HISTORY REPEATS - Several years ago I went to a small conference in Washington, D.C., and sat in on a lecture on “a new era of statecraft.”
GUEST COMMENTARY - I’m beyond fed up that the gender of the murderers are still largely absent from conversations about America’s mass shootings crisis.
GUEST COMMENTARY - I am at a loss for words to describe my utter outrage, my excruciating pain, and my revulsion at yet another massacre in what has become an unending cycle of carnage wrought by guns.
SCOTUS - When Supreme Court member Sam Alito’s secret plan for canceling the constitutional right of people to end their pregnancies leaked to the public, Republican politicos went ballistic.
CITIES REBOUNDING? - America’s great cities are coming back, albeit slowly, from the shock of the pandemic, and its divisive aftermath.
GUEST COMMENTARY - For 50 years now, people have told desperate, heart-breaking stories about what it was like to search for an abortion in the days before Roe v. Wade.
US CONSTITUTION - There’s a lot to be worried about in the draft Supreme Court opinion that would overturn Roe v. Wade — and with it, half a century of constitutional precedent.
WORKER’S COMPENSATION - Guests at the Tempe Mission Palms resort hotel — with its mid-century lounge and heated rooftop pool — are unlikely to think much about workers like Yolanda Hernandez.
IMMIGRATION WATCH - May is Asian American Heritage Month. It’s a good time to celebrate the many successes and contributions of our diverse immigrant communities.
INFLATION WATCH - The problem with our so-called "free market" is that it's not free for you and me.
INFLATION WATCH - Though corporate America would like us to believe otherwise, the retail prices of essential goods like food and energy are not set by simple supply and demand.
TAX DAY - Today, as millions of Californians rush to file their tax returns and apply for tax credits, state lawmakers are returning to Sacramento from an 11-day spring recess — and preparing to resume negotiations over the best way to put money back in residents’ pockets.