Who will pick up Andrew Yang’s donors?

(Scott Eisen/Getty Images) Tech entrepreneur Andrew Yang suspended his presidential campaign this week after poor results in Iowa and New

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

Buttigieg Vows Pragmatic ‘Pathway’ to Shared Progressive Goals in Courting Warren, Sanders Backers

The former mayor highlighted healthcare, where he has sought to differentiate himself from both Warren and Sanders in the past.

FTC to Review Past Big Tech Mergers, Demands Info from Apple, Facebook, Amazon

U.S. regulators announced Tuesday that they are demanding information about past mergers from Amazon, Apple, Facebook, Microsoft, and Alphabet.

Sinking in the polls, Joe Biden also has a donor problem

Joe Biden speaks during a campaign event in Manchester, New Hampshire. (Scott Eisen/Getty Images) Former Vice President Joe Biden is

Winter 2019-20 Has So Far Been the Warmest on Record in the Contiguous US

Reading Time: 2 minutes VIDEO: ‘Where Are the World’s Diplomats?’ (Chris) From CNN: “Norwegian Refugee Council Secretary-General Jan Egeland tells

Trump Labels Roger Stone’s Recommended Sentence a ‘Miscarriage of Justice,’ Hints at Possible Pardon

“The real crimes were on the other side, as nothing happens to them. Cannot allow this miscarriage of justice!” the

Barr Announces Sweeping Crackdown on Sanctuary Cities for ‘Getting in the Way’ of Federal Immigration Law

Barr said the Justice Department would move to file lawsuits against localities with sanctuary policies designed to obstruct federal immigration

Buttigieg rises in New Hampshire polls amid support from hybrid PAC

Presidential contender Pete Buttigieg (Joshua Lott/Getty Images) In the increasingly competitive Democratic primaries, Pete Buttigieg is being accused by his

Trump, 2020 Election and Impeachment Fallout — What the World Thinks

Reading Time: 4 minutes As President Donald Trump used his impeachment acquittal as a launchpad to settle scores with his

Nation’s Largest Charter School Group Slams Trump Admin for ‘Chilling’ School Choice in 2021 Budget

The nation’s leading public charter organization slammed President Trump’s proposed 2021 budget for ‘chilling’ school choice.

Ransomware Attacks Grow, Crippling Cities and Businesses

Reading Time: 2 minutes Experts Worry About Your Personal Data in the 2020 Election (Reader Pat)  The author writes, “Cambridge

James Carville Warns Dems against Ignoring Voters with ‘Distracting’ Rhetoric on Open Borders: ‘They Don’t Care’

In an interview with Vox published Friday, Carville elaborated, and highlighted Democrats’ willingness to “get distracted” over far-left issues.

Congress (Finally) Considers Amendment to Overturn Citizens United

Reading Time: 3 minutes Most Americans agree on background checks for gun purchases, lower prescription drug prices, and the need

Brain-Dead Republicans Acquit Guilty President — Now What?

Reading Time: 4 minutes OPINION  One of the most edifying aspects of the recent impeachment process has been the sheer,

‘Dark money’ groups steering millions to super PACs in 2020 elections

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (Bill Pugliano/Getty Images) More than $65 million from groups