Jacob Kathman tells USA Today that democratically
elected leaders are still willing to turn a blind eye to atrocities
committed against people other than their own.
Jacob Kathman tells USA Today that we shouldn't
underestimate the willingness of leaders to turn a blind eye to
atrocities committed against people other than their own
James Gardner tells the Huffington Post that a
true crisis of democratic legitimacy is possible without a credibly
independent investigation into Russia-Trump connections.
Michael LaMonte's research says older women with gum
disease or tooth loss are at increased risk of dying early in
The New York Times.
Susan Cahn tells The Associated Press that this is
much more than just a financial issue, but instead a political one
around equal treatment and fighting gender bias.
Nancy Nielsen tells Reuters that Republicans are
in a tough spot as they weigh backlash from voters both now, and in
the next election.
The Washington Post quotes Danielle Pelfrey Duryea
about the impact the GOP health care bill could have on
Robert Silverman tells The Atlantic that any
program from the last 40 years that addresses environmental issues,
education inequality, affordable housing or fair housing seem to be
very low priority in Trump's budget.
Hanna Grol-Prokopczyk tells Vox that people
without a high school degree are nearly four times as likely to
experience chronic pain as someone with a degree.
USA Today writes about the effort to pass the Equal
Rights Amendment and quotes Kari Winter, who says women no
longer have the luxury to ignore politics.
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