Israeli arguments about the precise number of Palestinians are a distraction. Occupation is undemocratic no matter how many or few there are.
If anyone has anything damaging on the president, it's his personal attorney.
States from Tennessee to Wisconsin are mirroring the Trump administration’s enthusiasm for eviscerating anti-poverty programs.
Though if you’re a CEO or shareholder, the new tax cuts are the gift that keeps on giving.
How a determined, bipartisan group of House and Senate staffers bucked congressional dysfunction and helped steer a landmark child welfare bill to final passage.
Tennessee has increased welfare benefits for the first time in 22 years, while also proposing to kick people off medical and food assistance.
The Senate majority leader enables the president’s attack on the Constitution.
New efforts in progressive states focus on affordability—which would also diminish segregation.
Can we harness global capitalism in a broad public interest—or will globalism and the backlash against it keep undermining democratic institutions?
The president is now more dangerous than ever.
Following a chemical weapons attack in Syria, Trump doesn't seem to have any new ideas. But then, nobody else does either.
A new book from social reformer Jai Sen explores the international age of protest.
Oklahoma was once a center of left-populism. Could it be that again?
Medicaid privatization in Kansas and Iowa show why outsourcing the VA would have tragic, even fatal, consequences.
Democratic strategists obsess over new apps to facilitate voter contacts, while grassroots groups are supercharging what really matters: making personal connections.