Since Citizens United, companies can legally require workers to participate in politics—and fire them if they refuse.
Democrats would be wise to adopt policies that help level the economic playing field.
A little-noticed report by a trio of leading research groups found the Veterans Health Administration outperforms private sector health providers on several key measures.
Evoking Franklin Roosevelt and Martin Luther King Jr., the Vermont senator bridged the aspirations of New Deal liberalism with the democratic socialist tradition.
Ta-Nehisi Coates has written the race book of the year. Too bad it’s disempowering.
Allegations against the Oregon office tasked with combating racially targeted surveillance are reminiscent of the illegal monitoring of activists during the civil-rights movement.
For most women, birth control is a universal good—but only when it's consensual.
Clinton doubles down on $12, postal workers want Sanders, and why the gig economy may not be as big a deal as you think.
Unpleasant as it may be, a deal with Russia could help counter ISIS and restore stability to Syria.
The fight for voting rights hasn’t been the straightforward battle we once might have expected to win and be done with.
Terrorists' new target: places where regular people go for joie de vivre to eat, drink and unwind.
Our efforts will be self-defeating if we drive Sunni nationalists closer to ISIS.
It's worked before.
How might the terrorist attacks affect civil liberties, U.S.-Russia relations, Israel, and the 2016 election?
Bad news for consumers and workers: This year has already seen $4 trillion worth of mergers and acquisitions deals.