The progressive movement has a race problem.
Zephyr Teachout talks Citizens United, public financing, and her new role heading Lawrence Lessig's Mayday PAC.
More retirees are relying exclusively on Social Security than ever before. The program itself is sound—but it needs to be expanded.
There are few things that embody big government more than capital punishment—and a small but growing conservative movement wants it repealed.
He may say ridiculous things and have no policy ideas to speak of, but don't plan on him stopping anytime soon.
Why we need it, how we should improve it.
Whether it's corporate crime, police homicide, or sexual assault, the issue is the same: Does the law apply to everyone?
The Fight for $15 comes to Washington.
When you’re not being heard by your own side, it’s time to make noise.
The real argument isn't about the fine print. It's about Obama, Netanyahu, and the value of diplomacy.
The new Fed nomination signals the administration's belief that Dodd-Frank solved everything.
The reforms needed to restore the country's shared prosperity are to the left of all the candidates, including Sanders.
With his comments about John McCain's war record, the Donald seems to have crossed a line.
The Republican representatives of three districts in Louisiana, Maryland, and Virginia that are vulnerable to rising sea level don't believe 97 percent of climate scientists.
New research suggests that workplace organizing is key to personal happiness and overall well-being.