The rise of the Trump regime is demolishing the last hopes for a peaceful, two-state resolution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
A fight over working conditions and union representation unfolds at a prominent charter school in New York City.
Everything liberals warned the country about is coming true.
While President Donald Trump continues his jeremiad against urban life, the nation’s mayors see poverty as their number one economic problem.
Two of the three favorites for a Supreme Court appointment are merely very conservative. The third is way very conservative.
People wondering what’s next after the Women’s March on Washington need only look at the Republican assault on abortion rights, which will complicate the GOP agenda on several fronts.
Nativist and racist groups always blame crime—falsely—on immigrants.
The deregulator-in-chief’s crusade to slash 75 percent of the federal government’s rules is based on the myth that regulations kill jobs.
Donald Trump did not just reinstate a pre-Obama ban on U.S. assistance to overseas groups that perform or even talk about abortion, he vastly expanded its reach.
One beauty of Saturday’s march was the number of men who turned out for a march that was led by women.
Andy Puzder oversees a fast-food empire that’s fueled by low-wage labor—but the public subsidizes that low pay in a big way.
Reflections on Saturday’s protest
Record spending by secretive outside special interests in state supreme court races poses a stark threat to the impartiality of the nation’s courts.
The Obama Labor Department’s chief economist discusses her boss’s legacy and the myriad concerns about the Trump administration’s approach to protecting workers.
Hitler was the first to describe the technique of telling a lie so often that people believed it. He called it the “Big Lie.”