The internet is now an ATM for big business. The only people who will suffer are the ones who can’t afford to pay to play in Washington.
The #MeToo movement and the existential threat to patriarchy
The Daily Telegraph’s attack on George Soros crosses a new line
The president’s budget proposal punishes the poor for their poverty.
The plan’s not about building more. It’s about privatizing what’s already there.
New proposed restrictions mean that immigrants who have received any public benefit to which they were legally entitled could be turned away at points of entry, or see their applications to extend their stays be denied.
How federal prosecutors let major white-collar criminals off the hook and stick shareholders with the costs of corporate crime
The administration’s welcome proposal to break up pharmacy benefit managers
Of California’s roughly 223,000 DACA recipients, an estimated 5,000 are working teachers. Three of them share their stories.
The problem is not the deficit, but that Trump’s deficit finances the wrong things—billionaires rather than bridges, tunnels, and schools.
In California, labor has long protected its immigrant members—and now, it’s defending non-members as well.
The war against the press has descended beneath the level of rational argument.
Truly fixing the American economy requires full employment, as Franklin Roosevelt proposed 74 years ago. And that can't be done through the private sector alone.
The Republican Party, aided by Donald Trump, has eagerly descended to unprecedented levels of self-dealing, rule-flouting, and ideological extremism.
President Trump loves the idea of a grand military parade—all the better to get Americans prepared for a major conflict that he seems eager to unleash.