Reading Time: 19 minutes An examination of how our current anger and animosity might very well lead to greater violence — and even secession.
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.