Reading Time: 7 minutes Republican members of the 117th Congress have begun introducing legislation as a means of reinvigorating the conversation around alleged voter fraud, while Democrats are seeking to expand voting rights and access.
Reading Time: 6 minutes Joe Biden has proposed $4 billion in aid to Central America, but advocates stress that this money will be squandered unless he addresses corruption first.
Reading Time: < 1 minute The GOP is in a battle of elephantine proportions.
Reading Time: 11 minutes Nuclear tech startups promise a climate change solution in exchange for heavy government subsidies. Whether they’ll deliver in time is a gamble some are not willing to take.
Reading Time: 13 minutes Supporting Afghanistan means doing so in a more astute manner that may lead to real peace in the interests of all Afghans and not just select power groups.
Reading Time: 6 minutes A few months after Trump quit the Paris Agreement, the US is back in, with no time to spare.
Reading Time: < 1 minute Republicans like Lindsey Graham are all for bipartisan government now that they’re no longer in power.
Reading Time: 3 minutes Welcome to WhoWhatWhy’s weekly COVID-19 roundup. There’s a lot of virus coverage out there, so this feature will give you a dose of the latest news.
Reading Time: < 1 minute While Sen. Ted Cruz vacations in Cancun, Gov. Greg Abbott blames wind turbines, and ex-Energy Secretary and ex-Gov. Rick Perry claims Texans prefer blackouts to federal energy regulation amid record cold and snow.
Reading Time: 14 minutes Author and investigative journalist Craig Unger thinks he has found the unified field theory behind the Trump-Russia connection — and why Trump is still a security risk.