Many young, progressive Jews are feeling unwelcome in young, progressive circles.
Senator Romney and the latest edition of the senatorial pro-filibuster op/ed.
The Senate parliamentarian has ruled against ramming it through in the COVID relief bill.
A disgraced governor is signing a wave of progressive legislation
Bill Gates and Jeff Bezos alone have lost $15 billion in net worth since January.
Mike Bloomberg’s campaign was forced to apologize for something that really isn’t a scandal.
What lessons are there for the United States in general, and Democrats in particular, in last weeks British election?
In what many are seeing as a rebuke of the President, Louisiana voters re-elected Democratic incumbent John Bel Edwards over his Republican opponent.
Virginia voters don’t like Donald Trump, or Republicans in general, very much right now, and that could translate into Democrats taking control of the state legislature for the first time in nearly 30 years.
Is tipping a social obligation or an incentive/punishment related to quality of service?
Is social media making it harder for Democrats to nominate a winning candidate?
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez already has a Republican challenger, but she doesn’t really need to worry about it.
House Democrats rejected an effort by a member of the progressive wing of the party to force an impeachment inquiry against the President.
The Congressional Budget Office assesses several reform proposals.
The politics is understandable but the result is damaging to the country.
Job growth in February was far below estimates, but we did see some solid wage growth and other signs that we’re approaching what economists refer to as “full employment.”
The Texas Congressman has decided to forgo another Senate bid and instead focus his energies elsewhere.
Bernie is back and running for President, but he’s likely to face a tougher road this time around.
In both cases, appeals to emotion are not diminished by disregard for accuracy.
Former HUD Secretary Julian Castro is the latest addition to the growing Democratic Presidential field.
Federal employees deemed “essential” missed a paycheck yesterday in violation of US labor law.
French President Emmanuel Macron made several concessions to the Yellow Vest protesters but it remains to be seen if this will be enough to quell the protests.
Protests that have killed four and injured hundreds have been rewarded and show no sign of ending.
Bernie Sanders has not officially said that he’s running for President, but he’s reportedly planning a much more aggressive campaign than what we saw in 2016 if he does.
Angela Merkel announced yesterday that she would step aside as Chancellor at the end of her current term. What that means for the short and long term future of Germany and Europe is unclear.
Bernie Sanders could find repeating the success of 2016 in 2020 may not be so easy.
As expected, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo easily fended off a challenge from actress Cynthia Nixon. Let the Presidential speculation begin.
Delaware Democratic Senator Tom Carper beat back a challenge from a ‘progressive” challenger in Thursday’s primary.
Former Republican Governor Tim Pawlenty failed in his comeback effort last night, confirming yet again that the GOP is now the Trump Party.
California’s Democratic Party endorsed “progressive” upstart Kevin de León over Senator Dianne Feinstein, but this is unlikely to stop Feinstein from winning election to a sixth term in office.
A new survey shows that Americans are increasingly unable to tell the difference between fact and opinion. That’s a problem.
Ring Lardner said he would “rather write for the New Yorker at five cents a word than for Cosmopolitan at one dollar a word.” A century later, he’d be lucky to get those rates.
A famous name enters the race to challenge Andrew Cuomo, but it’s unlikely she’ll have much of an impact.
Conor Lamb’s win in Pennsylvania’s 18th Congressional District has set off an inevitable debate inside the Democratic Party about how to approach the upcoming midterm elections.
Not surprisingly, the Trump Administration is backing away from gun regulations opposed by the N.R.A.
New polls show increased support for various gun control measures, including limitations on so-called “assault weapons,” but that doesn’t mean we’re likely to see Congressional action on the subject.
Dodge is facing controversy this morning for using the words of Martin Luther King Jr. in a Super Bowl commercial, but they’re not the only party who may have some questions to answer.