GOP lawmakers are trying to turn the South’s most progressive election laws into the nation’s most restrictive. But will they win the battle and lose the war?
As recent calamities show, change takes empathy—plus insisting on making yourself heard.
The President's new economic plan sure sounds nice; let's see if the new policies he hints at make it into law.
Real-life Huma Abedin is pretty much Scandal's fictional D.C. political fixer Olivia Pope. Both women know their way around a crisis.
Granting citizenship to the children of undocumented immigrants separately makes the case for legalizing their parents more difficult.
People seem nearly as disgusted with Huma Abedin as with Anthony Weiner himself. Should they be?
The GOP is terrified that social safety nets are creating an army of Democratic zombie voters. In reality, the exact opposite could be true.
Why journalists find those with statistical chops so threatening, and how they might find a way out.
While the administration has fiercely condemned persecution of gays and lesbians in Africa, it has stood silent on similar offenses in the former Soviet Union.
Fruitvale Station's intimate portrait of Oscar Grant promises better days ahead for black film.
Opponents of abortion rights often make the same misleading arguments. Here's why they're wrong.
It turns out that where you live matters a great deal to your chances of rising on the economic ladder, bootstraps or not.
What it means when you're the racial default setting
Police officers are becoming a familiar fixture in our nation's schools, as are interrogation techniques that seem less than appropriate for questioning a middle schooler.
His latest column about the traveler website Airbnb mistakes desperation for innovation.