How Biden has — and hasn’t — harnessed the national reckoning on race

How Biden has — and hasn’t — harnessed the national reckoning on race

June 2, 2020, was Joe Biden’s moment to rally America. The nation was reeling from days-long protests over the police killing of George Floyd, an unarmed Black man in Minneapolis, and the systemic racism that has long plagued the country. Instead of addressing protesters’ calls,…

A sexual assault allegation hasn’t hurt Biden’s poll numbers — yet

A sexual assault allegation hasn’t hurt Biden’s poll numbers — yet

Tara Reade’s allegation of sexual abuse has not made a noticeable dent in Joe Biden’s poll against President Donald Trump so far. The suspected Democratic nominee has “unequivocally” denied the allegations of sexual assault against Reade, a former Senate official of his, for an incident…

Crypto Influencer Sets Off Firestorm After Asking Why XRP Hasn’t Pumped Yet

Crypto Influencer Sets Off Firestorm After Asking Why XRP Hasn’t Pumped Yet

Popular crypto influencer and outspoken XRP critic Crypto Bitlord just set the cryptoverse ablaze by asking a simple question. In a viral tweet, Bitlord asked his following of 127,000 people on Twitter why Ripple’s native token has not yet staged as big bull rally this…

No, U.S. Military Action Hasn’t Created 37 Million Refugees Since 9/11

No, U.S. Military Action Hasn’t Created 37 Million Refugees Since 9/11

A member of forces loyal to Syria’s President Bashar al-Assad walks atop a damaged building in the government held Sheikh Saeed district of Aleppo, December 12, 2016. (Omar Sanadiki/Reuters) A new report released by Brown University’s Costs of War Project makes a striking, but laughably…