A New Trump Rule Could Cut Food Stamp Benefits for 700,000 2019-12-05
The Trump administration announced a series of rule changes last year, and on Wednesday, the final rule was announced.
Nearly one of every 10 adults in Mississippi has been convicted of a felony and lost the right to vote.
How the media helped shape which candidates made it this far... and who didn't.
A new investigation examines how the global consulting firm, McKinsey & Company, helped ICE carry out President Trump's immigration policies.
Recent events at Northwestern University have sparked a debate about student journalism.
NATO's Struggle to Define Its Future 2019-12-04
To commemorate its 70th anniversary, leaders of the 29 member countries are gathering in London this week.
"Porgy and Bess" is the most renowned Opera for black singers, but should it still be in 2019?
Earlier this fall, President Trump gave states and cities the authority to veto refugee resettlements. But the Governor of Utah is asking the president for more refugees, not fewer.
On Monday a panel of judges ruled that the latest congressional map, which was drawn by the Republican controlled legislature, will stand for the 2020 election.
Kemp’s choice of businesswoman Kelly Loeffler drew criticism from Republicans, because the President has expressed interest for another candidate, Georgia Congressman Doug Collins
President Trump is in London attending the NATO summit amidst concerns of his sway on upcoming elections.
Why the Framers Empowered Congress to Impeach the President 2019-12-03
With so few examples of impeachment in our history, it can become unclear what exactly impeachable conduct is, and what the framers intended with it.
A number of black critics have received pushback on social media for their criticism of the new film "Queen & Slim."
At least 180 people were killed in a violent crackdown that resulted in Iranian security forces opening fire on unarmed protesters.
The National Justice Institute estimates that 84 percent of Native American women experience violence in their lifetime.
The Dangers of Working in Amazon Warehouses 2019-12-02
New reporting found that Amazon's average serious injury rate was more than double the national average for its industry.
Millions of Americans are using dating apps to find love. Do the companies who own these apps have a moral or legal responsibility to screen users who are registered as sex offenders?
Politics with Amy Walter: The Politics of Climate Change
Scientists have painted a bleak picture of the future if we fail to curb greenhouse gas emissions, but we’ve already started to witness the fallout of a warming planet. Politics with Amy Walter looks at the role climate change is playing across politics and at the vulnerable communities that stand to lose the most.
Our coverage this week is part of a collaboration with 250 other media organizations called “Covering Climate Now.”
President Donald Trump was elected in 2016 fresh off of giving campaign speeches that promised to withdraw the U.S. from the Paris Climate Agreement and bring back coal jobs. Just over two years later, we look at whether or not he's made good on those promises.
, Policy director with the Climate and Energy program at the Union of Concerned Scientists
, Climate reporter for The New York Times
, Former Governor of New Jersey and Former Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency
, Climate reporter for BuzzFeed News
County Executive (D) for Allegheny County, Pennsylvania
, P ittsburgh climate activist
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