The Donald’s bizarre remarks on Monday betray a widely held contempt for women and their bodies.
More than half of American colleges and universities are using criminal background checks to screen applicants, potentially affecting college aid and tax credits.
And how to keep it from being the charter school racket: An interview with Bruce Baker.
Three items to ponder: Republican gun hypocrisy, a win for reproductive rights, and the Fed's rate hike.
The GOP candidates are competing to be the toughest on immigration, but a path to citizenship is quite popular with Republican voters.
The Paris climate accord has mobilized the health-care sector and will have sweeping impacts on public health.
Traditional economic theories don’t take into account how much power U.S. workers have lost.
Conservative riders in the new omnibus budget bill explicitly ban the SEC and IRS from taking critical steps against dark money spending.
The GOP really is telling Puerto Rico to drop dead.
If you find comfort in the notion of a Republican Party in disarray, you may wish to reconsider.
Going into 2012, Obama had Osama. Going into 2016, the Democrats need the fall of Raqqa and Mosul.
Seattle votes to let Uber and Lyft drivers unionize, Black Lives Matter targets police contracts, and the White House comes out strongly for the Cadillac Tax.
Frightening as it may seem, the Donald could actually win the White House.
France's far right was dealt a major blow on Sunday but it remains a powerful political force.
Economic imperatives are starting to drive the fight against global warming, and that could be a game changer.