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An idea once touted by Martin Luther King Jr. is gaining momentum in cities across the nation, where pilot programs are already sending money to low-wage workers, many of them Black mothers.

Chabeli Carrazana


A new study finds that 5.6 percent of the U.S. population now identifies as LGBTQ+, growth which the authors noted was driven by young adults.

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New CDC data shows COVID cases spiked when Georgia schools reopened

The data underscores the importance of disease prevention measures when opening schools, researchers said.

Shefali Luthra

Inside the Lincoln Project’s ‘toxic’ workplace

Interviews with nearly two dozen people with knowledge of the group’s workings reveal a culture of infighting, sexist language and disparate treatment.

Amanda Becker
Terri Sewell

There are no Black women in the Senate. Will Rep. Terri Sewell run for a seat?

With the planned retirement of Republican Sen. Richard Shelby, Sewell says, ‘I’m doing my homework.’

Errin Haines

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