Rights and Democracy
New voter suppression laws, and an anti-voting rights court, could put the squeeze on voters.
Time to return Trump’s postmaster general to sender.
Conservatives like to advocate for “individual freedom,” but they’ve never meant it in the way you might think.
We care for your parents, children, and homes. We should make enough to care for our own, too.
The new administration has made some welcome changes, but Biden isn’t living up to all his promises — especially on detention.
Instead of funding only the projects that a single billionaire esteems worthy, democracy demands something different: input.
The actor is mobilizing support for the Alabama Amazon workers making their mark on the long history of Southern organizing.
Republicans and Democratic voters agree: We need to make sure leaders actually represent “we the people.”
GOP senators said Trump was culpable, but he’s a “private citizen” now. Fine — indict him like one.
Trump’s trial is over, but there’s still much to learn about the deep pockets who financed the January 6 coup attempt.