March 05, 2020 Archive March 2020

Thunberg: "When your house is on fire, you don't wait a few more years to start putting it out"

"Not surprising, but yet unbelievable": UC Santa Cruz students fired over wildcat strike

Chief Justice John Roberts surprises observers during key abortion case

Joe Scarborough: The Democratic primary "wasted two years of everybody’s time"

U.S. hospitals say they’re ready for coronavirus. Their infection control violations say otherwise

Bernie Sanders has one shot: He must make the case that Joe Biden is not "electable"

Nursing home nightmare: Coronavirus outbreak spotlights risk in elder care facilities

Robert Reich: How to convince Bernie Sanders skeptics

Pissed about Super Tuesday? Suck it up: Beating Trump means supporting the Democratic nominee

Roberts denounces Schumer’s "dangerous" remarks about Kavanaugh as court weighs abortion case

Taxpayers will be on the hook for Eric Trump’s European golf trip, and it's likely to cost a fortune

Elizabeth Warren drops out after disappointing Super Tuesday finish but stays mum on endorsement

Trump blames Obama for coronavirus response, then says he has a “hunch” death rate is “false number”

Federal judge rejects Tulsi Gabbard’s $50 million "free speech" lawsuit against Google

President Trump tells Sean Hannity that he looked into suing Adam Schiff over parody Ukraine call

Should Bernie go negative on Biden? Absolutely not — that would backfire badly

In the thrilling "Workforce," an exploited construction worker takes the ultimate revenge

Olive Garden manager fired for complying with customer who demanded non-black server: report

Dozens of Republicans tell the Supreme Court to force President Trump to turn over his taxes

Jared Kushner sells stake in real estate company after value skyrockets thanks to Trump tax cuts

Pamela Adlon wants you to let "Better Things" wash away the anger

Saving salmon means taking down hydroelectric power dams—and it's not easy

President Trump blasts "politically correct" Fox News while appearing on the right-leaning network

"Devs" is Alex Garland's aesthetically mesmerizing and engrossing modern horror story