Joe Biden’s 2020 Campaign Takes Shape

April 30, 2019

Joe Biden, who reportedly considered tapping Senator Elizabeth Warren as a running mate had he been the party’s 2016 nominee, has adopted some of her rhetoric. She tends to talk audiences through the history of post-Reagan capitalism, identifying moments when deregulation allowed executive […]

WP: Elizabeth Warren Shines at Nevada Candidates Forum

April 30, 2019

“On Saturday, the Service Employees International Union and the Center for American Progress Action Fund held a National Forum on Wages and Working People in Las Vegas, with several 2020 Democratic candidates in attendance,” writes Helaine […]

John Singleton, ‘Boyz N the Hood’ Director, Dies at 51

April 29, 2019

John Singleton, a screenwriter and film director whose powerful 1991 debut, Boyz N the Hood, earned him two Oscar nominations and was considered groundbreaking for its humane depiction of the lives of young black men on the violent streets of South […]

Some 88 Percent of Showrunners are White, WGA West Finds

April 29, 2019

In an effort to promote transparency and accountability with respect to the industry’s diversity problem, the Writers Guild of America West has released its first ever Inclusion Report Card. Based on WGAW employment data on the 2,895 jobs […]

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