Keya is a reporter at COURIER, where he covers healthcare, education, the economy, and the occasional story about millennials. Prior to joining Courier Newsroom, Keya worked as a researcher in the film industry and dabbled in the political world.
During her Senate confirmation hearings last week, Judge Amy Coney Barrett would not confirm whether she agrees that the Constitution empowers Congress to protect the vote for all citizens.
The decision was tentatively celebrated by voting rights advocates, but also underscored significant concerns over what the impending confirmation of Judge Amy Coney Barrett could mean for the Court.
“There are proven ways to help people find work, and taking food away from individuals makes them no more ready to find a job or secure a job."
Ieisha Franceis, a mother and grandmother in Durham, North Carolina, talks about the hardships she endures just trying to make ends meet.
While President Trump cast doubt on the need for masks and contradicted his own scientists, Joe Biden said he would rely on scientists and urged Americans to wear masks.
Wealthy investors were privately warned about the potential economic devastation of the COVID pandemic. Ordinary Americans were not, and at least 8 million have fallen into poverty.
“The judicial branch of government in this country ... has been critical in our ability to see change move as a nation."