Former Education Secretary Arne Duncan: Trump Has 'No Ability' To Order Schools To Reopen
Arne Duncan, former Secretary of Education under President Barack Obama, shares his perspective on the Trump administration's push for schools to reopen in the fall.
How Elderly People Are Left Behind During Medical Care Rationing
With hospitals in places like Arizona running short on intensive care beds for COVID-19 patients, health care officials must make critical decisions about who gets priority.
Stockton, CA, Pilot Program Raises Support For Universal Basic Income Among US Mayors
Universal basic income, the policy that promises a regular paycheck regardless of employment, is starting to gain traction and funding.
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