Reading Time: 3 minutes Despite the threat of the coronavirus, detained migrants are still being required to make in-person court appearances, which endanger all involved.
Reading Time: 5 minutes Day in and day out in America, people are killed by guns — but only the deadliest shootings tend to get traction in the national news. Here are a few of the personal stories from just a single day.
Reading Time: 4 minutes Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez showed how progressive insurgents can score primary upsets: by connecting directly with voters and outworking their entrenched opponents. However, the coronavirus pandemic is making that much more difficult this year, so how do these challengers cope?
Reading Time: 5 minutes In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, many asylum seekers on both sides of the US-Mexican border are living in dangerously crowded conditions with little access to crucial health care.
Reading Time: 12 minutes A look at how rural America, already devastated by opioids, is about to get hammered by COVID-19.
Reading Time: 6 minutes What is it like catching the last plane out of a country that is about to be locked down? WhoWhatWhy contributor Ramaa Reddy describes her just-in-time departure from India and offers a compelling account of the devastating impact the coronavirus epidemic may have on the country and its 1.3 billion people.
Reading Time: 5 minutes Elderly poll workers have long been the backbone of US elections. Now they are quitting en masse because of the coronavirus pandemic. Will that suppress turnout in swing states?
Reading Time: 4 minutes As the death toll of the coronavirus pandemic rises, experts say the US is now paying the price for cost-cutting measures implemented in the 1980s.
Reading Time: < 1 minute President Donald Trump’s pettiness has reached a shocking new low. He now seems to be willing to let Americans die simply because their governors are not sufficiently complimentary of his leadership.
Reading Time: 5 minutes 2020 could have been the year to get politics out of redistricting in many states. Now, fair maps advocates are hoping they do not have to wait another 10 years to bolster fair elections.