- The Politics Desk
A federal judge ruled on Sunday that Florida's "pay to vote" system for felons is unconstitutional. Read about the 125-page ruling, how it might affect voting rights in other states, and what might come next as the November general election nears.
- Guardian US - Poppy Noor
In the last few weeks a spate of American stores have made headlines after putting up signs telling customers who wear masks they will be denied entry. On Thursday, Vice reported on a Kentucky convenience
- CNN - By Rob McLean, CNN Business
New York (CNN Business) — The coronavirus pandemic has forced many companies to embrace work-from-home solutions. For some, the transition may stick. Several big businesses plan to let much of their staff
- Salon - Sophia Tesfaye
Another Trump con: Now he's cheating frontline workers and National Guard troops Sophia Thomas says she had "had a message to share" during her visit to the White House last week. The president of the
The Net Worth Of America's 600-Plus Billionaires Has Increased By More Than $400 Billion During The PandemicForbes - Tommy Beer
Per the report by Americans for Tax Fairness and the Institute for Policy Studies' Program for Inequality, between March 18 and May 19, the total net worth of the 600-plus U.S. billionaires jumped by billion
- Reuters - by Steve Holland
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump signed an executive order on Tuesday directing federal agencies to cut regulations, a move he said would help the economy recover from the impact of coronavirus
‘Pathological’: Trump slaps wind and solar industry with $50 million in old rent bills while pushing Big Oil bailoutsalternet.org - Julia Conley
- CNN - By Hollie Silverman, Konstantin Toropin, Sara Sidner
(CNN) — The Navajo Nation has surpassed New York and New Jersey for the highest per-capita coronavirus infection rate in the US -- another sign of Covid-19's disproportionate impact on minority communities.
The Justice Department Accidentally Released the Name of Saudi Official Suspected of Helping the 9/11 Hijackerspropublica.org - by Tim Golden and Sebastian Rotella
- TIME - Abby Vesoulis
Amid a global pandemic that has rattled the United States economy and led to record-breaking job losses, the Trump Administration is continuing to push to restrict access to the nation’s largest food program.
- CNN - By Jake Tapper, Anchor and Chief Washington Correspondent
(CNN) — Dr. Anthony Fauci, the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases and member of the White House's coronavirus task force, told CNN he will begin a "modified quarantine"
- Recode - Adam Clark Estes
If you go to Wendy’s this week, there’s a good chance you won’t be able to get a hamburger. Go to the supermarket and you’ll probably see some empty shelves in the meat section. You may also be restricted
US citizen spouses and children of unauthorized immigrants were shut out of stimulus relief. Now they’re suing.Vox - Nicole Narea
Immigrant advocates are arguing in court that American citizens who are married to unauthorized immigrants should still be eligible for stimulus checks along with their children. The $2 trillion Coronavirus
- Vox - Ian Millhiser
Trump v. Pennsylvania and Little Sisters of the Poor v. Pennsylvania are messy cases. Both cases heard by the Supreme Court on Wednesday involve a longstanding battle over employers with religious objections
- Vox - Katelyn Burns
Moments after signing a proclamation honoring National Nurses Day on Wednesday, and in the middle of a pandemic that has already claimed tens of thousands of American lives, President Donald Trump reaffirmed
- Forbes - Davey Winder
President Trump has signed an executive order that declares foreign cybersecurity threats to the U.S. electricity system a national emergency. President Trump signed an executive order, May 1, to further