A whole lot of centrist pundits are freaking out about Bernie Sanders winning the nomination. They should relax.
It would have no effect on policy, but some activists say it's a necessary part of a society-wide "paradigm shift."
We asked a bunch of socialists what their vision of America would look like.
Common-sense reform wouldn't just be effective, it's more popular than many candidates realise.
Some people argued there wasn't much difference between Trump and Clinton. This year showed they were very, very wrong.
When liberals laugh first and ask questions later.
Last week more than a dozen socialists won office around the country after taking inspiration from the 76-year-old Vermont firebrand.
I talked to more than a dozen lefties who want the government to stay away from their guns.
Before acceptance comes a whole lot of anger.
After Bernie lost and Trump won, I realised the Democrats weren't going to win my battles for me.
Some were angry about Bernie Sanders's defeat, some wanted the party to be a bit more moderate, but most of them were looking forward to the future.
As Hillary Clinton officially won the nomination, the Bernie Sanders movement fractured and made one last stand in front of the media at the Democratic National Convention.