Politics

Absolutely Comfortable

A Washington state senator's change of heart on same-sex marriage offers a lesson in humanism.

All the Taxes Owed

Mitt Romney's wealth puts him at the top of the 1 percent, but his 13.9 percent tax rate is solidly middle class.

Quiet Time

Without a crowd to support him, Newt Gingrich was remarkably subdued in Monday's debate.

Tweet Revenge

Hackers take over Senator Chuck Grassley’s Twitter feed to protest his support of SOPA.

Atlas Slugged

Mitt Romney's loss in South Carolina betrays a party struggling to defend the 1 percent in the post-Occupy Wall Street era.

The Carolina Conundrum

Lessons from the primary that shook the GOP race

Politics of Resentment

Newt Gingrich rode to victory in South Carolina on a wave of anti-minority, anti-media, and anti-Obama sentiment.

Dark Horse Victory

Newt Gingrich wins the South Carolina primary in a stunning comeback that upends Mitt Romney's "inevitability."

99 Problems But This Ain't One

The special treatment Beyoncé received when she gave birth may have made the headlines, but real economic injustice gets noticed far less often.

The Misfits

In South Carolina, Ron Paul attracts everyone but the typical Republican.

 

Back to the (Redistricting) Drawing Board

The Supreme Court throws out one set of maps in Texas, but what that will mean is still painfully unclear.

Sex, Preaching, and Abortion

Want to reduce abortions? Make it easier to get one. 

Mega-Crackdown

Today's Balance Sheet: The FBI shuts down Megaupload in what the Justice Department is calling its biggest copyright case ever.

Fighting Words

Newt Gingrich lashes out at CNN, fends off his foes, and dominates the Republican debate.

Common Sense Radicalism

Across the country, governors are eagerly advocating teacher evaluations based on test results. Jerry Brown is taking a different approach.

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