Marco Della Cava, USA TODAY

Marco Della Cava

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San Francisco Bay Area, CA, United States

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Past articles by Marco:

'Work harder than everyone': Kamala Harris' background resonates with other women of color making history

They worked harder than others and were still underestimated. Trailblazing women of color see themselves in Kamala Harris. → Read More

2020 Census 'emergency' threatens to leave out communities of color and rural Americans

Census workers have less time to track down an unprecedented number of uncounted Americans, raising the prospect of a damaging undercount, experts say → Read More

Activists working in John Lewis' shadow warn about voter suppression ahead of November vote

Voting rights activists are working to honor John Lewis by securing the vote for Black Americans and others in the face of suppression tactics. → Read More

Activists working in John Lewis' shadow warn about voter suppression ahead of November vote

Voting rights activists are working to honor John Lewis by securing the vote for Black Americans and others in the face of suppression tactics. → Read More

Online school? In-person? How parents are making their own fall 2020 decisions as COVID-19 squabbles continue

Parents weigh decisions for their kids as school reopening deadlines approach. One thing is clear: They're not listening to skirmishing politicians. → Read More

Will the Black Lives Matter movement finally put an end to Confederate flags and statues?

In the past week, public officials, military leaders and sports executives have made moves to take down Confederate symbols. → Read More

The stakes have never been higher as America reopens. What can a post-coronavirus world look like?

The U.S. is in the initial throes of a rebirth, one both painful and high risk in the wake of a toll in human lives and economic livelihoods. → Read More

Each time coronavirus takes another World War II veteran, 'we lose a part of history'

Coronavirus is taking many of The Greatest Generation, depriving these World War II vets of proper funerals and the nation of its legacy. → Read More

Coronavirus updates: Pence staffer tests positive; unemployment soars to 14.7%; blood thinners may help sickest patients, study says

US lost 2.5M jobs in April. Americans are wary about lifting lockdowns. And states are taking big steps today on reopening. More COVID-19 news Friday. → Read More

Across US, a 'tale of two cities' as some embrace reopening amid coronavirus and others remain wary

SAN FRANCISCO — The nation's disjointed approach to re-opening has revealed two Americas.One is populated by those eager to reclaim freedom of movement and restart the economy, and another by people whose COVID-19 concerns keep them sheltering in place. And often they’re living side by side in a country rocked by 1.2 million coronavirus cases and 75,000 deaths. In California, which is re-opening… → Read More

Across US, a 'tale of two cities' as some embrace reopening amid coronavirus and others remain wary

SAN FRANCISCO — The nation's disjointed approach to re-opening has revealed two Americas.One is populated by those eager to reclaim freedom of movement and restart the economy, and another by people whose COVID-19 concerns keep them sheltering in place. And often they’re living side by side in a country rocked by 1.2 million coronavirus cases and 75,000 deaths. In California, which is re-opening… → Read More

Across US, a 'tale of two cities' as some embrace reopening amid coronavirus and others remain wary

The nation's disjointed approach to re-opening has revealed two Americas: One is eager to restart the economy, and the other is afraid of COVID-19. → Read More

Straight-talking Dr. Anthony Fauci is the voice Americans want to hear right now. So, who is he?

Who is White House front man Dr. Anthony Fauci? Friends and colleagues not surprised to see him emerge as the nation's trusted voice amid coronavirus. → Read More

'I don't need this right now': States may have coronavirus reopening plans, but Americans are still wary

As some states look to open businesses, it remains to be seen whether citizens, leery of the virus, are ready to reengage. → Read More

President Trump announces suspension of immigration to 'protect jobs' amid the coronavirus pandemic

President Trump announced Monday he was suspending immigration into the United States as a way to "protect jobs' amid the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

America has suffered great loss before. Here's how we may learn to cope with coronavirus death toll.

During World War II, 407,317 Americans died in a fight for global democracy. The dead were heralded as representatives of the Greatest Generation and honored in books, movies and memorials. The Vietnam War claimed 58,220 lives in a bitter battle that divided the nation. Heroic tributes eluded both the deceased and survivors as a new generation developed a deep skepticism toward government.And on… → Read More

America has suffered great loss before. Here's how we may learn to cope with coronavirus death toll.

The U.S. has suffered horrific losses throughout history, from one-day cataclysms to wars to pandemics. Each wave of death brought societal change. → Read More

Latinos disproportionately dying, losing jobs because of coronavirus: 'We are strong people, but something has to change'

Latinos are disproportionately suffering from the coronavirus because of a combination of factors — including working in low-paying front-line jobs. → Read More

'This will blow over': In states without stay-at-home orders, Americans celebrate freedom as death toll climbs

Many Americans are uneasy with state-ordered health directives, arguing that residents should make smart decisions for themselves about coronavirus. → Read More

‘Life may change for us all’: How we respond to the coronavirus crisis will be defining, historians say

The coronavirus has quickly become a defining moment, historians say, but whether it is a new 9/11 or a looming Great Depression is partly up to us. → Read More