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Jun 22 2016
Research has shown that face-to-face conversation can reduce prejudices and change voters’ opinions on certain issues. But productive conversation, or any conservation at all, seems to be getting more rare. Thanks to more time spent online, longer work hours, economic segregation and the continuing spread of suburbia, Americans have become increasingly isolated from one another, and fromCity Lab
Apr 15 2019
The Justice Department expects to release on Thursday a redacted version of special counsel Robert S. Mueller III’s report on President Trump, his associates and Russia’s interference in the 2016 election, setting the stage for further battles in Congress over the politically explosive inquiry.
Kerri Kupec, a spokeswoman for the department, said Monday that officials plan to issue theWashington Post
Sep 06 2012
In his nominating speech for Barack Obama at the Democratic National Convention, the former president tossed out this interesting statistic. We wanted to think about it overnight before we issued a ruling. Heres the conundrum: The numbers add up, but do they mean anything?Washington Post
Nov 08 2012
The election has strengthened President Obamas hand on immigration, and Dream Act organizers said it likely means a flood of hundreds of thousands of new applications for his nondeportation policy Ã¢â‚¬â€ but its not clear that anything has changed in the decade-long stalemate in Congress on the issue.Washington Times
Aug 21 2019
“Planned Parenthood said on Monday it was withdrawing from a federal program subsidizing reproductive healthcare for low-income women after the Trump administration banned participants in the program from referring women to abortion providers… the policy [also] requires financial and physical separation between facilities funded by Title X and those where actual abortions are performed.” (The Flip Side
Sep 23 2019
Democratic presidential candidates are presenting policy ideas that are broadly popular with Americans, including tuition-free state colleges, but other proposals—such as Medicare for All—could complicate the party’s prospects next year, the latest Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll shows.
Two-thirds of registered voters support letting anyone buy into Medicare, similar to an idea thatWall Street Journal (News)
Jan 24 2015
The Supreme Court said Friday it would examine Oklahoma’s lethal-injection protocol, bringing new scrutiny to drug formulas states have adopted as pharmaceutical manufacturers have refused to provide narcotics for U.S. executions.
Among other issues, the court will examine whether Oklahoma’s drug protocol—a new formula the state adopted after a bungled execution in April 2014 drewWall Street Journal (News)
Dec 27 2015
After a brief yet bitter battle with the Democratic National Committee over access to voter data files, Vermont Sen. Bernard Sanders said Sunday he is looking to move past the “differences” he has with the party organization and instead focus on income inequality and other important issues facing the country.
Mr. Sanders, a 2016 presidential candidate, told NBC’s “Meet the Press” thatWashington Times
Jun 21 2012
Yesterday Americans For Prosperity (AFP) -- a grassroots organization dedicated to educating citizens about economic issues and mobilizing activists -- recently announced a multi-state ad effort to expose just how out of touch President Obama is with the American people.Townhall
Dec 07 2020
Unexpected Overlaps: Republican Voters Believe Humans Contribute to Climate Change, Support Limiting Emissions
During his campaign, Joe Biden ran on a plan for more aggressive climate change action. Among the changes, left-rated and right-rated sources confirm that former Secretary of State John Kerry will have a Cabinet-level role as a special envoy for climate and a seat on the National Security Council.
Climate change has been a deeply divisive topic in American politics. Despite this,Max Karlin