July 27, 2020 Archive July 2020

Washington Post's head editor details a whole new list of Trump’s impeachable offenses

“Is Texas going blue?”: Internal GOP polls show Trump losing

Twitter hack exposes broader threat to democracy and society

Paul Krugman condemns Republicans for planning to cut unemployment as the crisis deepens

100 days away: Donald Trump hits a new low ahead of election

ACLU's David Cole: "If Trump seeks to stay in power after losing the election," we'll be ready

Administration eases rules to give laid-off workers more time to sign up for COBRA

The Trump campaign’s legal strategy includes suing this tiny TV station

Rise and fall of a mini-Trump: With Florida a global epicenter, Ron DeSantis can shut up now

Fox News host Jesse Watters retracts comments praising QAnon for uncovering “a lot of great stuff”

Martha McSally trails by 12 points as a slew of new polls signal trouble for Republican Senate races

Republican Sen. Tom Cotton attempts to defend his remarks calling slavery a "necessary evil"

Trump's fascist crackdown is a political stunt — Democrats should impeach him again

Feds used "excessive" force on "peaceful" protesters to clear area for Trump photo-op, officer says

The pushback against how Black suffering and victims of violence are depicted in art

Republican plan to cut enhanced unemployment benefits by $400 would cost 3.4 million jobs: analysis

Armed supporters of Louie Gohmert accused of assaulting rival campaign's staffer at pro-police rally

CDC warns many young adults with COVID-19 report severe long-term side effects

Trump asks federal judge to block prosecutor from "taking any action to enforce" tax subpoena

Goldman Sachs CEO opens for Chainsmokers at crowded Hamptons charity show, outrage ensues

Exclusive: Trump campaign kept paying Kayleigh McEnany after White House hiring

Trump changed tune about pandemic as aides said “our people” in red states are getting sick: report

You can "see" PTSD in a person's eyes, researchers find