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Perhaps nothing encapsulates these past two years as poignantly as the term “the before times.”
Law scholars and the Constitution concur that a sitting VP may be elevated to the bench, so long as they vacate the Vice Presidency.
Hey Joe. Remember when you won the election on the image of being a regular guy, a friend of the middle class, someone who would make us feel better about ourselves and our country?
For the first time in history, the state is set to lose a congressional seat. California will go from 53 seats in the U.S. House to 52 this year. The question is: which one?
The effort to recall Gavin Newsom was a massive failure. But given that he’s up for reelection next year, the Governor will still have to tread carefully.
“It’s no use painting a lofty picture if you don’t have the brass tacks to pin it up on the wall.” So said Eric Garcetti on the steps of City Hall in 2013, at the swearing-in for his first mayoral term.
While rising numbers may be anxiety-inducing, the truth is that we are not in the same place we were at this time last year.
We are now reckoning with attempts to dismantle democracy by restricting voting and providing tools to overturn election results—and what’s worse is that these efforts are going largely ignored.
Elements of distance learning may be part of our education infrastructure going forward.
Women are also the essential workers at home, shouldering the bulk of the housework, schooling and childcare
If we do not know history, we are vulnerable to fractionalization and attempts to divide us.
Attempting to find a middle ground between and within parties will drive Biden’s governance.
U.S.-Israel relations will be business as usual, at least for the next two years.
The 2020 presidential election results are in — not certified — and we have a winner. Yet every day, there is another social media...