Some Americans will leave the labor force when they can do so and still have health insurance. And it's a good thing.
It would free the poor from the exploitation of payday lenders, shore up the Postal Service, and not cost taxpayers a dime.
A new study shows that birth control is actually responsible.
The new Farm Bill, which goes before the Senate today, proposes to cut a program that gives assistance to the neediest.
Why would President Obama give a Super Bowl-day interview to Bill O'Reilly?
Will Republicans ever realize that deifying business owners is bad politics?
Every new development in surveillance creates an opportunity for someone to create clever products to thwart it.
The fundamental dynamic hasn't changed: the national GOP may want reform, but it isn't in individual members' interests.
A feminist debate erupts on Twitter over whether women unifying over their shared body parts excludes trans people.
Don't leave his presidency for dead just yet.
Henry Waxman retires.
Politics are important, but what really counts is the effect it's having on people's lives. And there, the news is pretty good.
You'd think if there's anything we'd be good at, it's executions. So why can't we come up with a reliable and painless way to kill a man?
A growing minimum wage movement indicates that despite low union membership statistics, labor's future isn't as dire as some in the business world might hope.
We try to take a serious look at the Republicans' charge. Spoiler alert: the answer is no.