The civic function of politics is collapsing, and violence has become the US’s habitual response to social problems.
Blood and stink wash off, but endurance and perseverance are always their own reward.
Marijuana is on nine state ballots this election. Is this a turning point for the US’s failed 80-year-long prohibition?
The Democratic Party, despite its anti-racist claims, has consistently failed to support women of color candidates.
Homeless people in Berkeley have organized into an intentional community to give themselves a political voice.
It’s time we abandoned the Electoral College for a free, unmediated democracy like a majority of the world’s nations.
In a post-Sanders era filled with possibilities and pitfalls, a down-ticket strategy appears to be gaining momentum.
Clinton’s “intelligence surge” appears to be a euphemism for increased surveillance of Muslim Americans.
The Trump effect may enable Democrats to take back control in some GOP-led states on November 8.
The next president will change the Supreme Court’s ideological makeup for four decades.