As America bleeds out, we split constitutional hairs.
In a strongly worded letter to the IRS, Sen. Ron Wyden (D-OR) urged the agency to do more to crack down on wealthy individuals who are breaking the law by not filing their tax returns.
If the adults who witnessed September 11, 2001, still experience PTSD from the events of that day, what are we doing to the hundreds of thousands of children who have lived through a school shooting in person, and the millions who have been in a lockdown because they thought they were about to?
In a letter to Biden, Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker (D) called on the president to help address the “humanitarian crisis” caused by the high number of asylum seekers that are being shipped from red to blue states.
Kim Jong Un and Vladimir Putin met in Russia Wednesday, and while their friend Donald Trump couldn’t be there in person, he was there in spirit.
Artillery has to a great extent replaced airpower in the current fighting in Ukraine. Both sides engage in a game of “shoot and scoot.” A Ukrainian battery opens fire on Russian positions, and then braces itself for return fire, hoping that camouflage will keep its location hidden from enemy drones flying overhead. WhoWhatWhy’s special correspondent Madeleine Kelly had a rare opportunity to spend several days with a Ukrainian unit at a front-line location where artillery duels have been among the most intense. This is her on-scene report.