In the midst of deep polarization, you don’t find common ground by being right—you seek a place to have a conversation.
Can the country be unified following such a bruising presidential election? Columnists Shariq Siddqui and Claire Fiddian-Green explore the idea, while Riley Parr ponders what unity means at all. Other columnists tackle voting, health policy and the U.S. Supreme Court.
Regardless of political views, geography, race, ethnicity, religion, income or gender, our votes all count the same.
Pro tip: Define what you stand for.
Biden, moderate in temperament and empathetic in character, is uniquely qualified to reach across the chasm.
The vote reveals the depth of the polarization we face as a nation.
Kamala Harris’ biracial heritage provides the visual inspiration that can inspire all girls.
If Libertarians play their cards right, they can grow their status as a political party in Indiana.
The GOP increased its already strong hold on the map-making process that will define legislative districts for the coming decade.
Segments of the American public will completely distrust the electoral system and believe that their vote does not matter.
Democrats need someone in the top job who can keep the lights on and spirits high while figuring out what comes next.
Every voter who was in those long lines this fall should have killed the time by calling lawmakers and demanding immediate changes in the law.
It turns out the pandemic wasn’t a political stunt. It really is killing people.
CDC scientists were intimidated, silenced and their expertise marginalized with the message that the administration’s changes were not optional.
While folks might get an A for effort, the results of diversity and inclusion initiatives have been a failure benefitting almost everyone except Blacks.
Have we finally—after four painful years—reached the point where enough is enough?
We know everyone has implicit bias—which raises the challenge of figuring out how to manage it in order to arrive at bias-free decisions.
Informed public policy that is inclusive of the diverse views of our state’s residents is better public policy.
I consider myself a feminist, and that is not just sycophantic rhetoric aimed at all the strong women in my life.
Everything comes with a price, and, when casinos produce huge profits, greed is sure to follow.
The effort to rapidly bring an effective vaccine forward for massive distribution and inoculation has been truly amazing.
Trump is far from my ideal for a president, but he is right for the job.