Environment and Health
Natural scientists have done their part by creating vaccines. To get people to take them, we need social science.
Georgia will determine control of the Senate. The votes of Latinos, who have suffered badly during the pandemic, could be decisive.
The Senate GOP leader’s refusal to pass COVID-19 aid without corporate immunity should be the scandal of the year.
Students don’t fail because they are lazy. They fail because something is wrong in their lives — and right now, so much is wrong.
Walmart’s owners are seeing their wealth surge while my former coworkers there go without hazard pay. That has to change.
More communities are standing up to pipelines. The fossil fuel industry wants to make that a felony.
Not even a raging pandemic stopped Republicans from dragging yet another effort to throw millions off their health care to the Supreme Court.
In red and blue states alike, every legalization measure on the ballot this year won with big margins.
Yes, we need more immediate safety measures — but also longer-term solutions for the pollution causing these climate disasters.
There should only be one America: one where we all get the best care and the widest range of choices.