Election '22: What Matters: Education
Student test scores are falling and there are shortages of teachers across the country. Education is a big issue for this midterm election.
As student test scores plummet and states grapple with a critical shortage of teachers, Election '22: What Matters looks at how education has become a lighting rod issue driving elections up and down the ballot.
Election '22: What Matters airs at 8:30 p.m. Fridays on Newsy, and re-runs air at 7 a.m. on Saturdays and Sundays on Newsy. Each week dives into one of the issues that will decide the midterm elections.
Election '22: What Matters: The Voter's Guide To The Midterms
From the key races to watch, to the early indications of how the night will go, to when we will (finally) know the results — we have all the answers.By Thomas Peipert / AP
Election '22: What Matters: Pennsylvania On Pres. Biden's Impact
Pennsylvania voters discuss President Biden's likely impact on midterm races in the state.By Gene J. Puskar / AP
Election '22: What Matters: Allan Lichtman On Midterm Trends
Allan Lichtman talks about what we might expect from midterms, based on what's happened before.By Newsy
Hunter Biden seeks federal probe of Trump allies over laptop
The request for a criminal inquiry comes as Hunter Biden faces his own tax evasion investigation by the Justice Department.By Carolyn Kaster / AP
Blinken postpones China trip following balloon discovery
The decision came hours before the secretary of state had been due to depart for Beijing and marked a new blow to U.S.-Chinese relations.By Stefani Reynolds/Pool Photo via AP
US added a strong 517,000 jobs in January despite Fed hikes
Companies are still seeking more workers and are hanging on tightly to the ones they have.By Robert F. Bukaty / AP