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An exclusive interview with feminist and labor icon Dolores Huerta about her life, and what this moment in politics requires from young activists.
How Barack Obama processed Donald Trump's election, and the closing days of his presidency, through the eyes of his closest aide.
Trump’s jobs report tweet is a window into his routine corruption and the Republican Congress’ complete indifference to it all.
A mixture of fundamental human nature and incentives in journalism that reward recency, access, and “balance,” pressure reporters into treating Trump with far more leniency than he deserves.
Roseanne's downfall was a fitting and entirely predictable reminder to cultural gatekeepers that plucking Trump supporters from obscurity to burnish credibility with his base is a dangerous game.
Behind Trump's racist anti-immigrant rhetoric is an army of vicious nativists infiltrating every part of the federal government.
Republicans have used control of the judiciary to motivate the GOP base in recent elections. Democrats should do the same with Medicaid.
The collective shrug over Donald Trump's use of an unsecured smartphone, compared to the furor over Hillary Clinton's emails reveals a major professional failing the media has no interest in correcting.
The origin story of the Russia investigation throws into sharp relief how stunningly corrupt Trump's campaign was, and how frontally it threatened the democratic order, in contrast to the forces arrayed against it.
Trump’s racist scapegoating of immigrants, minorities, and others is infecting the DNA of his law enforcement apparatus, and ruining the lives of innocent people.