Joe Biden's Problem: A Lot of Democrats Already Hate His Guts
The former vice president is leading in extremely early 2020 polls, but the party's progressive activists are dreading his candidacy.
The DSA Isn't 100 Percent Sure About Hopping on the Bernie Bus
Some Democratic Socialists of America wish their organization would sit this one out.
Bernie Sanders's 2020 Run Is Going to Be a Lot Harder Than 2016
The Vermont senator has officially entered the race, but can he recapture the momentum he had when going up against Hillary Clinton?
Kamala Harris Has to Reckon with the Democrats' 'Law and Order' Past
Kamala Harris is running as the candidate for "rule of law," but some progresssives see her as a symbol of an unjust system.
Will Progressives Buy Gillibrand's Crusade Against Big Money in Politics?
The 2020 presidential candidate is making corruption her number-one cause, but some activists are wary of her record and proximity to Wall Street.
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Don't Kid Yourself, Republicans Are Never Going to Turn on Trump
Removing the president from office will require GOP senators to break with him. That doesn't seem likely, no matter what Robert Mueller uncovers.
Republicans Are Working Feverishly to Stop Minorities from Voting
Ahead of the most hyped midterms in recent years, progressives are fighting to turn out their voters while Republicans are trying to block them.
How to Fix America's Broken Imperial Foreign Policy After Trump
Jeffrey Sachs has a vision of how the world can work based on alliances and international law.
I Asked Experts to Predict the Supreme Court's Unpredictable Future
Get ready for a court that's even more partisan.
Migrants in Detention Are Suffering Widespread Abuse and Neglect
Donald Trump's move to end family separations won't solve the deeper problems plaguing the facilities housing adults and children.
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It's Become Impossible for Republicans to Deny Their Party Is Racist
Stop acting shocked that a Confederate-loving candidate won in Virginia's primary.
Pre-Crime Policing Is Closer Than You Think, and It's Freaking People Out
Hartford is embracing a sophisticated surveillance apparatus that some civil liberties advocates and residents fear marks an ominous trend.