With the primary race entering its final phase, Clinton’s smug attitude could keep inspiring young voters to work harder for a contested convention.
A TSA officer in Minneapolis blew the whistle on a request from his supervisors to racially profile Somali imams and community members visiting his office.
Bernie Sanders and his supporters face a critical moment in the election as the campaign fights for every possible delegate on the way to the convention.
A super PAC tied to the Clinton campaign claims a new digital task force played no role in a coordinated attack on Sanders Facebook groups.
Following the tragic death of pop music legend Prince, a portrait has emerged of a humanitarian artist, who sought to find ways to uplift people who were struggling.
The project celebrates Clinton’s ability to break down barriers, and it’s true: she is breaking barriers for corporations to influence government policy.
A survey of editors from print and online publications found most news organizations struggle to defend the right to freedom of the press.
Once again, for the umpteenth time in the Democratic primary, there is a dominant narrative in the establishment media that it is over for Bernie Sanders.
The closed primary system is the two-party system’s key mechanism for maintaining control over elections in the face of declining membership.
Singer-songwriter Bruce Cockburn wrote in his memoir that his songs are “multi-faceted.” Not only are they about “war, injustice, and exploitation,” not only do they deal with faith and grace, but they are also about “mystery, beauty, love, pain, [and] joy.” They are about the power of a “wild place”