Author Danyelle Solomon discusses the future of progressive politics in 2018 and why it is important for policymakers to listen to their most loyal voters.
Jeremy Slevin argues that Republicans' hugely unpopular tax bill will not help them politically in 2018—or beyond.
Neera Tanden explains that the GOP can't claim to be concerned with budget deficits, as their proposed tax plan would add $1.4 trillion to the federal deficit over the next 10 years.
Authors Daniella Gibbs Léger and Constance Torian discuss how people of color represent an important part of the Democratic base and why Democrats do themselves a disservice when they fail to listen to these critical voices.
Author Sam Berger explains how the House GOP tax bill will strip health care from millions of Americans in order to pay for tax cuts for corporations and the wealthy.
Author Diana Pilipenko urges social media executives to be transparent, accurate, and exhaustive in their investigations of Russian-bought political ads during the 2016 presidential campaign.
In the aftermath of the deadliest mass shooting in modern American history, authors Neera Tanden and Chelsea Parsons urge Republicans in Congress to work with progressives to help end the epidemic of gun violence.
Author Luke Bassett urges senators to vote against the confirmation of Bill Wehrum, the nominee to the U.S. EPA's Office of Air and Radiation, who has spent his career putting industry interests over the health of workers and the public.
How the new anti-Trump Resistance is winning.
Trump once painted himself to be a champion for the American worker. Now, he's leaving workers behind.