While paid family leave gains momentum in blue states and high-dollar industries, a troubling gap emerges.
The NAACP and the Movement for Black Lives cast a cold eye on education reform.
But fortunately for them, they'll never have to find out.
A difficult test of Bernie’s down-ballot strategy—Tim Canova’s progressive primary challenge against the former DNC chair—is heating up.
Passengers who often face discrimination when trying to hail a taxi can turn to ride-sharing apps. Was that just an accident, or will those companies work to better serve low-income and minority areas?
A new study released in July asserts that the criminal justice system discriminates against people with mental disabilities.
A California court recently reversed a decision that would have weakened teacher employment protections. Economist Jesse Rothstein discusses the tradeoffs between job security and attracting new teachers.
Donald Trump plays to the alienation of the white working class as a vengeful, authoritarian father figure.
A swath of high desert known as Bears Ears has become ground zero in the long-running battle over the nation’s public lands.
The new mobile game poses critical question about privacy, commercialism, and children’s attachment to screens.
The labor movement's agenda was on full display in Philadelphia, as was the Democratic Party's emerging rift between unions and Silicon Valley.
To win in November, Clinton will need to put pocketbook issues front and center.
Most progressives would rank Citizens United v. FEC as the worst ruling ever handed down by the Supreme Court under Chief Justice John Roberts. But five other rulings are turning out to be even more disastrous.
It's who he is, and why they love him.
Two new books about the late 1960s provide grist for thinking about political turbulence today.