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Hawaii legislators are tackling the nation's elder care crisis head-on with a bill that would offer universal long term care to the state's senior citizens.
Why populists in both parties are gaining support.
Until Europe can commit to a common future, democracy will continue to struggle.
A pair of legal battles will help determine how far states will go to implement their climate laws.
It would be a political disaster, but it hasn't yet stopped them from trying.
A new report goes beyond the sanitized inspection regimes to hear from the workers themselves.
While in many ways an improvement over No Child Left Behind, the new education law could make closing the "achievement gap" more difficult.
The Customs Bill, set to pass the Senate soon, includes a provision protecting Israeli settlements.
The NRA and its allies remain a powerful barrier to meaningful reform, but gun safety advocates are beginning to fight back.
The pain caused by Puerto Rico's financial crisis is very real, despite what investors may think.
Trump and Cruz’s “immigrant horde” ads are just the latest in an 80-year tradition of GOP demagogy and lies.
The Friedrichs v. California Teachers Association case not only puts public-sector unions in danger, it risks opening a new chapter in the war over religion in public schools.
Donald Trump, a candidate with all the subtlety of talk radio, is the perfect expression of both the politics and media of our time.
The best response to the right's indictment of PC culture is a more robust solution to persistent inequality.