Reading Time: 17 minutes An examination of the cumulative effect of four decades of stalled income growth and how as a result, 90 percent of workers gave $2.5 trillion of cumulative income to the top 10 percent since the mid-1970s.
Reading Time: 20 minutes As the bodies pile up, so does the misinformation — which in turn leads to more bodies. Yet, there’s hope, if people would only listen to science. But will they?
Reading Time: 12 minutes Ohio Senator Sherrod Brown (D) shares his passion and hope that progressive causes and the institution of the US Senate can still flourish.
Reading Time: 23 minutes The simple and quaint past way of voting is over. It’s a brave new world and the authors of the new WhoWhatWhy e-book help us understand it.
Reading Time: 19 minutes Cyber criminals may be looking to spread false election results. Here’s how you can help.
Reading Time: 14 minutes Matt Yglesias makes the jaw-dropping argument that 1 billion Americans would make us a better, stronger, and more competitive country.
Reading Time: 17 minutes Only electoral candidates have the right to challenge election results, so April Smith is teaching them how to mitigate electronic voting risks.
Reading Time: 18 minutes The author of What’s the Matter with Kansas? tries to re-energize and redefine “populism” — which he sees as the most misunderstood movement of our time.
Reading Time: 18 minutes A look at Fox News, its power and its stars, stripped of the usual anger and hyperbole. A conversation with Brian Stelter.
Reading Time: 17 minutes The 78 days between Election Day and inauguration may be the most trying in our nation’s history. Will Trump accept the results, and even if he finally does, at what cost to the country?