The Supreme Court let stand a lower court ruling that rejected voting restrictions in North Carolina only because the Court’s current 4-4 split left the justices evenly divided. The stalemate underscores how the future of voting rights hangs on the high court’s composition.
Netanyahu's strange new PR video is a bluff that deserves to be called out.
The racist, misogynist, authoritarian strain has always been there, but Trump’s candidacy has brought it into the mainstream. And media have helped.
It’s well known that Hillary Clinton may make history as the nation’s first woman president, but less noticed are the many women running for Senate this year, who may break a record of their own.
New legislation could keep 10 million workers without overtime pay over the next 20 years.
Hillary Clinton’s instincts for incrementalism won’t get her far on the issue of climate change, given the urgency of the issue and the intransigence of Republicans on Capitol Hill.
Vladimir Putin's authoritarian style may excite Trump and his supporters, but it's hardly a quality that would make a good president.
What did the era amount to? One thing is certain: It wasn’t a revolution.
Michigan’s Governor Snyder is perpetuating a dubious tradition with his selection of an oil industry executive for his state’s top environmental job.
Recent labor board decisions help clarify longstanding ambiguity around charter school teachers’ right to organize.
Donald Trump’s vision of America clashes sharply with the original intent behind the Pledge of Allegiance, penned during the Gilded Age to promote equity, tolerance, and progressive ideals.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel pays the price for her open-door policy toward refugees as her party suffers a stunning defeat in her home state of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern.
Investing trillions in infrastructure could help stimulate the economy and prepare our society for 21st-century challenges.
The Donald's plan for the economy sounds great—until you get specific.