With its reliance on government jobs and contracts, the state will bear the brunt of $85 billion in federal spending cuts.
What has become of America's social-justice ideals?
Sure, raising the earned income tax credit and pushing for universal pre-k is good and essential, but it's going to take a long political fight to win them. What to do about the people who need more money now?
Among the vulnerable populations Friday's automatic cuts affect, the mentally ill will be among the hardest hit.
New York may appear to be divided over its new gun laws, but the short-term battles are mere flesh wounds in a long war to change the culture around violence.
FDR ascended to the White House 80 years ago. How has his legacy—and the legacy of his landmark legislation—shifted in the years since?
The horror of mixed sci-fi metaphors.
Firearms aren't the solution to violence against women. Good luck trying to tell the GOP that.
A three-step plan to pull back from the ledge.
Liberals should not be seduced by the argument that Section 5 of the Voting Rights Act should be expanded.
When the economy is in trouble, let's be thankful we have mechanisms that kick in while legislators are squabbling.
Erick Erickson of RedState wants to find out, but he'll probably be disappointed.
The e-mail exchange between Gene Sperling and Bob Woodward reveals the Obama administration's propensity to compromise before it's necessary.
The House passes a new, expansive version of the law.
A little known fact, it seems.