In 2008, 2.2 million Americans couldn't cast ballots because their voter registration was messed up. One in four aren't registered at all. There may be a solution—and one that should please both left and right.
$153 million in television ads and counting
To block financial regulations, industries and their congressional allies delay, delay, delay—and if necessary, sue.
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How we measure poverty is outdated
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It isn't that hard to do.
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Among big-ticket Oscar contenders, the critic's heart will always be with the overlooked gem.
The U.S. should look at the crisis in Libya with the distance of diplomacy instead of falling prey to the political heat of the moment.
A Federal judge issued a permenant injunction against part of the National Defense Authorization Act this week.
Many commenters are ready to declare that democratic movements through the Middle East are over. They are wrong.