As President Trump Attack Post Office And Mail-In Voting Ahead Of 2020 Election

President Trump repeatedly makes false claims about the security of mail-in voting and the U.S. Postal Service warns of delays that could compromise election results in November. Continue Reading →

Congress Raises The Minimum Age For Buying Tobacco And E-cigarettes To 21

E-cigarettes seem to have dominated the headlines in recent months, but Congress has given final passage to a bill addressing tobacco as well, raising the age for purchasing both from 18 to 21 from Harlem to Hollywood. Continue Reading →

NYC Joins Others In Suing The Administration To Stop Rule Allowing Discrimination In Healthcare

The de Blasio Administration joined New York Attorney General Letitia James and a coalition of 23 cities, states, and municipalities today in a lawsuit against a Final Rule issued by the Trump Administration’s Department of Health and Human Services. Continue Reading →

The Way Americans Regard Sports Heroes Versus Intellectuals Speaks Volumes

By Kareem Abdul-Jabbar

On 19 April 1980, more than 50,000 Parisians marched through the streets to mourn the loss of one of their own reports our source. Continue Reading →