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The American Prospect
Unless the mainstream offers something better, he will be the voice of economic nationalism.
How Congress would respond to Mueller's ousting may be an open question.
The Puerto Rican governor’s plan to implement work requirements for welfare recipients is a cruel political ploy, not a policy solution.
But the new tax law, unintentionally, could put a dent in private-equity scamming.
Republicans prioritize dealing with airline employees’ poor judgment with pets over young people dying from gun violence.
We need to legalize the undocumented already here, but open borders will mean lower wages for American workers.
TAP Goes to the Oscars: The Florida Project is a film about life as a poor kid. It doesn’t erase the innocence of childhood—or the harshness of poverty.
To black workers in this picturesque South Carolina town, the unionized steel mill anchors their community. To the town’s white civic leaders, it blocks Georgetown’s gentrification. For the past two years, they’ve been fighting it out.
How Trump’s Republicans have used an obscure Gingrich-era law to eviscerate health, safety, labor, environmental, and financial protections