Part 1 of a debate between Republican Gov. Bruce Rauner and Democratic gubernatorial candidate JB Pritzker.
More info on Part 1 of debate in the race for Illinois governor
Republicans, Democrats in Tight Battle for Gubernatorial Advantage in 2020
Bush got to the White House – but the governors and former governors who ran for the Democratic presidential nomination in 2020 faded early in the contest. However, with the emergence of the ...
75% White Americans want Joe Biden to pick woman of color as VP, Kamala Harris the most backed candidate: Poll
California Senator Kamala Harris is preferred by 41% white Americans as against 32% of Black Americans , the poll indicated ...
Institute for Nonviolence Chicago Director Chris Patterson addresses the recent gun violence in the city ahead of the 4th of July weekend
Chris Patterson, Senior Director of Programs & Policy at the Institute for Nonviolence Chicago, speaks with Ji about their collaborative community-based approach, their programs, and how they ...
ASU mourns the loss of Hugh Downs, celebrates his legacy and service
Hugh Downs, the namesake of ASU's School of Human Communication died peacefully in his Scottsdale home surrounded by his family on July 1 at the age of 99, but his name and legacy are thriving at the ...
To the Texas GOP, “Freedom of Choice” During a Pandemic Means the Freedom to Die for Profit
In Texas, like in many other GOP controlled states, our Governor and Lt ... before COVID-19 (in a 12-way race I missed making it into the run off by 1.5%) As an organizer and progressive, I ...
Star Parker: Democratic politicking kills police reform
With all the hot rhetoric about race and police, we would hope that we would be having a sober, serious national discussion on the issue that would shine light, understanding ...
Blangiardi thinks he should be mayor
Civil Beat reports that Blangiardi was involved in a 1980’s bank fraud scheme. This is one of those things that speaks to a man’s character, whether you like it or not. Are Oahu residents prepared to ...
Trump, in a hole, digs deeper into racial incitement
President Donald Trump on Wednesday suggested that painting the words “Black Lives Matter” on New York City’s Fifth Avenue would amount to a “symbol of hate,” complaining that ...
The Yellow Plague and Romantic Anticapitalism
This article will be released in full online August 3, 2020. COVID-19 is a great revealer, laying bare the structures of racial disposability that have sacrificed people, from migrant detainees ...
It’s July 1. Here’s where the race for president stands today
The coronavirus has all but assured us that we’re going to have the most bizarre presidential race in modern history.
The Note: Biden turns Trump messaging against him
Criticism Joe Biden faced for going quiet in recent months has long since faded. It's President Donald Trump who is strangely absent from this moment.
A bleak budget for NYC
The City Council approved a budget Tuesday night that is sure to please no one. Members on the left faulted the Council Speaker and mayor for failing to cut at least $1 billion from the NYPD, while ...