Kimberly Lawson is senior editor at COURIER. She is a former alt weekly newspaper editor and freelance writer based in the South, and her writing has been featured in the New York Times, VICE, Rewire.News, The Week and more.
Whether they saw President-elect Joe Biden as the leader to end the pandemic or as someone who can help end racial inequality, Georgia's suburban voters tell us why the state went blue.
The senator's bill that supposedly protects people with preexisting conditions has a major loophole, and he wants to get rid of the Affordable Care Act.
And now she's holding crowded, indoor rallies ahead of her Jan. 5 run-off that will contribute to the increase in Georgia's coronavirus cases.
An indictment released Thursday stated that Steve Bannon and three others "defrauded hundreds of thousands of donors, capitalizing on their interest in funding a border wall."
Thursday's grim report comes as coronavirus infections continue to rise across the country, thus hindering the economic comeback President Donald Trump has touted.
Monday's ruling "means that the Trump administration can no longer force patients to incur unnecessary COVID-19 risks as the price of getting abortion care.”
The ruling could cause tens of thousands of people to lose birth control coverage in one year.