A new book from social reformer Jai Sen explores the international age of protest.
Oklahoma was once a center of left-populism. Could it be that again?
Medicaid privatization in Kansas and Iowa show why outsourcing the VA would have tragic, even fatal, consequences.
Democratic strategists obsess over new apps to facilitate voter contacts, while grassroots groups are supercharging what really matters: making personal connections.
The fight over whether the census should ask about citizenship won’t be settled before the midterms, giving Democrats a shot at forcing the administration to reverse course.
The walkout wildfire is spreading from West Virginia to Kentucky to Oklahoma to Arizona, as teachers demand investment in education—not more tax breaks for the rich.
Authoritarianism isn’t on our doorstep. It’s in the foyer, making its way toward the living room.
The anti-democratic governor accustomed to getting his way finally accepted his losses in the courts last week. What does Walker’s electoral overreach mean for the Badger State?
In a chilling echo of the 1960s, law enforcement agencies have stepped up surveillance of racial justice advocates and groups exercising their constitutional rights.
A review of Richard L. Hasen’s The Justice of Contradictions: Antonin Scalia and the Politics of Disruption
The white-collar rising of 2018 reflects millennial militancy, the death of the Norquist pledge, and one more issue on which Democrats need to move left.
Whether by example or by strategy, Dr. King always looked for opportunities to build bridges.
Dr. King was a prophet. Even more importantly, he was a strategist. Both lessons endure.
Two provisions designed to offset the federal cap on SALT deductions is a big step toward fighting back against the GOP tax plan.
They passed a tax cut, but it isn't going to save them.