The Obama Labor Department’s chief economist discusses her boss’s legacy and the myriad concerns about the Trump administration’s approach to protecting workers.
Hitler was the first to describe the technique of telling a lie so often that people believed it. He called it the “Big Lie.”
Some far-flung reports and a cautionary note
This is a war he'll never give up.
Mosques in America, which the Obama administration fought to defend, now embody the threat to religious liberties posed by President Trump.
It’s all been Washington’s fault. Wall Street? What’s that?
Trump's precendent-breaking decision to retain a private security force raises troubling questions about transparency and accountability.
Trump's election threw the long-standing sexism of white America into stark relief.
It didn’t take long for critics, citing his ethical quagmires, to call for a congressional investigation.
Allegations that Navient fleeced students while administering federal college loans put the lie to Republicans’ claim that private sector contractors invariably outperform government agencies.
As Orrin Hatch has admitted, what’s blocking universal coverage is conservative ideology.
The four women who organized what’s shaping up to be a massive rally
Democrats should grill the treasury secretary-designate about the Republicans’ planned windfall of tax cuts for the wealthy.
Donald Trump's nominee for education secretary did not inspire confidence at her Senate confirmation hearing.
As the political class in Washington, D.C., struggles to carve a path of resistance to the incoming Trump administration, artists are leading the way. Institutional players in liberal politics should pay attention.