This article cites Wendy Schiller's previously stated opinion that Raimondo's Bloomberg endorsement was most likely a reflection of unease among Democratic governors with the more progressive candidates in the primary.
This article cites Costs of War statistics, "According to the Watson Institute...The post-Sept. 11 approach to foreign policy has cost nearly $3 trillion. Added to that are the $437 billion for medical and disability care for veterans who have served in these wars. Including interest costs and anti-terrorism spending, the cost of post-Sept. 11 wars now exceeds $6.4 trillion."
Rich Arenberg co-wrote this opinion piece, delving into what Senate Majority Leader McConnell (R-Ky.) and Democratic Leader Schumer (D-N.Y.) could do during the two pending runoff elections in Georgia.
Emily Oster provided commentary in this article around her national COVID-19 database saying, "Schools are opening and yet we don't seem to have any coordinated way to collect and share information about what's working, what's not working, how risky are schools."
Patrick Heller in the Huffington Post, "This isn't magic...The kind of investments required – in high-quality education, health care and safety nets – are relatively straightforward. Making them effectively is the challenge."