The latest from On Point
After 10 conversations with dozens of Americans, we've collected the stories and opinions of voters about the 2020 election.
For many health care workers, a new coronavirus spike means they’ve barely had a moment to step back fully from the first massive wave of cases this spring.
How does a country succumb to authoritarian rule?
Campaigns make their last stand. The Supreme Court weighs in on ballot deadlines. Coronavirus numbers skyrocket. We make sense of the week's news.
The United States has fought against authoritarian governments. Does that mean it can't happen here?
Both campaigns agree -- the road to the White House runs through the Tar Heel state.
Faces of the pandemic's economic impact.
Our favorite finance experts, Rana Foroohar and Michelle Singletary on COVID relief and the Washington disconnect.
Dmytro Kuleba, Ukraine’s Minister for Foreign Affairs, walks us through why democracies are particularly vulnerable to election interference.
We talk about how the tentacles of disinformation reach into millions of homes.
Remembering David Pettee, a Unitarian Universalist minister from Cambridge, Massachusetts.
We make sense of a week of campaign spending, signals and strategy as the end of voting nears.
We hear from three women from around the country about what this 'shecession' means for their future.
These are not easy times for women. Gains in the workplace are being lost. We look at this “shecession.”
On this week's voter roundtable, we hear from people affected by COVID-19. How do they feel about President Trump’s response to the pandemic?
What we know about the integrity of the votes cast by America's 538 electors.
We take a look at voter suppression ahead of the presidential election.
Everlean Rutherford arrived at her early polling location in Cobb County, Georgia at around 10 a.m. She didn't leave until it was her turn to cast her vote — almost...
We make sense of the week’s news from Capitol Hill to the campaign trail.
Racism, political violence and protecting the polls.