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STAT: The Readout Loud
TECHNOLOGY IN THE PUBLIC INTEREST
It’s not quite time for Democrats to party
Joe Biden has to work on his enthusiasm deficit.
Keep the checks coming, Congress
Debt and eviction loom large for too many Americans. Lawmakers should pass a bill to send more direct cash payments to every household.
Sanctions-mad America turns on its friends
Punishing Germany, Mexico, and other allies is bad policy.
Trump and the flag of treason
The Lincoln Project cofounder says we cannot be both a great America and a Trump America. This is a time for choosing: America or Trump.
Trump raises pandemic pressure on colleges
"It is frightening to consider that the administration is playing politics with children’s lives."
Cass R. Sunstein
On Trump finance rulings, the Supreme Court delivers
The court acted in accordance with its solemn obligations.
Parents, the president knows what’s best for your kids
They'll be safe from the coronavirus. Safe enough, anyway.
Rule of law triumphs over Trump
Even if the public won't get a look at the president's tax returns yet, the Supreme Court has told the president he's not above the law.
Jeanne Shaheen and Sheldon Whitehouse
Crashing coastal property values and the economic fallout of climate change
Climate change is already impacting New England coastal property. Maine, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, and Rhode Island have already lost $403 million in coastal property value.
Beacon Hill urged to budge on cocktails to go
Hospitality industry stakeholders urge the Massachusetts Senate to pass a measure easing sales of cocktails to go.