Fighting inequality by turning workers into owners
Speaking to people left out of the current expansion won votes for the GOP in 2016; championing those who struggle today resonates even more.
Representative Richard Neal has filed suit to enforce the House's right to IRS information—six months after gaining the power to do so.
If Democrats vying for the presidency want to enact any of their proposals, countering recent assaults on voting rights has to be a top priority.
With three septuagenarian Democrats vying to take on the 73-year-old Trump, age is more than just a number.
From her role in a California prison labor debate to her prosecutions of sex workers, the 2020 presidential hopeful has a past of her own to defend.
Laugh all you want. Then remember who the president is.
With a series of widely recognized stumbles in the Miami debate, did the former V.P. just become the former frontrunner?
As the state's governor goes to war with the Democratic machine, the senator-turned-presidential-hopeful embraces its biggest boss.
So much to talk about, so many to say it, so little time—and undoubtedly too much Chuck Todd.
There's nothing progressive about distilling war's ravages down to a half-baked, Adam Smith–style exercise in taxpayer burden-sharing.
Everyone knows the numbers are as unreliable as ever, and yet the political press still hypes every little rise and fall.
With every course correction, the 2020 front-runner reminds voters that beneath the polished image lies a politician searching for a sweet spot.
Why does he think Republicans will work with him after they obstructed Obama for eight years? His praise of a segregationist offers a clue.
In a rebuttal to Mitch McConnell—and possibly Joe Biden—Ta-Nehisi Coates helped House Democrats start a conversation on slavery, racism, and reparations.
Turns out the last refuge of a scoundrel isn't patriotism—it's racism.
Mayor Pete and his husband's assimilation into the American mainstream is not some kind of queer failure.
The former vice president's campaign banks on Democrats forgetting he's been unemployed for two and a half years.
Democrats were quick to condemn Trump after comments welcoming foreign "dirt," but their refusal to do more mirrors a recently retired senator.
In an Oval Office interview, President Trump said he'd welcome election help from a foreign source. That's not just unethical; it's illegal.