With Trump and Senate Republicans planning to push through a successor to Ruth Bader Ginsburg, it’s an open question if American democracy can survive.
Black Americans braved police violence at Selma and galvanized support for the Voting Rights Act. Fifty years later, the Supreme Court’s Shelby decision ushered in a new era of racially targeted voter suppression.
Success during a pandemic depends on striking “a fine balance” between the powers of central governments and those at the state and local level.
After Hurricane Maria and earthquakes devastated the island territory, grassroots activists are helping ensure that recovery will be more just than before.
Is the U.S. really ready for change?
As an independent candidate for public office, Tiffany Bond might typically be seen as a spoiler in a conventional election. But when she ran for Congress in 2018 in Maine’s
Democratic presidential candidate Julián Castro caused a stir last week when he remarked that it’s time to change the order of the primary states in presidential elections. The current schedule
Thom Hartmann on why we should use constitutional solutions to rescue our democracy from the agendas of billionaires and corporations.
From reinstating voting rights of those with felony convictions to helping people obtain IDs, grassroots and state-level efforts are making it easier to vote.