Policy

Joseph Zeballos-Roig
15 Jun 2021, 23:53

The White House is giving bipartisan infrastructure negotiations until the end of June even as progressive opposition swells

The White House is giving bipartisan infrastructure negotiations until the end of June even as progressive opposition swells

The White House is giving bipartisan infrastructure negotiations until the end of June even as progressive opposition swells

Bernie Sanders joined a growing number of Democrats who rejected an emerging proposal as too meager to address climate change and inequality.

The average female college grad gets a $35,000 starting salary - not much more than the typical borrower's student-debt load, report finds
Ayelet Sheffey
15 Jun 2021, 22:06

The average female college grad gets a $35,000 starting salary - not much more than the typical borrower's student-debt load, report finds

The American Association of University Women found female borrowers held $31,276 in student debt on average after graduation.

Indiana is getting sued over ending federal unemployment benefits early - and it could mean benefits won't expire next week
Juliana Kaplan
15 Jun 2021, 22:06

Indiana is getting sued over ending federal unemployment benefits early - and it could mean benefits won't expire next week

The two law firms suing have asked for a preliminary injunction as the case proceeds, which would give benefits to Indiana residents in the interim.