Environment and Health
Ignoring bad news won’t make it go away. But when bad news hurts your ability to act, take a break.
What we’re witnessing at our border is one part of a war against all children — whether by cuts to schools, child nutrition, health care, safe air and water, or family-supporting jobs.
A recent UN report on international poverty highlighted an unexpected crisis area: the United States.
The government’s own watchdogs agree: Regulators have been ignoring local communities and siding with industry way too often.
If setting fires that need urgent putting out is a conscious tactic to distract attention from all the other bad things the administration wants to do, it’s working.
The Koch brothers are really getting their money’s worth from Trump’s secretary of state.
Both are bad, but Scott Pruitt’s abuse of our environment is far more dangerous than his abuse of taxpayer money.
The president says he wants to lower drug prices, but Big Pharma isn’t fooled.
Despite bad headlines, VA medical centers produce better health outcomes than for-profit facilities — and for less.
Poor people of all races are shifting the national conversation on poverty and race from “right vs. left” to “right vs. wrong.”