Karla Walter outlines why restricting noncompete agreements and banning no-poaching agreements can boost workers' pay and freedom in the economy.
A Trump-approved government shutdown is a fitting end to Paul Ryan’s disappointing, hypocritical tenure
Seth Hanlon explains how the latest government shutdown fittingly highlights former House Speaker Paul Ryan's (R-WI) disappointing tenure.
Michael Fuchs, Daniel Benaim, and Blaine Johnson explain how the the United States can help protect Uighurs facing oppression in China.
James Lamond warns that Congress should prepare for Russian attempts to interfere with the 2020 presidential election.
Brian Katulis discusses how newly elected House Democrats can hold the administration accountable and push for a better, more measured foreign policy agenda.
More than 25 House candidates broke the cycle of corruption and won. Meet them.
Author Neera Tanden describes how, like Anita Hill's testimony in 1992, the confirmation of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh will lead to another Year of the Woman in 2018.
Author Juanita Tolliver explains why health care is the top issue driving voters to the polls this November.
Progressive Democrats Have a Solution for America’s Distrust of Politicians: Stop Accepting Corporate PAC Money
Author Navin Nayak discusses how important it is for Democrats to reject corporate PAC dollars in their efforts to restore Americans' trust in their politicians.
As the midterm elections draw near, Jesse Lee describes the stakes of a Republican-controlled Congress—from repeal of the Affordable Care Act, to heightened corruption, to gutted social services.