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Mar 6, 2014
Back-alley procedures are about to become a lot more common.
Mar 5, 2014
There’s no binary opposition between “establishment” candidates and those affiliated with the Tea Party in the state—in other words, no convenient narrative.
In many of South Jersey's counties, homeless people seeking services are offered a one-way ticket to Trenton or Atlantic City.
Right wingers don't seem to understand the national education standards at all.
In her new book, Dragnet Nation, Julia Angwin shows how badly disadvantaged ordinary people are in the struggle for privacy online.
Conservative governors are pushing abortion politics onto health boards—and threatening doctors’ independence on other medical issues.
Mar 4, 2014
The media’s journey from mass to niche to our own personal information snowflake.
Feb 28, 2014
Anti-gay discrimination laws like the one vetoed in Arizona this week now seem dead on arrival, but gay-rights supporters could be blindsided by the courts.
Feb 27, 2014
Feb 26, 2014
Criticisms of the Supreme Court justice should focus on merit, not trivia questions about when the last time he asked a question during oral arguments was.
Gabriel Arana sums up the major provisions of the current proposal being considered in the Senate.
The Migration Policy Institute's Demetri Papademetriou explains what meaningful reform must include.
New York’s Working Families Party has built the most effective political operation the American left has seen in decades. Can it duplicate its success in other states?
Ben Bernanke rescued the economy. Now Janet Yellen needs to remake the financial system.
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Mar 06, 2014 10:13 AM
Policy as if people mattered
Feb 26, 2014 10:27 AM
The House Budget chair released his cherry-picked report on the state of poverty-prevention programs on Monday. Here's what he overlooked.