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Aric Jenkins

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Recent articles by Aric:

400 years after the Mayflower, Native Americans are gradually reshaping U.S. politics

Strong voter turnout and record representation in Congress has been hard won and long overdue for Native Americans. → Read More

Biden has ambitious executive order options, if he's bold enough to sign them

Cancel student debt? Crack down on Wall Street? Decriminalize weed? President-elect Biden has the authority to tackle these without Congress, but that doesn't mean he will. → Read More

Dolly Parton loves you

Already admired by many, the country legend has now gone and donated $1 million for a coronavirus vaccine. → Read More

It's time to celebrate Vice President-Elect Kamala Harris

Harris' election is a wondrous moment for so many people who can claim a small piece of her identity, politics be damned. → Read More

Republicans are embracing COVID precautions following initial resistance

In recent weeks, multiple Republican governors have reversed course on mask mandates and social distancing policies. → Read More

Articles by Aric Jenkins

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Reflecting an election without end

A post-U.S. Election week in review, in Haiku. → Read More

There's little reason to expect Georgia's election recount to change anything

If history is anything is anything to go by, the end result will likely stay the same: a victory for President-elect Biden. → Read More

The pandemic dramatically accelerated the digital shift. These CEOs explain how they got it done

At a Fortune Global Forum virtual event, leading executives explain how they successfully embraced a new digital landscape in the wake of COVID-19. → Read More

How the business world is reacting to President-elect Biden’s victory

The historic victory has implications for millions of Americans, including entrepreneurs and business leaders, who will now shift to doing business under Democratic leadership. → Read More

Democrats suffer big losses in state legislatures during a crucial year for redistricting

Democrats seem poised to miss nearly all their statehouse targets. → Read More

The Senate races still in play on Wednesday night

Democrats retaking control of the Senate from Republicans is a long shot. But it's still possible. → Read More

The winner of the 2020 presidential election remains unclear

With record early voting by mail, the ballots are still being counted. → Read More

USPS update: The latest on how absentee ballots are being counted in swing states

A federal judge ordered USPS inspectors to sweep processing facilities in a dozen districts to ensure any remaining mail-in ballots are delivered in time. → Read More

Election Day, Night 2020: What to expect from TV news as results come in on NBC, ABC, CBS, CNN, MSNBC, Fox News

There are a lot of complications in this year’s election, and television networks will need to be more transparent than ever. → Read More

Why Africa is primed for economic investment

Equity Group Holdings' James Mwangi explains how a growing young population could unlock a new era of prosperity for the region. → Read More

There’s no reason to believe Trump will protect pre-existing conditions

Millions of Americans who were diagnosed with COVID-19 now qualify as having a pre-existing condition. → Read More

Only a third of Americans plan to vote in person on Election Day

Despite loosening coronavirus restrictions in some parts of the country, many Americans still plan to vote by mail. → Read More

What the Democrats could prioritize if they win the presidency and both chambers of Congress

Democrats have a chance to see the party fully control the federal government for the first time since 2010. → Read More

Let's put Mr. Rogers in charge

After Vice President Joe Biden's demeanor at last night's televised town hall was compared to Mr. Rogers, some folks wondered—would that be so bad? → Read More