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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.
Only by letting go of normal explanations, and assuming things are exactly as they seem, does all of the Trump team's seemingly inexplicable behavior begin to make sense.
Defeating Donald Trump may come down to convincing Democrats not to talk like political robots. Here's how they can do it.
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Paul Ryan has always been fighting political gravity, and in achieving his greatest policy win, he has ensured his own irrelevance.
If irrefutable evidence shows President Trump accepted bribes from corporations and oligarchs, the argument to wait and see before supporting an impeachment process collapses.
The mainstream media's efforts to hire conservatives keep backfiring because movement conservatism and journalism aren't compatible.
If 50 senators are prepared to risk the credibility we’ve rebuilt since our torture practices came to light 13 years ago, the least they can do is try to limit the damage by making Haspel answer these questions.
Trump spun a web of lies so vast, it seemed at times as if it would sustain ever more tangles without becoming a hopeless trap. Giuliani found the limit.
Millions are trying to convince the hip hop star he’s wrong. It would be more productive to direct that energy toward convincing the people we know who agree with him that they have it backwards.