Thanks to Congress’s neglect, the backlog of unfunded repair projects has ballooned to an estimated $80 billion.
The city is blaming a faulty space heater. Housing advocates say it’s the lack of safe, affordable public housing.
James Yee was jailed and held in solitary confinement for 76 days after being falsely accused of espionage.
The staffing shortage has added to the strains of increasing hospitalizations due to COVID-19.
When the left demobilizes the grassroots for elections, it cuts off popular forces that enable social transformation.
A Chicago teacher discusses this week’s vote to move to remote learning and the backlash from Mayor Lori Lightfoot.
The extraordinary volume of cases is filling up emergency rooms nationwide and exhausting health care workers.
Trump’s false claims about voter fraud prompted a wave of racist assaults on voting rights, says author Carol Anderson.
What may lie ahead in a country where a very sizable segment of the population still believes in Trump’s lies?
Thursday marks one year since a violent mob of thousands of Trump supporters descended on the U.S. Capitol.