Watch his YouTube videos and you'll understand why John Boehner picked him to lead the Benghazi select committee.
As the Republicans' scandal calliope winds up, this is as good a time as any to remind ourselves of what happened just a little over a decade ago, even as memories fade.
How can talks succeed when, throughout the negotiations, Israel is building on the very land that would comprise a Palestinian state?
Both kinds of justices take into account whether they're sympathetic to the plaintiff, not just what the Constitution demands. But a new study shows "in-group bias" much more in evidence among the conservatives.
Just weeks after Gawker's announcement, Salon staffers announce plans to unionize.
From Stonewall to Black Lives Matter, the African American LGBT community has always been on the forefront of fights for equality.
As the National Labor Relations Act turns 80, we should remember what the law was designed to do—and what it wasn't.
The union drives may signal a turning point for digital media.
This weekend may mark a turning point for Greece's debt crisis, but Europe's problems don't stop there.
The Labor Department just announced that millions of Americans will now be eligible for overtime protection for the first time.
As Greece prepares for a referendum on its creditors' demands for austerity, the future of Europe hangs in the balance.
Although pegged as a fringe candidate, Sanders' views are surprisingly mainstream.
In recent cases on redistricting and gay marriage, he reveals himself as a vanishing breed of West Coast moderate Republican.
The Walton Family Foundation may not want to raise wages or lose tax breaks, but education reform alone can't reduce income inequality.
On a number of fronts, real progressive change is on the horizon.