As the bodies pile up, so does the misinformation — which in turn leads to more bodies. Yet, there’s hope, if people would only listen to science. But will they?
Ohio Senator Sherrod Brown (D) shares his passion and hope that progressive causes and the institution of the US Senate can still flourish.
The simple and quaint past way of voting is over. It’s a brave new world and the authors of the new WhoWhatWhy e-book help us understand it.
Cyber criminals may be looking to spread false election results. Here’s how you can help.
Matt Yglesias makes the jaw-dropping argument that 1 billion Americans would make us a better, stronger, and more competitive country.
Law Professor and election expert Edward Foley on how to understand the election results of 2020, and how long it may take them to come into focus.
Only electoral candidates have the right to challenge election results, so April Smith is teaching them how to mitigate electronic voting risks.
The author of What’s the Matter with Kansas? tries to re-energize and redefine “populism” — which he sees as the most misunderstood movement of our time.
A look at Fox News, its power and its stars, stripped of the usual anger and hyperbole. A conversation with Brian Stelter.
The 78 days between Election Day and inauguration may be the most trying in our nation's history. Will Trump accept the results, and even if he finally does, at what cost to the country?
E-poll books are used around the US to check in voters. Because they use Wi-Fi or Bluetooth, they’re vulnerable to manipulation and malfunction.
A case study of author Nicholson Baker’s obsession with trying to understand the dark side of Cold War history, while it’s shrouded in denials of FOIA requests.
Why the current COVID-19 testing method is wrong, and what we need in its place. And why, if used correctly, the right test could control or even end the pandemic.
In a year when 50 percent of voters or more are expected to vote by mail in the general election, “the surrender rule” could require millions to vote by provisional ballots. Emily Levy interviews election protection activist Mimi Kennedy about what happens when voters who are listed as having been sent a mail ballot show up to the polls to vote in person. The answer could be suppression.
Posthumous podcast: Talking tabloids, immigrant dreams, and Frank Sinatra.
The crazy but important story of what happens when the White House, the Pentagon, and the world’s greatest scientists are forced to work with Hollywood.
An in-depth look at why evangelicals are Trump's most unwavering supporters, and their plans for making Christianity great again.
How the history of CIA and KGB Cold War covert election interference led us to what we face today.
Bennie Smith discovered a high-risk tampering mechanism built into US election systems.
Smith explains what he found, its implications, and how election officials and members of the public can detect this “feature” of our voting systems that belies the principle of “one person, one vote.”
A look at free speech, hate speech, campus speech, and post-truth speech.
Joe McCarthy may have been America’s most vicious demagogue. But he passed all his “skills” onto Donald Trump. To understand McCarthy is to understand what we are living through.
The founder of the Transformative Justice Coalition talks about efforts to stop your vote from being counted — and what you can do about it.
A former US senator looks at how Trump might lose the election — and still remain in power.
Investigative journalist and former Moscow correspondent Catherine Belton looks at the untold, human, and complex story of Vladimir Putin.