A Simple Theory of Why Trump Did Well Jamelle Bouie
Elections are complicated, but the money the government sent to more than 150 million Americans didn’t hurt.
Detroit mayor accuses Trump Michigan allies of racism TheHill
2 Wayne County Canvassers Seek To Reverse Election Certification Patch
Two Republican members of the Wayne County Board of Commissioners are seeking to rescind their votes to approve Nov. 3 election results.
Trump campaign avoids $8M bill by limiting Wisconsin recount to cities with large Black populations Salon
The Nation’s Top Election Official Has Overdosed on the Trump Kool-Aid Daily Beast
The United States Is Not a Democracy. Stop Telling Students That It Is. The Zinn Project
Two Water Protectors Lock Down to Enbridge Line 3 Excavators Blocking Active Construction Last Real Indians
Hero nurses, untrustworthy domestic workers, and vilified sex workers openDemocracy
In times of pandemic, women migrants are facing restrictions on their mobility and the devaluation of their labor.
Recession With a Difference: Women Face Special Burden NYTimes
Hit hard by job losses and the pandemic’s effect on schooling and child care, American women face short-term difficulties and long-term repercussions.
19-year-old fatally shot by 4 Jacksonville officers CBS 12
Managers at a Tyson facility bet on how many of their workers would get sick with COVID-19 after they were ordered to work during the pandemic, a wrongful death lawsuit alleges Business Insider
Inside the Lives of Immigrant Teens Working Dangerous Night Shifts in Suburban Factories ProPublica
No Payment, No Problem: In Rosy World of Forbearance, Official Delinquencies Plunge, Credit Scores of Delinquent Borrowers Jump Wolf Street
Walmart and McDonald’s have the most workers on food stamps and Medicaid, new study shows Washington Post
If Congress doesn’t act, 12 million Americans could lose unemployment aid after Christmas Washington Post
MTA proposes catastrophic service cuts amid COVID-19 budget crunch NY Daily News
Covid-19 Started in Italy, in September 2019, Not in China in December Eric Zuesse
‘People are going to die’: Hospitals in half the states are facing a massive staffing shortage as Covid-19 surges Stat
Beyond COVID-19: the Power Struggle Over Alternatives for Health Care Reform Counterpunch
Evo Morales Assumes MAS Presidency in Bolivia teleSUR
US State Department to Release ‘Kennan-Style’ Blueprint for Containing China Sputnik
The US shooting down a mock ICBM was a warning to China, observers say Business Insider
Europe ‘Risks Falling Behind Again’ In 5G Rollout Amid Swedish Huawei Ban, Ericsson Chief Exec Says Sputnik
Australian special forces executed 39 prisoners and civilians in Afghanistan, report finds Washington Post
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