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Co-published with SalonArizona Republicans have worked long and hard to lock down a majority — and seize power over the state's electors.

Co-published with Religion News Service. As Texas conducts a post-mortem on the Deep Freeze, this moment reveals a critical disconnect in the political and moral framework for Christian voters.

Co-published with Nieman ReportsAs journalists turn their attention to the inauguration and the 2022 midterms, report on Latinos like any other group of voters.

Co-published with The Nation. Livestreamers and citizen journalists are providing constant, steady footage of the protests for Black Lives. Is that a good thing?

In June, our contributing editor Rich Benjamin went on MSNBC to talk about politics, police brutality, and public perceptions over the nationwide protests sparked by the police killing of George Floyd.

Co-published with The Los Angeles Times. Millennial voters will play a key role in this election, since if they stay at home, Democrats are likely to lose.

Co-published with The New York Times. Political rhetoric has gotten dull and empathy fatigue has set in. A more creative communication approach can combat that.

Co-published with WBUR. After nearly two years in the making, artist Steve Locke is withdrawing his proposal for a slave trade memorial in front of Faneuil Hall due to opposition from the Boston NAACP.

Co-published with ELLEOver the next few months, Linda Tirado will be talking to a group of women in America about what influenced them to vote for Donald Trump and how he's met their expectations so far.

Co-published with ReutersToday, the process of a movement or a person going from outsider to insider, which once took years or even decades, happens in a matter of months.

Co-published with The Guardian. How American journalists should organize and fight in such a climate is a long and uncertain discussion. But they will fight a losing battle without the trust and support of the American public.

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