John NicholsThe senator should chair a supercharged platform committee and lead in the forging of an agenda for big, bold structural change.
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Bob DreyfussThrough his travels from Iran to Ukraine, Giulani has become a walking, talking conflict-of-interest machine.
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Ken KlippensteinWhen Elizabeth Warren embarrassed Bloomberg on the debate stage, his lackluster campaign was effectively over.
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Justin MillerThe incumbent Blue Dog held on to his congressional seat, but it was a much closer call than expected.
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Fahad ShahThe RSS is driving both the anti-Muslim attacks and the decisions of the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party.
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Steve CobbleThe Democratic establishment can’t stop Bernie from sowing the seeds of a better future that young people want.
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Rosemarie HoWe talked to Smith about their new poetry collection, Homie, and what it means to create poetic space for your community.
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Jennifer C. BerkshireRepublicans are running away from Betsy DeVos’s “education freedom” agenda as fast as they can. So why haven’t Democrats noticed?
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Tim ShorrockThey fear Mike Pompeo’s diplomacy is backfiring and may be alienating South Korea—and they worry that sanctions will vastly worsen the COVID-19 epidemic.
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Max KalnitzStudents say faculty response to their first protest against over 30 racist incidents on campus didn’t go far enough.
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Sasha AbramskyThe Vermont senator retains great power in the West, among Latinos, and in urban centers across the nation—and his key issues are now embedded in the Democratic Party.
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