Officials Defend Plan To Close Almost All Polling Places In Majority Black Georgia County
Local officials say they need to close seven polling places because they aren't accessible to people with disabilities. The ACLU says that doesn't make s...
60% of world's wildlife has been wiped out since 1970 | CBC News
Well over half the world’s population of vertebrates, from fish to birds to mammals, have been wiped out in the past four decades, says a new report from the World Wildlife Fund.
READ: Christine Blasey Ford's Opening Statement For Senate Hearing
Ford says Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh sexually assaulted her when they were in high school. On Thursday, she is testifying before the Senate Judiciary Committee about the allegation.
Georgia Voters: Here’s How to Legally Vote Even if You’re on Brian Kemp’s Can’t-Vote List
If you have photo ID that matches your voter registration card, you can still vote. Read More...
Employers Eager to Hire Try a New Policy: ‘No Experience Necessary’
Inexperienced job applicants face better odds in the labor market as more companies drop work-history and degree requirements
Opinion | Actually, Republicans Do Believe in Climate Change (Published 2018)
If Democrats and Republicans agree about climate change, why do they disagree about climate policy?
Maryland breaks with Trump administration, pushes tougher water pollution rules
State coal-fired power plants must adhere to tougher Obama-era pollution rules suspended by the Trump administration.
How Tech Billionaires Hack Their Taxes With a Philanthropic Loophole (Published 2018)
Woodman achieved this enticing combination of tax efficiency and secrecy by using a donor-advised fund — a sort of checking account with serious tax benefits and little or no accountability.
Public Service Freedom to Negotiate Act would require public-sector employees to pay union fees
Should employees covered by a union be allowed to forego paying their dues if they disagree with the union? Mark Janus works for Illinois Department of Healthcare and Family Services as a child…
Supreme Court Upholds Controversial Ohio Voter-Purge Law
The Supreme Court upheld the most aggressive voter-purge law in the country. If a voter doesn't respond to mailings or hasn't voted in two consecutive elections, they are kicked off the rolls.