Sources Say US Investigating TikTok on NatSec Grounds ; PA to Pass Significant Election Law ; and More Picks 11/1
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In addition to hard-hitting news, WhoWhatWhy brings you insightful, sometimes controversial, sometimes hilarious, and always thought-provoking commentary and opinion. Here are some of our favorite pieces from this year.
US Hypocrisy on Iran; Top Criminal Justice Wins in 2017 …and More Picks 1/2
President Donald Trump’s executive order allowing sanctions for trying to interfere in elections is being criticized as too little, too late by lawmakers from both parties.
Obama Continues to Break ‘No Boots on the Ground’ Pledge, US Spy Court Rejects Private Data Concerns, NY Board of Elections to be Audited, and More Picks
Oceans and Ice Are Absorbing the Brunt of Climate Change ; Organizing Skid Row ; and More Picks 9/26
Now Even a Bush is Against Citizens United, Iran is Not Convinced on Voting Machines, New Hampshire Students Turned Away at the Voting Booth, and More Picks
The total cost of the 2020 election is expected to surpass $11 billion. Where does this money originate, and could publicly funded elections rein in spending?
No Outrage Over Pentagon Spending ; The Return of Paper Ballots …and More Picks for 9/22
In a time of despair, the road to fixing things runs right through the media: our main source for information about what is going on — and why. Here, WhoWhatWhy looks back on our experiment in a different kind of political coverage for the 2016 election.
Wisconsin Democrat takes on “the old boys’ network.”
Usually, international election observers monitor new and struggling democracies, such as Ukraine. Turns out the “struggling democracy” that needs outside monitors is our own.