Pessimism of the intellect, optimism of the will, counseled Antonio Gramsci. But in 2016, pessimism is gaining the upper hand.
What progressives can learn from de Blasio’s policies in New York City.
A union president explains how labor should adjust to changing times.
The powerful, largely unregulated technology poses significant privacy and civil liberty risks.
Donald Trump’s wandering, ominous presence at the debate called to mind a famous monster—though his pronouncements were more monstrous still.
It's almost a bit too on the nose to be a biting caricature of American politics.
With five states poised to vote on legalizing pot, millennials and minority groups are key voting blocs.
When did hyper-partisanship begin? Pre-election polling data point to the mid-1990s.
Amid an economic recession, the industry, with the help of Trump, flexed its political muscle to get a special tax carve-out for wealthy developers.
Donald Trump’s exhortations to supporters to monitor polling places in “certain areas” recycles voter fraud myths that increasingly are being rejected by scholars and federal courts.
White skin privilege, that’s what.
Having lost the women’s vote, the Trump campaign doubles down on gendered language.
A case now being argued before the Supreme Court challenges the constitutionality of supposedly “expert” testimony claiming that race can determine a criminal’s danger to society.
A new report finds that the racial wage gap has widened since 1979.
A congressionally chartered control board tasked with fixing Puerto Rico’s debt crisis has been stacked with banking industry executives and faces mounting public opposition.