Dem Senate Candidate Cal Cunningham Would Be ‘Hesitant’ to Receive Coronavirus Vaccine By Year’s End

Cunningham expressed concern that “political and financial corruption” in Washington could mar the vaccine approval process. 

Rochester Mayor Fires Police Chief over Handling of Daniel Prude’s Death

“We have a pervasive problem in the Rochester Police Department, one that views everything through the eyes of the badge,”

Will Bloomberg’s history of backing winners boost Biden in Florida?

(Mario Tama/Getty Images) Former New York City mayor and presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg committed to spend at least $100 million

Voting Rights Dashed for Ex-Felons in Key Battleground State

Reading Time: 5 minutes When Florida resident Angel Sanchez was finally able to vote at age 36, it was one

Longtime Climate Science Denier Hired for Top Role at NOAA

Reading Time: 2 minutes Ransomware Could Be Biggest Threat to Upcoming Elections (Judy) The author writes, “Cybersecurity professionals have long

Wisconsin Supreme Court Upends Mailing of Absentee Ballots

Reading Time: 5 minutes A pending ruling by the partisan Wisconsin Supreme Court has the potential to change the outcome

Title IX Lawsuit May Create More Problems than It Solves

Reading Time: 9 minutes In May, Education Secretary Betsy DeVos announced changes to the Department of Education’s Title IX, a

Federal Prosecutor Resigns from Durham Probe over Alleged Pressure to Wrap Up ahead of Election

Reportedly Dannehy was concerned about pressure from Barr to produce a report on the investigation before the November election.

Dark money groups pouring millions into 2020 political ads with even less disclosure

Shot from America First Action Super PAC ad “Scott.” – captured via YouTube “Dark money” groups that keep their donors

Media Help Adam Schiff Rehabilitate the Image of His Latest Whistleblower

Schiff had accused that same whistleblower of “deeply troubling” professional misconduct and lying to Congress in an attempt to cover

Grassley Demands Explanation from DOJ on Mueller Team’s Wiped Phones, Questions Whether It Was ‘Widespread Intentional Effort’

At least 27 cell phones belonging to members of Mueller’s team were wiped clean of data before the DOJ inspector

Georgia Elections Chief Accused of Voter Intimidation

Reading Time: 3 minutes During a press conference Tuesday, Brad Raffensperger, Georgia’s secretary of state, claimed to have found “potentially

Federal Court Blocks Trump Order to Exclude Illegal Immigrants from Census Count

“The Presidential Memorandum violates the statutes governing the census and apportionment in two clear respects,” the judges wrote in their

Milton Friedman’s Shareholder Primacy Stands the Test of Time and Helps Many Stakeholders 50 Years Later

Joe Biden and CEOs emphasize helping non-shareholder stakeholders, but they ignore how Friedman’s shareholder primacy theory does exactly that.

USC Professor Who Used Chinese Word That Sounds Like English Slur ‘Not Dismissed Nor Suspended,’ Admin Says

USC’s Marshall School of Business’ dean is on the defensive after receiving widespread backlash for his handling of the incident.

Think 2020’s Disasters Are Wild? Experts See Worse to Come

Reading Time: 2 minutes Fire Destroys Greek Camp Leaving 13,000 Without Shelter (Dana) The author writes, “Fires have destroyed Greece’s

Senate Republicans Cast Doubt on COVID Relief Bill’s Prospects, Prompting White House to Consider More Executive Orders

Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell accused the Democrats of forcing unreasonable demands.

America Decides 2020: Provisional Voting, Explained

Reading Time: 4 minutes President Trump ignored the pleas of election officials across the country and once again, during a