The storyline and most of the details of a tale told by the Israeli prime minister on American television were deliberately untrue.
Only by reclaiming abortion as a fundamental right and normal part of health care can the pro-choice movement hope to win, writes Katha Pollitt in a lively new book.
Even T-TIP's supporters know it will have little more than a trivial effect on growth.
Nine Senate seats remain toss-ups. Republicans need six of those seats to win the Senate. Women voters could keep that from happening, but only if they show up to vote.
This nationwide trend goes virtually undetected when we take the economy’s temperature each month.
What does it mean when a partisan of the Secret Service appears to declare a war of leaks on the White House?
Dog-whistling on the right is responsible for much of this heartbreak. But fault also lies with the Obama administration.
North Carolina election officials are investigating a mailer that the Americans for Prosperity Foundation sent to thousands of would-be voters in the state that contained bad information about registration.
Workers’ ability to handle technological advances doesn’t explain what’s happened to American wages.
The social media giant may have misfired with its secret manipulation, but a leading technologist says that such mapping—done right—can be a tool for good.
Apple’s move won’t lead to terrorist attacks or unsolved kidnappings; it will simply make FBI investigators’ jobs a bit harder.
It may be a panel of judges that shut most Texas abortion clinics, but the law the court upheld began with a flood of money to antiabortion forces from the billionaires' network of "free enterprise" groups.
Horrifically orphaned and raised with prejudice, she built a house and a new life with her own hands. Now hers are among many building a movement for justice.
At the U.N., Abbas's use of the word "genocide" made the Israeli leader's work easier.
No mainstream politician will talk about real solutions, for fear of being ridiculed.