Some eminent Republicans may have repudiated Trump, but absent audible rumblings from the GOP base, they’re not likely to add to their ranks.
An obscure provision in the Trump tax plan—the territorial system—would further encourage multinationals to shift profits to low (or no) tax havens.
The white nationalist virus is infecting major segments of the U.S. body politic and the institutions that maintain democracy.
There’s a new case against public-sector unions headed to the Supreme Court. But the challenges it presents are anything but new.
Despite the dreaded taint of Barack Obama, she’s been very good for the economy, and the others on his list are far worse.
Organized labor can be a bulwark against the rising inequality and authoritarianism that threaten to dismantle democracy.
Eventually everyone, including John Kelly, must sink to lying for the president.
Independent schools move to declare their independence from the for-profit and nonprofit chains.
Mainstream media have no problem calling out Trump’s falsehoods. But they need to do more.
Their House and Senate budget resolutions are miles apart—which endangers reconciliation, which endangers tax cuts, which endangers what’s left of the GOP agenda.
Trump and Republicans peddle the myth that money for corporations will trickle down to workers.
There’s big money in far-right insurgencies, and GOP political consultants are determined to raise it—even at the expense of their own party.
The Trump administration is poised to misuse its legal authority in an effort to cull people from the Medicaid rolls.
A ruling for the bakery owner in the so-called “cake case” before the Supreme Court could inflict untold harm on gay people, true religious liberty, and civil rights.
The Fraternal Order of Police, the country’s largest and most powerful police union, has had little to say about recent cases of police brutality or white supremacist violence.