Author Jodi Enda visits two counties in suburban Pennsylvania to interview white, working-class women—the constituency that helped elect Donald Trump in 2016—about their faith in the president and the upcoming election.
Neera Tanden explains how President Donald Trump's handling of the coronavirus pandemic has damaged the U.S. economy and harmed the economic recovery.
Ady Barkan and Sam Berger write that partisan gerrymandering exacerbates the coronavirus crisis, arguing that ending gerrymandering will make government more responsive to people's needs.
Michael Fuchs explains how former National Security Adviser John Bolton's new book illustrates how dangerous President Donald Trump has been to the United States and the world.
Winnie Stachelberg and Rudy Deleon recall the end of "don't ask, don't tell" 10 years ago, and the roll that former Vice President Joe Biden played in the policy's repeal.
Miriam Goldstein explains the importance of establishing additional marine protected areas after President Donald Trump's gutted protections for the Atlantic's only marine monument.
Max Bergman discusses how Europe will cope with renewed American engagement should former Vice President Joe Biden win the 2020 presidential election.
Authors Max Bergmann and Ben Judah explain why the United States needs a bold new approach to Europe.
Neera Tanden, president of the Center for American Progress Action Fund, draws parallels between Joe Biden's candidacy and the presidency of Lyndon B. Johnson, arguing that both will be remembered as progressive standard-bearers.
Author Max Bergmann expresses optimism about renewed and strengthened transatlantic cooperation between the United States and the European Union following the election in November.