Efforts in Congress to restore the Voting Rights Act have stalled, while some suggest the bill be renamed after Lewis.
It will be hard, but the far side of inaction at this juncture is very nearly unthinkable.
We are dangerously unready to thrust millions of children into the enclosed close-quarters reality of school.
Sanders urged the Senate to approve relief that includes $2,000 monthly checks, rent cancellation and expanded Medicare.
AOC defeated her conservative primary opponent by the razor-thin margin of 72-19. And that’s just the beginning.
Youth demonstrators gathered outside the Senate majority leader’s house on Friday chanting, “No Justice! No Sleep!”
In the present crisis, both congressional action and inaction suggest that its priority is preserving capital.
McConnell blocked the passage of a resolution condemning Trump for violating protesters’ constitutional rights.
Graham and other Republicans are acting hypocritically, compared to how they handled Obama’s nominations in 2016.
Republicans want legal protections for employers as safety enforcement tumbles under President Trump.