March 26, 2020 Archive March 2020

Amazon warehouse workers win fight for paid time off

Corporate CEOs flunk basic personal finance, still get a bailout

Can the U.S. hold a free and fair election — especially this one — during a pandemic?

Pro-Trump group threatens legal action against ad that used the president’s own words on coronavirus

Leaked memo: NRA tells employees to seek government aid as coronavirus forces cuts, layoffs

Robert Reich: We've reached a moral emergency. The privileged are profiting from this pandemic

Former Reagan aide Bruce Bartlett: Why Republicans are such massive hypocrites on stimulus

Mitch McConnell blocked Democrats' coronavirus bill for 10 days — and the press covered for him

Can Trump's daily disinformation show be saved? Yes — turn it into a vector for the truth

Fox News host calls out Kellyanne Conway for President Trump's "optimistic" response to coronavirus

Despite his false claims, Republicans trust Trump for accurate information on COVID-19 over the CDC

Fine print in corporate-friendly coronavirus bill passed by Senate could benefit Trump and Kushner

The Christian right's hostility to science is definitely going to get people killed

Mississippi's GOP governor halts abortions over coronavirus but bans cities from closing gun stores

Joe Scarborough: Democrats "look more pro-life" than Republicans amid calls to "euthanize" elderly

Steve Mnuchin: "Not relevant" that record 3.28 million Americans applied for unemployment benefits

Experts: Trump’s plan to lift coronavirus restrictions by Easter would kill hundreds of thousands

"Fox & Friends" host complains she can't get her nails done: "People are dying, and I realize that"

From "New Waves" to "On Immunity," what "Little Fires" author Celeste Ng is reading right now

In these darkest of times "Star Trek: Picard" is a humane light from a distant, possible future