An interview with the film’s director and screenwriter about female ambition, Wall Street, and Hillary Clinton.
The party's national convention this weekend was a blatant—and often questionable—play for Bernie Sanders's disgruntled supporters.
Two lefties discuss the latest "documentary" by the right wing's favorite conspiracy theorist.
Just what we need in a Hillary Clinton White House.
A string of judiciary defeats could result in a more devastating one: a Supreme Court hostile to voter ID laws.
A glut of primary attack ads is waiting to be repurposed for the general election.
Twitter has become synonymous with glib pronouncements. But the most enduring ideas have often been expressed in fewer than 140 characters.
He's maximizing the number of voters who'll reject the results of the election, with potentially calamitous consequences.
The strategy of endorsing Donald Trump while keeping him at arm's length is going as badly as anyone could have expected.
The transition process is shrouded in secrecy. And progressives are having bad Obama flashbacks.
Only in America could proposals to bomb at least three nations and indefinitely occupy another be labeled “isolationism.”
Instead of praising Trump’s working class bona fides, progressives need to expose him as an ideological fraud.
Photographer Susan Meiselas documented four days of protest and unity at the Democratic National Convention
The universe seemed to conspire against a successful Democratic National Convention. But now Clinton is off and running.
The party rolled out its old warhorses—while the next generation had to make its own noise.