Sarah Jones

  1. politics
    What Republicans Mean When They Say ‘Stacey Abrams’Joe Manchin doesn’t make for an easy demon.
  2. business
    Amazon Is Too Large to SustainThe company’s growth outpaces its ability to care for its workforce.
  3. politics
    Reality Winner Is Finally Out of PrisonThe NSA contractor remains in federal custody in a reentry program after getting five years behind bars for leaking secrets.
  4. politics
    What Does Kyrsten Sinema Care About?The senator’s “what, me worry?” attitude and defense of the filibuster leaves voters in the lurch.
  5. politics
    Trump Wasn’t Cut Out for a Blogger’s LifeAfter just a month, the ex-president is tired of blogging.
  6. politics
    The Vaccine Hesitant on Why They Finally Got the ShotIt’s not about science, it’s about trust.
  7. business
    Even a Dystopia Would Wince at Amazon’s ‘ZenBooth’Workers need more bathroom breaks. Instead, they get a box to meditate in.
  8. media
    Who Is the Media Really For?The AP’s firing of Emily Wilder and CNN’s protection of Chris Cuomo show the true values of what passes for journalism.
  9. pandemic
    ‘You Can’t Trust People’Seven vaccinated people explain why they’re bucking CDC’s recommendation to take off their masks.
  10. far out
    Little Green Men After Our HeartsWhy do we care so much about aliens?
  11. business
    ‘It Hurts My Heart When I Have to Say, You Got to Speed Up’An Amazon dispatcher on her job surveilling your delivery driver.
  12. politics
    The Return of the Welfare Queen MythBiden shouldn’t give in to old right-wing smears of the poor.
  13. politics
    The Sexist Backlash to Universal Day CareWomen left the workforce. The right wants to keep it that way.
  14. politics
    What Comes After Trickle-Down Economics?If Biden really wants to get beyond the neoliberal consensus, he needs the left.
  15. sports
    Why Valets Are Ready to Disrupt the Kentucky DerbyThe workers who tend to thoroughbreds want more for their dangerous jobs from Churchill Downs.
  16. politics
    What Was Missing From Biden’s SpeechThe president went big on policy, but there was at least one notable omission.
  17. politics
    Biden to Give Nearly 400,000 Workers a $15 Minimum WageAn executive order will do what Congress refuses to do, at least for employees of federal contractors.
  18. politics
    George W. Bush Can’t Paint His Way Out of HellThe chilling spectacle of watching the political class redeem a criminal, again.
  19. 2021 elections
    ‘It’s Not Enough to Be Progressive. You Have to Have Been There.’Tahanie Aboushi is running to be Manhattan DA after her own family was prosecuted.
  20. business
    ‘There’s a Very Human Cost to Convenience’An Amazon driver on delivering your packages, being tracked by his bosses, and having to pee in bottles.
  21. business
    Philanthropic MonstersA new book shows how the Sackler family behind the opioid epidemic tried to buy immortality. They almost succeeded.
  22. politics
    The GOP’s Barebones AmericaBehind a narrow definition of infrastructure lies a narrow vision for the country.
  23. business
    America’s Failure Is Amazon’s SuccessAlec MacGillis’s Fulfillment is a portrait of trickle-down inequality.
  24. amazon
    Amazon Defeats Union Drive in Bessemer, Alabama VoteIt’s a setback for the labor movement but an opening salvo in a much longer fight.
  25. politics
    North Carolina Republicans Want to Punish Gender ThoughtcrimeA new bill would require public employees to notify parents if a child displays “gender nonconformity.”
  26. politics
    ‘The System for Wealth Building Is Designed to Build White Wealth’Professor Dorothy Brown on the racist nature of the tax code and how to fix it.
  27. politics
    The First Major Progressive Challenger of 2022 Is HereOdessa Kelly runs to unseat a Blue Dog Democrat in Tennessee, recruited by the same group behind Jamaal Bowman and Cori Bush.
  28. business
    Convenience Is Destroying UsAmazon hopes it’s fast enough to make us complacent.
  29. politics
    Democratic Firm Is Accused of Firing Workers for Speaking UpCivis Analytics bills itself as progressive, but ex-employees say they were let go for trying to make the company live up to its values.
  30. politics
    What the Christian Right Freakout Over Lil Nas X Is Really AboutBehind the latest satanic panic is a fear of losing the future.
  31. politics
    Republicans in Missouri and Georgia Turn Their Backs on DemocracyWhat moves against Medicaid expansion and voting rights have in common.
  32. politics
    ‘I Will Be 55 Before I Am Fully Free’Five people on the high cost of not forgiving student-loan debt.
  33. disasters
    A Few Thoughts About the Big BoatSometimes we all get stuck.
  34. nomadland
    No Country for the Old: On Nomadland and Some Kind of HeavenTwo films — Nomadland and Some Kind of Heaven — present very different visions of aging in modern-day America.
  35. evangelicals
    Evangelicals Must Confront Their Toxic Sexual PoliticsThe Atlanta spa shooter’s actions should spur an overdue reckoning within American Evangelicalism.
  36. politics
    The Fake Feminists Fighting the Equality ActJosh Hawley says he’s trying to protect women by leaving trans and queer ones vulnerable.
  37. politics
    The Fight Over the Public Option Is Already HereThe largest health-care fight since Obamacare starts with a preemptive strike.
  38. business
    Amazon Worker: ‘It’s Not Fair to Get Fired for Going to the Bathroom’An Amazon worker in Bessemer, Alabama, on the fight for a union.
  39. politics
    The PRO Act Could Do More Than Revive UnionsWhat’s inside the most important legislation to organized labor in decades.
  40. politics
    The American Rescue Plan’s Tacit Admission About AmericaWe don’t have to accept child poverty or a racial wealth gap.
  41. covid-19
    The Year of Lost OpportunitiesA better world is still possible. But we’re letting it slip away.
  42. politics
    The DCCC Blacklist Is No MoreVendors will no longer be penalized for working with progressive primary candidates.
  43. feminism
    For International Women’s Day, Raise the Minimum WageLow wages keep women in poverty and make them vulnerable to sexual abuse.
  44. death penalty
    South Carolina Understands What the Death Penalty Is ForState senators want to execute people by firing squad. That would be as brutal as the death penalty itself.
  45. minimum wage increase
    Democrats Courted Fight for $15. The Movement Wants Them to Deliver.“Stop trying to play nicey-nice in the sandbox.”
  46. politics
    Biden’s Pro-Union Message to Amazon Workers Is a Big DealIn an unprecedented move, the president told workers they have the right to organize.
  47. pandemic
    Unions Aren’t the Obstacle to Reopening SchoolsTeachers can’t wish away the consequences of underfunding public education.
  48. media
    Why Did First Look Let Go of Laura Poitras?A co-founder turns critic.
  49. smitings
    You Know Who Loves to Cancel People? God.A Fox News host worries that the left will come for Bible characters.
  50. scandals
    Ted Cruz Flew to Cancun While His Constituents FrozePhotos show the senator headed to Mexico with his family amid a double crisis in Texas. His lack of empathy shouldn’t come as a shock.
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