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.
Tom Jawetz considers why immigration has largely vanished from the debate stage during the Democratic primary—and why its absence does a disservice to voters.
Danielle Root writes about why voter ID laws are unnecessary and discriminatory—and how they are being used for political ends.
As Congress begins public hearings to determine whether President Donald Trump's actions merit impeachment, Michael Fuchs argues that the House and Senate must focus on the simple facts.
Jodi Edna discusses the inherent sexism of asking voters if most women who run for president "just aren't that likeable."
Jennifer Grøndahl and Karla Walter discuss how Phoenix's new apprenticeship program is solving the city's increasing demand for work related to government services.
Karla Walter outlines the potentially harmful effects of a bipartisan bill that would gut worker protections for employees in the fast-food industry.
Lawrence J. Korb writes about Sen. Cory Gardner's (R-CO) hypocritical approach to North Korea issues.
Enrique Fernández-Toledo discute las mentiras que lanzó el Presidente Trump mientras que el ciclón Dorian se acercaba a la isla.