A review of Richard L. Hasen’s The Justice of Contradictions: Antonin Scalia and the Politics of Disruption
The white-collar rising of 2018 reflects millennial militancy, the death of the Norquist pledge, and one more issue on which Democrats need to move left.
Dr. King was a prophet. Even more importantly, he was a strategist. Both lessons endure.
Whether by example or by strategy, Dr. King always looked for opportunities to build bridges.
Two provisions designed to offset the federal cap on SALT deductions is a big step toward fighting back against the GOP tax plan.
They passed a tax cut, but it isn't going to save them.
Trump's new appointee to head the Department of Veterans Affairs will likely do little to oppose the privatization of veterans' health care.
The legacy of the great liberal appellate judge, who died Thursday at 87
A deregulatory push led by top-level Republicans could turn back the clock to the heyday of predatory lending.
We need a whole new understanding of our goals for the trading system and for America’s interests within it.
When a “thought-leader” magazine hires the misogynist Kevin Williamson, that’s some kind of leading from behind.
Most adults on SNAP are workers, but they turn to the program when they’re between jobs or making too little.
The only way to end the abuses of Facebook and others is to flatly prohibit the commercial packaging and sale of our private data.
Stopping Israel's expulsion of refugees would take a small miracle. This is the right time to make one.
The leader of the San Francisco Fed has been tapped to head the New York Fed, the nation’s frontline bank supervisor. That doesn’t augur well.