Reading Time: 3 minutes This week, Luxembourg became the first country that offers free public transit for all. But it remains to be seen whether the initiative will have the traffic, environmental, and equality impacts the small nation is hoping for.
Reading Time: 4 minutes Most countries don’t have the health infrastructure to contain pandemics like the coronavirus. That’s a problem for all of us.
Reading Time: 4 minutes With concerns about the coronavirus looming, election officials are trying to find as many creative ways as possible to ease voters’ concerns and increase participation on Election Day.
Reading Time: 17 minutes Not only was Michael Bloomberg’s “stop and frisk” policy wrong when he was mayor of New York City, his justification of it was just as bad.
Reading Time: 4 minutes If you think that the Trump presidency has been crazy so far, you ain’t seen nothing yet. After the election, the US is in for a wild ride.
Reading Time: < 1 minute If you listen to Joe Biden, he is responsible for all that is good in the US — with an assist from a guy named “Barack.” The only thing he hasn’t accomplished yet is win a primary in three presidential runs.
Reading Time: 5 minutes Inside the coronavirus ‘red zone’ in Italy, people have retreated to their homes to avoid contagion. WhoWhatWhy spoke to one woman about life under quarantine.
Reading Time: 3 minutes Here we go again: Hundreds of thousands of Georgia voters may be disenfranchised because state officials are limiting their ability to vote early in the upcoming primaries.
Reading Time: 3 minutes Faced with voter roll purges, closed polling places, and restrictive voter-ID laws throughout the country, hundreds of organizations are teaming up again to protect access to the ballot box.
Reading Time: 15 minutes A look at what happens when politics becomes entertainment at worst and a hobby at best.