Possession of khat, a chewable plant stimulant that's popular in the Horn of Africa, may condemn a Somali immigrant in New Hampshire to indefinite detention. And in other news, hookworm is making a comeback—in Alabama and in court.
- Why So Many White Women Don’t Believe Christine Blasey Ford
- Delayed Rage: Finally, White Women Are Trying to Catch Up
- Journalists and Media: Stop Feeding the Right-Wing Spin Machine
- Senate Republicans Back Trump’s ‘Junk’ Health-Care Plans in Floor Vote
- GOP’s Appeal to Latino Voters in Florida Governor’s Race Is Falling Flat
- Trump Administration’s Fetal Tissue Policy Review the Latest in the ‘Far-Right War Against Science’
Democrat Andrew Gillum is focusing on Medicaid expansion and Medicare for all, and appealing to Puerto Ricans in a state that hasn't elected a Democrat to the governor's mansion since 1994.
In 14 states, Tuesday is the voter registration deadline, and many nonprofits and activist groups are working to arm voters with the information they need to vote in November.
Reporters and pundits in corporate media act less like journalists and more like right-wing megaphones. This needs to stop.
From my vantage point, this final push looks to be too little, too late.
What undergirds white women voters' failure to unite behind Ford? Is it genuine doubt about the veracity of her testimony? Fear of facing our own vulnerability to sexual violence? Internalized sexism? Or does loyalty to the Republican Party trump loyalty to fellow women?