters. This is a mistake.
According to John Bolton, Trump was willing to overlook just about anything from China as long as he got what he needed to get reelected.
It's clear that the US screwed up the coronavirus response, but we can't go back to lockdown. Here's what we should do instead.
Cops falsely assumed they were intentionally poisoned at a Shake Shack. But the jump to conclusions is a startling insight into the police mindset.
The number of COVID-19 cases and deaths is staggering and we seem to just be giving up on trying ton contain and squash the pandemic.
While they are all interconnected, there are five main issues and arguments that have grown out of the protests about the killing of George Floyd.
The real test for the economy will be after it has re-opened fully.
The president doesn't make police department policy, local governments do. If lawmakers fear being voted out of their "safe seats," they'll change.
Legal rulings did not solve discrimination against Black Americans, and legal rulings will not solve discrimination against LGBTQ Americans.