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Emily Tamkin is the New Statesman’s US editor
Police brutality and endemic racism is not a Minnesotan problem; it’s an American problem.
The killing of George Floyd by a police officer in Minneapolis was all too familiar.
The reborn progressive movement is determined to wield its influence and transform the Democratic Party from within.
The killing of George Floyd has, like other killings of black Americans, been quickly repurposed as a story about the violence of the ensuing protests.
There’s a sense that things are coming full circle for the US secretary of state.
This election year, everything is unprecedented and nothing is inevitable.
Ami Bera is a Congressman and former chief medical officer who in 2018 opposed White House plans to cancel pandemic funding and disband the preparedness office.
Whitmer has won national attention and praise for forcing her state’s residents to stay at home.
Legitimate criticism of the wealthy must not spill over into conspiracy theories.
Comparisons to past injustices and genuine discrimination are ludicrous. We are being told to stay at home for our own safety.