June 23, 2020 Archive June 2020

Justice Sotomayor thinks her Supreme Court colleagues are "overlooking" Trump's bigotry

7 ways 2020 has exposed America

Mismanaging the U.S. economy: How Trump defeats himself

Progressives hoping for big wins in Tuesday's Democratic primaries

Trump's Arizona trip: Failed wall, failed COVID testing and a failed presidency

Election Day: Why neither the Democrats nor Republicans dare let the people decide

COVID-19 death toll keeps rising — and the media should hold Trump accountable

Tax the rich and defund the police: Nurses' union pushes for post-pandemic shift

So much for the "Death Star": After Tulsa and West Point, wheels are coming off Trump campaign

Mike Pence voted by mail using old Indiana governor’s mansion address, election records show

Secret Service forces press to exit White House as police use batons and pepper spray on protesters

Huckabee: "Crazy people" who want to remove statues of "white" Jesus are "trying to erase history"

House Democrats threaten to “eliminate” Barr’s office budget if he doesn't comply with subpoena

Donald Trump thinks coronavirus testing is a plot to destroy him — and no, he's not kidding

The affluent are consuming the planet to death: study

"Exploitation of a pandemic": Trump's executive order expanding visa restrictions sparks outrage

Greta Thunberg says coronavirus pandemic should be a global wake-up call to tackle climate emergency

"Gangster in the White House": Noam Chomsky says Trump is undeniably "the worst criminal in history"

Citing federal law, Trump threatens "anarchists" who try to topple monuments with 10 years in prison

"It's a quiet revolt": Filmmaker on how "The Last Tree" moves between Black and white spaces

Arizona mega-church hosting Trump rally falsely claims its air filter kills “99.9%” of COVID-19

"Lactose against intolerance": How milkshakes became a tool for protest and sparked police mistrust

"The elephant not in the room": The strange, rich emptiness of the new Melania Trump biography

With few guests donning masks, Las Vegas service workers fear for their safety

Like it or not, it's comedy's turn to contend with its role in perpetuating systemic racism