As the movement branches into economic justice, a protest in Cambridge, Massachusetts, led to a public conversation about the city’s housing policies.
Now the president of a liberal arts college in Maryland, former Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Chairwoman Sheila Bair discusses whether college-for-all proposals would really help students.
Issues of religion, gender, and mistrust could further complicate efforts to return former fighters to their communities.
Liberals worry that she’s shored up more conventional Republican leaders by differentiating Trump from them.
The Burkini fuss isn't just an embarrassment for France. Diversity is under attack across the West.
Arlie Hochschild’s new book grapples with The Great Paradox: Why is hatred of government most intense among people who need government services most?
In cities and states nationwide, centrist billionaires are working to unseat progressive Democrats.
To defeat the post-election Trump movement, Clinton will need to balance conventional progressive goals with a politics of class uplift.
A new report links the drop in union membership with the rise in income inequality. But labor activists are finding new ways to help workers.
Title IX has been credited with helping American women athletes star in this year’s Rio Olympics. The same types of systemic changes are now needed to achieve parity for women in American politics.
Our core national-security interests and the limits of military force.
What is clear is that most voters are not as hardline on immigration as Trump may assume.
Climate change is fueling more natural disasters, but Congress is too busy bickering to respond, and more federal aid may be needed.
When Trump repudiates his racist followers, we’ll know he’s serious about changing his tune.
Aetna is one of more than a dozen insurers abandoning the Affordable Care Act’s health insurance exchanges, a move that adds urgency to progressive calls for a public option.