The Wisconsin GOP’s plan to impeach a Democratic state Supreme Court justice is unsupported by law and would undermine judicial independence.
Passed by Canadian lawmakers in June, the Online News Act stipulates that tech companies must pay journalism outlets if they want to use their content. The U.S. and others could follow suit.
The Fourteenth Amendment automatically bars anyone taking part in or supporting an insurrection from public office.
Google whistleblower Blake Lemoine has strong opinions on the need to regulate AI, as well as to respect the rights of any sentience that emerges from it.
Trump keeps getting charged with crimes. Should we still care?
The Biden Administration’s decision to send cluster munitions to Ukraine is out of step with the rest of the world.
It's true that far-right groups are relying on radio communications. But radio’s connection to movement organizing has a much longer and richer history.
Whether or not a jury eventually finds Trump guilty or not guilty, the mere fact that a former president has been indicted sends a powerful message: No one is above the law.
The branches of the U.S. military have long seen high schools as optimal recruiting grounds. Some veterans are beginning to fight the propaganda and tell students the truth about military service.
Authors Alan Jenkins and Gan Golan have crafted a new graphic novel series offering a stark warning about how close the U.S. came to a fascist coup on Jan. 6, 2021.
The president’s address showcased two years of policy wins, an ambitious wishlist, and that Biden is in a fighting mood.
Whatever your age, you can be a critically news-literate person.
The next two years will mark a return to chaos in government, as an empowered right wing takes over the House.
Take a breather as we roll into the end of 2022, because the year ahead is going to keep all of us on our toes to defend democracy. Again.
When one of the nation’s two political parties no longer believes in the democratic process, what happens to democracy?
She the People Executive Director Aimee Allison explains how women of color are both running for office and voting in ways that demand to be seen and heard.
There are some positive signs heading into Election Day. But there are just as many indicating a far grimmer outcome.
To address the problems of our “surprisingly impoverished democracy” in the midterm elections, Liz Theoharis argues that policymakers would have to take seriously the realities of tens of millions of poor and low-income people.