The return of horse-race coverage.
Trade deals like the Trans-Pacific Partnership are about dismantling critical regulations on health, safety, labor, and the environment.
On campuses across the country, adjunct professors are starting to organize against rock-bottom pay and tenuous job security.
In a region dominated by coal companies and privatized prisons, activist Amelia Kirby charts a new path for her community.
Indiana's 'religious freedom' law is just one of dozens of state-level bills that could allow LGBT discrimination.
With a resurgent right threatening reproductive rights nationwide, abortion activists are getting pro-active.
The Iran deal is a gamble, but the best one available.
How your tax dollars are creating millions of underpaid jobs—and how workers are fighting back.
The CIA's manipulation of the National Student Association foreshadowed other forms of Cold War blowback that compromised democracy at home.
Demanding that we seek out the truth is a start—but it is only a start.
Hillary's economic agenda is vague and undefined. When she's forced to get specific, what kind of Democrat will she be?
Rising food prices, unsafe drinking water—climate change will only make things worse unless stronger measures are taken.
As a party identified with women, Democrats face a distinctive challenge in 2016.
As perhaps the most visible trans woman in the public eye, being herself—and having fun doing it—is the feminist TV journalist's wildly effective form of activism.
Contrary to popular pundit belief, among 2016 contenders, Hillary is easily the most popular.