Energy efficiency jobs—like retrofitting buildings to meet LEED standards—could create hundreds of thousands of jobs. And Biden has put them at the center of his campaign to help America recover. (Graphic by COURIER)
Green Jobs Are Real, Pay Good Money, and Only One Candidate Knows That

Making the United States more energy efficient could create hundreds of thousands of well-paying jobs, save the planet, and help end the coronavirus recession.

Photo by Sarah Silbiger/Getty Images. Graphic treatment by Denzel Boyd for COURIER.
Changed Your Mind? You Can Still Vote in Person Even if You Requested a Mail Ballot.

It's no longer safe to assume your ballot will arrive on time if you send it by mail. You can, however, vote in person, but keep in mind there are some things to be aware of.

Chief Justice John G. Roberts (R) administers the Judicial Oath to U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice Amy Coney Barrett as her husband Jesse Barrett holds the Bible in the East Conference Room, Supreme Court Building on October 27, 2020 in Washington, DC. (Photo by Fred Schilling/Collection of the Supreme Court of the United States via Getty Images)
The SCOTUS Ruling on Wisconsin Ballots Could Affect the Whole Nation

The Supreme Court said Wisconsin can't count ballots that arrive after Election Day. Similar cases are coming in key battleground states like North Carolina and Pennsylvania.

A nurse makes a note on the window of a coronavirus (COVID-19) patient's room in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) at El Centro Regional Medical Center in hard-hit Imperial County on July 28, 2020 in El Centro, California. (Photo by Mario Tama/Getty Images)
Nurses Make Up More Than a Third of Healthcare Workers Hospitalized with COVID

Among healthcare workers, CDC report finds nurses were the most likely to get COVID-19.

Vice presidential candidate Kamala Harris, at a Charlotte sneaker shop, shows off the new shoe designed for her. (Image via screenshot)
In Charlotte, Kamala Harris Talks Sneakers, Historically Black Colleges, and Voting

Vice presidential candidate Kamala Harris got her own shoe and talked about racial inequality with the owner of a Charlotte sneaker shop.

No one is better suited to vote for the president than those who serve him.
If You Answer to the Commander-in-Chief, You Should Vote for Who It Is

When your life depends on the decisions made at the top, why shouldn’t you exercise your right to vote for that person?

Civil Rights Advocates Look Ahead After Barrett’s Confirmation
Are You Freaked Out Over Amy Coney Barrett’s Supreme Court Confirmation? Read This.

In the face of an even more conservative Supreme Court, civil rights advocates remain committed to the fight for equality. “Right now, we have to get out the vote," one said.

Residents of Baltimore City cast votes as early voting begins in the state of Maryland at Edmondson High School on October 26, 2020 in Baltimore, Maryland.  (Photo by J. Countess/Getty Images)
Over 1,000 Faith Leaders Call for ‘Free and Fair Election’

Evangelical, Jewish, and Muslim leaders sign on to statement calling for government leaders to follow "legitimate election results."