The 2016 election showed us that engaging in discussions about political divisions on social media, or in person, can be intimidating, combative, even toxic. But here's why we have to try.
CNN pitted front-runners against a too-big cohort of sound-bite-only candidates, not allowing anyone to engage in meaningful debate. And that could have serious ramifications for 2020.
Today is the 29th anniversary of the Americans With Disabilities Act, and yet so many people with disabilities live in poverty. Do the Democratic presidential candidates have a plan for that?
Black women have maintained the glory of a party—and a nation—that has never given us a fraction of what we have provided. It's time for things to change.
From Megan Rapinoe and Serena Williams to Reps. AOC and Tlaib, women are showing the rest of America that having the courage to tell the truth is the only way to salvage democracy.
With close to 100 million Americans living at or near the poverty level, most of them women, are any of the Democratic candidates addressing the crisis?
With the surge of new Democratic women in Congress and on the #Election2020 campaign trail, crusty politicians are faced with an unfamiliar obstacle: a demand for responsibility.
Centrist Dems like Joe Biden eagerly believe the GOP are in a Trump-induced fugue state that will dissipate as soon as No. 45 leaves office. Good luck with that.
In a country obsessed with guns, where lockdown drills are practically part of the curriculum, Florida legislators just voted to allow teachers to be armed in schools. We’re headed for the Wild, Wild West.
The Massachusetts senator is laying out more progressive policy than anyone vying for the Democratic nomination. It's time to get excited about her.