Most progressives would rank Citizens United v. FEC as the worst ruling ever handed down by the Supreme Court under Chief Justice John Roberts. But five other rulings are turning out to be even more disastrous.
It's who he is, and why they love him.
Two new books about the late 1960s provide grist for thinking about political turbulence today.
Clinton and Trump support new spending on the nation’s roads, bridges, airports, and mass transit. It remains to be seen whether the next Congress will.
Protests against police violence worked their way through downtown Philadelphia, in opposition to Hillary Clinton and the Democratic National Convention.
A conversation with NEA President Lily Eskelsen García on what 2016 means for K-12 education.
The prime minister, in an attack of good sense, realizes that a GOP victory may not be good news for Israel.
Faced with the prospect of an airport strike that could have blocked convention delegates from landing in Philadelphia, senior Democratic officials pressured American Airlines to the bargaining table.
Targets of terror in France and Germany have shifted from well-defened government facilities to more vulnerable public spaces.
The Democratic Party’s éminence grise delivers a masterful portrait of the woman and change agent who would be president.
School choice activists met at a Democratic National Convention forum to discuss the party’s education stances, but unions were conspicuously absent from discussion.
For activists in Philadelphia, simply not being Donald Trump may not be enough.
Bernie Sanders has won key concessions from Democrats and accepted Hillary Clinton's vice presidential pick, but many of his followers are marching in a different direction.
Why Clinton’s criticism of trade deals like the TPP should be taken with a grain of salt.
Ignore his few deviations from orthodoxy—he could wind up being the best vice president progressives could hope for.