Absentee Voting in New York Seen as a ‘Challenging’ and ‘Scary’ Experience

Reading Time: 4 minutes Pamela Block requested an absentee ballot for New York’s June 23 primary election. The Long Island

The Arrogance of Power: Bill Barr and the Ghost of John Mitchell

Reading Time: 11 minutes — OPINION — With each day in office, Attorney General William Barr invites invidious comparisons with

Georgia Certifies Election Results Despite Serious Flaw in Ballot Scanners

Reading Time: 4 minutes Jeanne Dufort, a poll watcher for Georgia’s primary election, did not expect things to go as

The Real Problem With Inequality

Reading Time: 5 minutes Unless you live on Billionaire’s Row, you’re probably aware that economic inequality is as salient a

Trump Doesn’t Let Pandemic Curb His War on Absentee Ballots

Reading Time: 3 minutes Grappling with more than 50,000 coronavirus infections and nearly 5,000 deaths, Michigan officials last week encouraged

Black History Week: When We Pause to Mourn Centuries of Suffering

Reading Time: 4 minutes February is Black History Month. But it was started, in 1926, as Black History Week, by

NAACP Takes On ‘Prison Gerrymandering’

Counting prisoners as residents where they are incarcerated — rather than where they lived before — often results in districts