amy klobuchar

college debt

What the 2020 Democrats Say They'll Do About Your College Debt

Where the candidates stand on debt forgiveness and free or low-cost college.
Rex Santus
Kelly Vinett
mueller report

Barr doesn’t have a problem with Trump praising Manafort for not “flipping”

"Discouraging flipping, in that sense, is not obstruction.”
Christina Sterbenz
health care

Bernie's latest Medicare for All bill has a key difference from his last one

The legislation was co-signed by four other 2020 Democratic presidential candidates.
Rex Santus
tax returns

Elizabeth Warren just released her tax returns. Don't expect to see Trump's.

Warren and her husband donated $50,128 to charitable causes, according to their tax return.
Rex Santus

The 2020 Democratic Frontrunners Need to Answer for Their Votes on SESTA

SESTA put my sex worker community in severe danger. We need to demand our candidates commit to better policy this primary.
Liara Roux
medicare for all

Where the 2020 Democratic hopefuls stand on Medicare for All

It seems like all the rage, but what it actually means depends on who, and sometimes when, you ask.
Rex Santus

Members of Congress Can't Use Tax Dollars for Harassment Settlements Anymore

Lawmakers in the House and Senate changed a decades-old rule that let members of Congress accused of sexual misconduct pay settlements with taxpayer dollars.
Marie Solis
supreme court

Watch the women of the Kavanaugh hearings actually acting like adults

Voices were raised, but never by women.
Ben Craw

Facebook waited 16 days to tell people their private posts were actually public

While Congress refuses to act on a bill that would require companies to disclose breaches within 72 hours.
David Gilbert
Russian interference

Democrats now have a plan to regulate Facebook advertising

Senators Mark Warner (D-VA) and Amy Klobuchar (D-Minn) are sponsoring a bill that would regulate political ads on Facebook, Google and Twitter.
Noah Kulwin