Will Ragland discusses President Trump's Twitter habit—and why there is no discernible division between his online presence and real-life actions.
Author Jamila Taylor argues that progressive leaders must prioritize access to abortion and affirm women's right to choose in the face of renewed conservative attacks.
Author Ed Chung urges 2020 presidential candidates to place more of an emphasis on the need for criminal justice reform.
Max Bergmann and James Lamond explain why the results of the Mueller investigation suggest that the United States and Europe should take Russian attacks on democracies seriously.
Progressives Court the Disability Community While Republicans Make Plans to Send It to the Poor House
Author Rebecca Cokley argues that the Trump administration's budget demonstrates that congressional Republicans would like to halt the disability community's hard-fought gains.
Author Juanita Tolliver argues that it is time to end the sexist double standard for women running for office; instead of speculating about candidates' "likability," news outlets need to focus on their policy ideas, accomplishments, and merit.
Max Bergmann and James Lamond explain why foreign interference in the 2020 election cycle is almost guaranteed—and what democrats can do to prevent a repeat of 2016.
Neera Tanden argues it was Nancy Pelosi's political prowess and experience that ended the shutdown—and will serve her well in her second term as House speaker.
Andy Green writes about the progressive priorities of the House of Representatives in 2019.
Karla Walter outlines why restricting noncompete agreements and banning no-poaching agreements can boost workers' pay and freedom in the economy.