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And some other things about the country that Donald Trump doesn't know and doesn't care to know. [Read More]
Young women writers who want to make their voices heard will follow her example in the years to come. [Read More]
There are some eye-popping revelations in the transcript of Glenn Simpson's testimony before Congress. [Read More]
The victories of the civil rights movement include Medicaid and reforms to our immigration system. Trump targeted both of these, in one day. [Read More]
And he's doing it in deep-red rural Georgia. [Read More]
He was playing to his racist supporters. Afterwards, conservative pundits tried to defend him. [Read More]
If all Democrats had opposed the FISA Amendments and Reauthorization Act, they could have united with libertarian-leaning Republicans to block it. [Read More]
While the Ceasefire model of policing looks progressive, its reliance on gang indictments is anything but. [Read More]
Banning confidentiality requirements is one solution—but advocates are divided over whether that would benefit victims. [Read More]
Now, 16 years after the prison opened, Sharqawi Al Hajj has joined a legal challenge to end his indefinite detention. [Read More]
Andy Slavitt traveled the country explaining to some 35,000 Americans how ACA repeal would harm them. And it worked. [Read More]
The poet and essayist sees this as a moment of opportunity, not just struggle. [Read More]
This Martin Luther King Day, we should remember that when we stand up and fight back, the seemingly indomitable giants of white supremacy can come... [Read More]
Driven by publicity and money, Trump wields prejudice to serve his aims. [Read More]
Need proof? Look at what 31st Swing Left did in Virginia. [Read More]
The GOP tax bill creates a vast and easy game for accountants to play. [Read More]
Under Donald Trump, the Republican Party has acted decisively on urgent problems by not acting at all. [Read More]
Wherever you live in the world, beware: You've been robbed. [Read More]
By offering a systemic critique of racism and poverty, the 21-year-old is demonstrating how to bring depth to our political discussions. [Read More]
He could simply refuse to renew the sanctions waivers, of course. But there's also a more insidious path he could take. [Read More]