While leading Democrats have embraced mail voting, Trump has repeatedly denounced it, falsely claiming it opens the door to massive fraud. By Zachary Roth, Stateline Fearing that Democrats hold a crucial edge in ballots cast
Rather than a drain on the economy, an uptick in immigration presents an opportunity to alleviate labor shortage. By Ramya Vijaya, the Conversation Although Congress is failing to pass laws to restrict the number of
Growing economic integration with Mexico and Latin America could help the United States avoid the fate of an aging China. By Howard W. French Every now and then, a narrowly framed news item offers up glimmers
Advocates say the pandemic helped spur state efforts to provide coverage to more people. By Nada Hassanein, Stateline Gabriel Henao fled Colombia to escape a guerrilla group who, he said, twice threatened to kill him.
New report shows stalled college completion rates with disparate declines for Black and Latino students at public four-year colleges. By Joshua Bay, The74 This article originally appeared on The74 As pandemic challenges changed Black and
A maturing community, the nation’s need for service workers and higher wages are boosting Hispanic incomes. by Tim Henderson, Stateline The Hispanic middle class has grown faster than the white or Black middle class in
Ten states have uninsured rates below 5 percent. What are they doing right? By Dylan Scott Universal health care remains an unrealized dream for the United States. But in some parts of the country, the