Rachel M. Cohen
Rachel Cohen is a contributing writer for The Intercept and a freelance journalist based in Washington, D.C. Her work has been published in the Washington Post, the Atlantic, and Vice, among other outlets.
Connecticut Lawmakers Want to Try Again to Make Prison Phone Calls Completely Free
Advocates are optimistic about a new round of legislation to curb predatory phone rates in the state — and pressure is mounting in Washington.
The Coronavirus CrisisChicago Teachers Might Strike. A Group of Parents, Backed by a Right-Wing Law Firm, Stands to Sue.
The conservative movement is capitalizing on school closures to weaken public education.
The Coronavirus CrisisHow Biden’s FCC Could Bring Fast Relief to Students Struggling With Remote Learning
Biden’s pick for FCC chair, Jessica Rosenworcel, has long pushed to make it easier for schools to spend federal funds on home Wi-Fi and tech devices.
Climate Groups Begin Vying for Power in the Biden Era as Pressure for Unity Fades
As the BlueGreen Alliance gears up for a big staff expansion, debates around carbon capture, natural gas, and nuclear energy resurface.