Rights and Democracy
The more Americans vote, the stronger our democracy. For Republican lawmakers, that’s a problem.
I grew up poor and undocumented. Here’s what I’ve learned.
The Surfside collapse illustrates, very literally, that a house divided cannot stand.
Will Biden warns about China and Russia, the real war on democracy is here at home.
One conservative activist is weaponizing resentment over diversity trainings into an all-out, red-baiting culture war.
The warning from democracy advocates is clear: Kill the filibuster and pass the For the People Act, or our democracy won’t survive.
Leaked IRS data proves the rumors are true: Many billionaires pay no income taxes. Will that spur reform?
Instead, militarism is why so many of us are poor in the first place.
We’re used to loaded talking points and bickering politicians, but that’s not the only way to make decisions in a democracy.
The 40th president died 17 years ago this month. For women, his legacy is a bitter harvest.