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History Dept.

What Phyllis Schlafly’s Heirs Could Learn From Her

The Hulu series reminds us that her greatest strength was toughness without anger.

By Joanna Weiss

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Florida’s No-Rules Vibe Gets a Coronavirus Reality Check

Florida’s governor is desperate to get the state back to work. But the tourism industry is moving much more cautiously.

By Craig Pittman

Al Smith

History Dept.

The Time a New York Governor Disobeyed the Federal Government

When Al Smith had the chance not to enforce Prohibition, he took it.

By Terry Golway

Kris Steele

A Republican Crusader Takes on Oklahoma’s Prison Machine

In the state that locks up more of its citizens than any other, a former politician is using the ballot box—and some surprising alliances—to nudge his own party toward change.

By Bret Schulte

A woman waits holding her daughter at the door of her house to receive food aid as Colombian military visit the impoverished slum at El Codito neighbourhood handing out family food baskets during government-ordered obligatory quarantine on April 23, 2020 in Bogota, Colombia.

OPINION

A Second Covid Crisis Is Coming

If we don’t act now, women and girls will be suffering from the pandemic’s fallout for decades to come.

By David Miliband and Sheryl Sandberg

Wall Street

Stop Looking on the Bright Side: We’ll Be Screwed By the Pandemic for Years to Come

Unfortunately, the history of the past generation justifies pessimism about the next one.

By John F. Harris

Images of Bail Bond Storefronts and supporters of Bail Bond Reform

Justice Reform

New York Tried to Get Rid of Bail. Then the Backlash Came.

A national movement stalled by backlash politics gets some new wind at its back.

By Jamiles Lartey

Biden

OPINION | 2020

Biden Is to 2020 as Trump Was to 2016

Four years ago, voters wanted anger. Now they want empathy.

By Rahm Emanuel

President Warren G. Harding  is shown in Sitka, Alaska in July 1923.

History Dept.

Another Time a President Used the “Emergency” Excuse to Restrict Immigration

It was 1921, and it changed the character of the United States for decades.

By Joshua Zeitz

"Pollution: The destruction of mother earth," 2015

The Big Idea

What Covid Is Exposing About the Climate Movement

By Michael Grunwald

Bagged newspapers sit on the doorstep of an office building on April 08, 2020 in Boston, Massachusetts.

OPINION | Fourth Estate

Don’t Waste Stimulus Money on Newspapers

You wouldn’t put a dead man on a ventilator, would you?

By Jack Shafer

A poll worker in Wisconsin dons gloves and a surgical mask.

2020

Will the Pandemic Keep Third Parties Off the 2020 Ballot?

Social distancing makes it hard to get petition signatures. And for the Libertarians and Green Party, that’s an existential crisis.

By Bill Scher

How many coronavirus cases have been found in each U.S. state?

Using data from the COVID Tracking Project, we’re following how each state is responding to Covid-19.

Trump team moves to scrap protections for LGBTQ patients

The health department's top civil rights official also defended the administration's approach to vulnerable populations.

‘The political honeymoon may be ending’

After an unprecedented, bipartisan rescue effort, the next relief bill will be much harder to pass.

Trump administration reverses prisoner coronavirus release policy, advocates say

On Monday, some prisoners were told that officials were no longer considering early releases for inmates who have served less than half their sentence.

By Josh Gerstein

Justice Reform

A Republican crusader takes on Oklahoma’s prison machine

In the state that locks up more of its citizens than any other, a former politician is using the ballot box—and some surprising alliances—to nudge his own party toward change.

By Bret Schulte

How to Build a Post-Covid “New Normal”

It’s going to take much more than vaccines and plans from governors. A highly specific guide to what we’ll need next to keep society safe.

By Luciana Borio and Jennifer Nuzzo

Trump Is Using the Defense Production Act All Wrong

Yes, we need to mobilize industry to make masks. There’s a better way to make it happen.

By Caleb Watney and Alec Stapp

Why climate activists aren't celebrating historic emissions cuts

They are zeroing in on the battle over once-in-a-generation government spending that will shape climate efforts for decades.

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