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February 26, 2021
Editorial cartoons on COVID-19, President Biden, Democrats, Trump, racial strife and more from across the USA TODAY Network.
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February 02, 2021
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My students need support, not standardized tests. Biden, keep your promise to end testing.
February 27, 2021
President Biden promised students relief from standardized tests. But now it looks like his Department of Education is backtracking on that promise.
As schools reopen, are teachers prepared to meet the emotional needs of all their students?
February 27, 2021
COVID has made teaching and learning hard and there has been a rise in anxiety among students.
Mental health: The rise in student suicides is just the tip of the pandemic iceberg
February 27, 2021
We must invest in mental health programs to break the desrcutive socioeconomic cycles that result in increased quality of life.
How to exercise your right to vote: Today's Toon
February 25, 2021
How to exercise your right to vote: Today's Toon
Immunization not ammunition: School safety means fewer guns
February 26, 2021
New research shows that armed guards inspire more schoolyard bloodshed.
Pass the Equality Act: Discriminatory rhetoric and laws are devastating to LGBTQ youth
February 26, 2021
I hear from young people on the receiving end of discriminatory remarks that come from lawmakers and other powerful people. It's wrong and unfair.
Not a fair fight: Our athlete daughters shouldn't have to compete with transgender women.
February 26, 2021
Column: The Equality Act would jeopardize opportunities and maybe safety for many female athletes. It would make the playing field even more unequal.
Share your coronavirus, vaccine stories
February 23, 2021
Tell us how you're coping with self-isolation and other aspects of the pandemic.
Coronavirus editorial cartoon gallery
February 27, 2021
A collection of somber editorial cartoons on the COVID-19 Coronavirus outbreak.
Big business backs a $15 minimum wage because it will crush Main Street competitors
February 26, 2021
The story is different for big business. Many large corporations have done comparatively well during the pandemic.
COVID-19 cases are falling. This could be the beginning of the end of the pandemic.
February 26, 2021
Herd immunity may already be taking hold, but this is not the time to back away from vaccines, masks and social distancing. Extinguish all the embers.
Overstuffed $1.9 trillion COVID relief bill endangers future growth and prosperity: Kasich
February 26, 2021
Strip the bloated COVID package to its essentials or it will drive up deficits so high they'll threaten US economic wellbeing and response capacity.
Trump lost because 'character counts.' That's why his CPAC speech won't change anything.
February 26, 2021
The problem in 2020 was with the Republican candidate. That won't change in 2024 if Trump stays on top.
The Backstory: The economy is booming. Food lines are growing. Our experts explain why both are true.
February 26, 2021
The K-shaped economy: While some Americans have built up savings, others can't pay power bills. Home sales are rising while others can't afford rent.
Come together: Why music class is an essential refuge for students amid COVID-19 pandemic
February 26, 2021
We underestimate the importance of music at the expense of our youth.
I'm a breastfeeding new mom. Despite lack of data, I'm getting in line for the COVID vaccine.
February 26, 2021
I spent nearly my entire pregnancy fearful of COVID-19. Thankfully, I don't need to fear my time nursing.
10 of our top columns this week
February 26, 2021
From Texas' winter power outage, to Trump's Big Lie, COVID deaths, and Britney Spears, here are some of our top columns you may have missed.
Donald Trump's unconditional retreat from Afghanistan leaves Joe Biden little choice
February 25, 2021
Our View: U.S. troop withdrawal was supposed to depend on progress in Taliban reconciliation with Kabul. But the terrorist attacks have only increased.
Withdraw troops as Trump administration scheduled. The Afghanistan Study Group is wrong.
February 25, 2021
Opposing View: As a retired brigadier general, I include myself in our failures. We have lionized the generals when we should have lionized our troops
Welcome back, earmarks. They're not corrupt; they're spending as the Constitution envisions.
February 25, 2021
Here's how earmarks can help Congress and even build bipartisanship.
COVID restrictions on religion: I'm still attending Mass from my church parking lot.
February 25, 2021
I'm not just missing the smells and bells, the stained glass and the statues. I'm missing the people.
Far-right Trump backers weaponized Christianity against democracy and could do it again
February 25, 2021
I was assaulted by a Proud Boys supporter in a foreshadowing of the hate to come. I saw that same look on the faces of those who ravaged the Capitol.
Families need options: Why school choice is essential to ensuring racial equality
February 25, 2021
President Joe Biden's vision of renewed unity among Americans can never be achieved without education equity for students of color.
How George Floyd's death prompted these Texans to do right by residents of color
February 25, 2021
When residents pay attention and get involved, real change is possible. But that change requires buy-in.
Trying a Des Moines Register reporter arrested while covering a protest violates free press rights
February 24, 2021
Editorial: Reporter Andrea Sahouri was arrested May 31 while covering a third day of social justice protests in Des Moines after George Floyd's death.
Kamala Harris makes history. Her swearing-in as vice president shows 'strength of our democracy.'
January 18, 2021
Kamala Harris' inauguration is a marker that the arc of history is bending toward the democracy America deserves. Support her, and hold her accountable.
Cartoon galleries
August 14, 2019
Visual takes on today's hot topics
American women who shaped history are coming soon to quarters, just like George Washington
February 14, 2021
Up to five quarters a year will depict female leaders, from the suffrage and civil rights movements to government and the arts, starting in 2022.
How to exercise your right to vote: Today's Toon
February 25, 2021
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