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Republicans keep saying Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's plan is too expensive. But their own plan—to ignore the climate crisis—is even more so.
As Trump continues to stoke fear, 2020 presidential contenders have the opportunity to offer policy.
After Attorney General Bill Barr’s misleading portrayal of the Russia investigation, it's critical that the special counsel testify to Congress.
What the sentencing of Tiffany Moss, who starved her stepdaughter to death, tells us about capital punishment in 2019
The Democratic candidate unveiled an aggressive plan to fight climate change, but how does it stack up against the Green New Deal?
They accuse Democrats of anti-Semitism while refusing to acknowledge a rise in white supremacist violence under Trump.
The grotesqueries of Trump are a tempting target, but the economic anxiety evident in the 2016 campaign has been exacerbated by his policies.
Another four years of Trump will widen the conservative tilt of the Supreme Court. So why aren't the Democratic candidates talking about it?
The limits of a feminist politics of elite representation
The former vice president has been renouncing much of his past, leaving little of his record to run on.
How the Bill Clinton Library sheds light on an age of thwarted opportunity
The rush to release a print version of the Mueller report is the latest example of a desperate industry increasingly addicted to quick takes for fast profit.
Democratic candidates are moving away from Bernie Sanders's plan, but moderate health reform would create a crisis of care.
The tech giant changed how Americans buy stuff. It will have to do so again—whether it wants to or not.
The president's actions this week are accomplishing what Democrats have failed to do.
Democratic candidates are embracing New Age ideas to appeal to white suburban moms, but it might turn off everyone else.
New Jersey is the latest state to subsidize aging reactors with credits designated for clean energy.
Speaker Pelosi noted her "constitutional responsibility" after the 2018 blue wave, but subpoenas—and accountability—appear rare.
This term, the conservative justices are dreaming up alternate realities to justify their preordained conclusions.