March 31, 2021
A Voting-Tech Company Has Sued Fox News for $1.6 Billion
In the latest lawsuit relating to the 2020 US Presidential elections, Dominion voting systems has sued Fox News for approximately $1.6 billion as compensation for what it says were defamatory lies spread by the media giant after the 2020 US presidential elections.
January 2, 2021
Choosing Process over Policy: The Unavoidability of Horserace Journalism
Horserace journalism dominates election coverage — is that an ethical problem that the media should solve or a natural news and political phenomenon?
December 14, 2020
COVID-19 Micro-Clusters Mismatched for a City in Motion
Micro-Clustering COVID Containment Plan Misses on Key Movement Between Neighborhoods and Essential Workforce in NYC
November 8, 2020
Philadelphia Progressive Organization Says Their Fight Continues After Biden Win
Amidst a Biden victory, a Philadelphia organization reminds the city that it must keep fighting for justice.
November 5, 2020
California Voters Confirm Rideshare and Delivery Drivers as Independent Contractors
California voters resolved a long and bitter legal dispute this week, deciding 58.4% to 41.6% that rideshare app companies like Uber, Lyft, and DoorDash are not required to consider their drivers as full-time employees but as independent contractors.