In 2017, I started getting regular messages from an anonymous Twitter user telling me my religion was "evil." Eventually I responded – and he agreed to meet face to face.
The demise of a California housing measure shows how progressives abandon progressive values in their own backyards.
The complicated career of a self-proclaimed progressive prosecutor.
In the early '70s, far-left activists got the chance to govern Ann Arbor. The first thing they did was make weed essentially legal.
The Brexit party leader and his campaign team seemed keen to avoid a repeat of events in Newcastle on Monday, when he was doused in banana and salted caramel milkshake after making a speech.
Young people love socialism. Can a summer of indoctrination teach little Hermione and Khaleesi to love capitalism?
Back in the heady days of 2015, when a Donald Trump presidency seemed even to Republicans little more than a Steve Bannon fever dream, O'Rourke and I would run into each other in the Capitol and talk about punk.
Lawmakers know less about nuclear threats than ever before. A former congressman runs a dinner series to educate them in hopes of averting global annihilation.
It involves a setup and an apparent attempt to collude with a Russian.
He’s a 2020 Democrat going straight at Donald Trump’s America, with a small but intense fan base. Can a candidate like that break through?
I believe the rise in the number of presidential candidates in recent years results from divisions within the party coalitions and from easier access to vital campaign resources — money and media — that were not present in previous election cycles.
Andrew Yang feels he is the best contrast to the current president.
From the taxi drivers and sound guys to the ones who print posters and compose political jingles, these unsung heroes are the most vital part of the world's biggest democratic exercise.
Amash is the first GOP congressperson to call for the president's removal from office.
I have been thinking, like so many people this week, about rage. Who I’m mad at, what that anger’s good for, how what makes me maddest is the way the madness has long gone unrespected, even by those who have relied on it for their gains.
No other legislature has achieved that milestone in U.S. history, and the female majority is having a huge effect
"Out of that short experience came this wonderful, beautiful relationship. I just love Alan."
Inside DSA's struggle to move into the political mainstream.
A former "Onion" editor wishes his publication had gone harder at Diamond Joe.
In an announcement video, de Blasio touted his familiarity with President Donald Trump, a fellow New Yorker: "I know how to take him on."
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