The Justice Department’s decision to shut down private prisons could signal the end of an era.
And his loss will leave the Republican Party in an impossible bind.
He's trying to win over African-Americans and LGBTQ Americans by making them hate other minorities.
First, the GOP nominee was an Obama Birther. Now he's a Clinton Deather.
A conservative meme resurfaces after the deadly flooding in Baton Rouge.
The 1988 Summer Games set the template for the “neurotic” model of economic development that has plagued Rio and other Olympic cities.
The right-wing bubble must address its vices—and consider these solutions.
And if he does, it will be all the media's fault.
Some journalists believe he's brilliant and cunning. They are very wrong.
Aetna’s decision this week to pull out of state-based exchanges is the latest evidence that more reform is needed.
With populism on the rise in both parties, it has become fashionable for elites to bash the masses. But we need more democracy, not less.
Becky Bond, who spearheaded digital organizing for Sanders, explains how the campaign mobilized millions of volunteers—and what it means for the future.
The Republican nominee is losing the race, but he’s building his brand.
The Nobel Prize–winning economist discusses Brexit, globalization, and the perils of austerity.
Political machines were corrupt to the core—but they were also incredibly effective. Democrats should bring them back.
How progressive congressional candidates can fight Republican super PACs.
Liberals are quick to cite his racism, but that's not the only factor.
But her opportunism could be the left's opportunity.