Four decades after the creation of the modern death penalty, the system remains racially biased, costly, and prone to error.
Be on your guard when the commentary goes meta.
In his recent speech attacking America’s trade policies, Donald Trump relied heavily on data from the Economic Policy Institute. EPI President Lawrence Mishel says Trump is wrong on the issue.
As Donald Trump ramps up his anti-trade rhetoric, progressives have stepped up pressure on the Democratic Party’s platform committee to decisively reject the Trans-Pacific Partnership.
Economics have pushed Israel and Turkey to an overdue reconciliation. But Gaza, supposed cause of the rift, gains too little
The one-year anniversary of marriage equality in the U.S. comes at a watershed moment for LGBT organizers, who are launching new initiatives and forging fresh alliances amid a conservative backlash.
The movement’s top leaders crown the foul-mouthed casino owner as their savior.
A quarter-century on, challenges loom for the school reform movement.
“Muddle Through” is Britain’s national credo, and it could well save the day this time.
The Court’s deadlock on DAPA puts many promising organizing efforts in jeopardy.
The decision upholding the University of Texas at Austin's admissions program is a victory for affirmative action supporters.
By the time Bernie Sanders finally gives Hillary Clinton his endorsement, there may be nobody left who cares.
The British have made up their minds. But what drove them to it?
Philadelphia’s new tax on soda will be a critical test for cash-strapped municipalities looking to raise revenue.
Even after the Supreme Court failed to overturn an anti-immigrant ruling, the president still has options.