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The new and diverse freshman class will be arriving on Capitol Hill with a spring in their step.
Amendment 4 – which passed on Tuesday – gives more than a million people with former felony convictions back the right to vote.
Democrats may soon be handed a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to fix America’s ailing democratic institutions. Here’s what they should do with it.
Steve King of Iowa shows that the Republican racism problem didn’t start with Donald Trump.
I now refuse to sound my horn at a reckless driver. What if he pulls a gun?
Planned closure of polling stations is latest in long and shameful tradition of African-American voter suppression.
This isn’t anti-Trump hyperbole. The warning signs are everywhere.
Prepare for a rollback of progressive achievements on everything from gay rights to abortion.
To be clear: 42 of the 45 presidents of the US had no need for an agency as lawless and heartless as ICE.
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The Chartered Institute of Building and the New Statesman gathered a panel of experts to discuss the wider social and economic impact of the built environment.
The high-profile, progressive senator may have ruled out a 2020 run for the White House, but a lot can happen in two years.
Don’t be fooled by the friendly Midwestern drawl: Pence is a religious extremist.