Is Long COVID Part Of The Historically Tight Labor Market? Signs Point to Yes.
Long COVID Has Likely Taken Millions of Americans Out of the Workforce
The Right-Wing Plan To Bring Down The Regulators Reaches The Supreme Court
A warped view of agency power has been winning over conservative judges.
Justice Delayed, Justice Denied: 11th Circuit Fails To Rule On Case For Seven Years
The exclusive story of how a key appeals court left one case languishing for nearly a decade.
Inside The Fight To Stop The Supreme Court From Slashing The Social Safety Net
Meet the little guys trying to get the case dropped…before it’s too late.
Congress Failed To Pass Paid Family Leave. Now It Could Be On The Ballot
After paid family leave was slashed from Democrats' reconciliation package, activists ramped up pressure on the states. In many, the issue will be on the ballot in upcoming elections.
Trying To Slice Abortions From Health Care Spits In The Face Of 50 Years Of Medical Progress
The Supreme Court has not just turned back the clock on reproductive health. It’s done something worse. And we’re already seeing the impact.
What Would It Take For Guns To One Day Go The Way Of Cigarettes?
Lessons for our current moment from the 40-year-long war on tobacco.
The Supreme Court Is Poised To Shift Executive Branch Power To Itself
It’s a right-wing dream decades in the making.
How Greg Abbott’s Border Deployment Stunt Turned Into A Political Nightmare
On his way to a third term, Texas' governor deployed thousands of National Guard troops to the border. Now, they're finding their voices.