Another COVID-19 Side Effect: Less Competition, Higher Prices

Reading Time: 8 minutes The fight against COVID-19 requires many tools, ranging from the simple and obvious (masks and gloves)

Spotify’s Success May Be the Real Day the Music Dies

Reading Time: 8 minutes While musicians struggle to survive the pandemic, Swedish billionaire Daniel Ek is going after artists who

Political campaigns are staying home amid the coronavirus pandemic

(Carolyn Van Houten/The Washington Post via Getty Images) Political campaigns are staying home during the COVID-19 pandemic that shows no

Political donors whose businesses got PPP loans injected $52 million into 2020 election

(Igor Golovniov/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images) Government rescue loans meant for struggling small businesses went to a number of well-connected

Stressed-Out Nurses Say Nation’s Hospitals Need More of Them to Care for Patients

Reading Time: 7 minutes Increases in post-surgery infections. More patients slipping and falling. Failure to prevent or rescue patients from

Congress changes 28 Amendment to H.R.1935 – Pension Reform Act and Buries it.

stop all the freebies that congress has granted themselves and reject their self imposed impunity and immunity from both civil and criminal laws.

The Ship Is Sinking. Is Anyone Ready to Start Bailing?

Reading Time: 4 minutes The US Chamber of Commerce and other business groups have courageously… Wait a minute! What the

With Theaters Dark, a Broadway Seamstress Sews for a New Reason

Reading Time: 6 minutes From Toledo to Tennessee, Atlanta to Alaska, an army of anonymous, unheralded volunteers is toiling in

From Jail Time to Death Sentence, via COVID-19

Reading Time: 6 minutes The Federal Bureau of Prisons (BOP) has come under fire for failing to protect its prisoners

Police, Wall Street, Pentagon, and White House Crime: What’s the Connection?

Reading Time: 21 minutes Two million Americans are infected with COVID-19 and 110,000 have died. Thirty-five million Americans are out

Has Trump Backer and Education Czar Betsy DeVos Gone Too Far?

Reading Time: 5 minutes As teachers and administrators struggle to reinvent how they teach students this September, US Secretary of

Political donations dropped off as coronavirus pandemic peaked

(Spencer Platt/Getty Images) Political fundraising took an intense dip as the coronavirus pandemic ravaged the nation in mid-March and early

The Real ‘Preexisting Conditions’ That Explain Black COVID Deaths

Reading Time: 5 minutes In Greenville, MS, not long ago, workers at a commercial laundry were told to stay put

GOP Leaders Cover Up COVID-19 Threat After Rep Tests Positive

Reading Time: < 1 minute The COVID-19 pandemic has not made relations between opposing political factions any easier. In a

Pandemic: How Big Banks and Big Ag Share Blame

Reading Time: 5 minutes President Donald Trump’s comments blaming China for the catastrophic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic are misleading

The American Way: Call Them ‘Hero,’ Pay Them Zero

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Members of Congress owe millions in student loans

Reps. Ilhan Omar (D-Minn.), Jahana Hayes (D-Conn.) and Rashida Tlaib (D-Mich.) are among the 59 members of Congress that owe

Trump advisers on reopening economy gave half-billion to Republican efforts since 2015

(MANDEL NGAN/AFP via Getty Images) President Donald Trump is enlisting business leaders — including many of his top donors —

Shell companies hide Trump campaign’s financial dealings as super PAC coordination rules kick in

Screenshot from an America First Action ad (via YouTube) President Donald Trump’s official super PAC, America First Action, recently unveiled

COVID-19 Exposes GOP’s Anti-Voter Stance

Reading Time: 5 minutes Every once in a while, Republican officials will say out loud what everyone knows but is

Coronavirus Pandemic Exacerbates Poll Worker Crisis in Swing States

Reading Time: 5 minutes In a swing state like Wisconsin, turnout matters, and, in 2016, it reached a new low.

Senate Intel chair unloaded stocks in mid-February before coronavirus rocked markets

Sen. Richard Burr, R-N.C. (Bill Clark/CQ-Roll Call, Inc via Getty Images) As the coronavirus outbreak began to spread across the

Your Vote… or Your Health: Voters Go to Polls Despite Virus Fears

Reading Time: 3 minutes Voters in Florida, Arizona, and Illinois have a choice to make today that goes beyond their