Europe is trying to integrate climate priorities into its pandemic relief plans, but the U.S. has its head in the sand.
Since March, at least 40 states have reported an increase in opioid overdose deaths.
The Trump administration attempted to block stimulus payments to incarcerated people before a federal court intervened.
An estimated 9 million eligible people have not received their first stimulus check.
One in nine Black and Latina women age 20 and over became unemployed last month.
The practice of transferring people from prisons with outbreaks has already proven deadly but has not stopped.
Desperately needed emergency food assistance would expire on September 30 under McConnell’s “skinny” stimulus bill.
“Go for much higher numbers, Republicans” was the squeal of retreat Speaker Nancy Pelosi had been waiting for.
The pandemic has caused tremendous suffering for rural and Native people as well as youth and people with disabilities.
Similar to 9/11, our current moment is one of collective trauma. Higher education must respond accordingly.