Opinion: Corruption Needs To Be A Kitchen Table Issue In 2020. Start With Betsy DeVos.
The education secretary is a comically unqualified billionaire who embodies how money buys political power. And she isn't being held to account.
Opinion: The American Left Can Learn A Lesson From Israel
The language used by the Israeli right to dehumanize Palestinians is now used against Jewish leftists. A similar narrative creep is happening in America.
Opinion: We Grieve, We Thirst
The beautiful gay men of Instagram will find a way through any trial — a breakup, a bad election result, a tragedy. And they'll often do it shirtless.
Opinion: It's The Housing, Stupid
If renters voted at the same rate that homeowners did in 2016, Hillary Clinton would have trounced Donald Trump. So why aren't Democrats all over the housing crisis?
Opinion: Millennials Wanting To Overhaul America Need To Come To Terms With Boomer Power
The two generations are roughly equal in number, but the massive political power of boomers will remain for at least another decade.
Opinion: The Real Electable Democrat Is Kamala Harris
Winning in 2020 requires energizing black voters, just like the last Democrat to win an election did. That's what the "electability" discussion should be about.
Opinion: Here's How To Take Back The Supreme Court
The progressive blitz on the Supreme Court is working, and a path to reform is now clear.
Opinion: Of Course Bill De Blasio Is Running For President. He's Got Nothing Else To Do With His Time.
People run away from their problems all the time. And where better to run to than the place he loves so much: the campaign trail.
Opinion: No More Payoffs For Layoffs
Corporate mergers are bad news for the thousands of workers who lose their jobs. It's a different story for the CEOs who can earn hundreds of millions of dollars from the deals.
Opinion: Violent White Supremacists Are Not A "Both Sides" Issue
After the latest synagogue attack, right-wing pundits were quick to insist that a group of progressive Muslim women should share the blame.
Opinion | Bernie Sanders: Medicare For All's Moment Is Here. Don't Back Down.
Those who make billions from our broken health care system will spend enormous amounts trying to divide us. But we cannot rest, and we cannot back down.
Opinion: Who Is Breaking The Law At The Border?
At the Mexican border, US law is flagrantly disregarded by people who know they will never be punished.
Opinion: Say No To Joe
Plenty of corporate Democrats helped usher in the student debt crisis and the surveillance state. But Biden stands out from the crowd.
Opinion: I Taught At Columbine. It Is Time To Speak My Truth.
Twenty years after the mass shooting at Columbine, a former teacher grapples with the warning signs.
Opinion: I Started The Conversation On Joe Biden — Stop Twisting My Words And Start Talking About Consent
Many have tried to excuse and explain away Biden’s inappropriate behavior. It’s time for a real conversation on consent.
Opinion: Why We Won't Sell You The New York Post
Yemeni bodega owners won't sell a tabloid that fans the flames of hatred against Rep. Ilhan Omar and Muslims.
Opinion: Julian Assange Did A Lot Of Bad Things. Publishing Leaks Isn't One Of Them.
What the WikiLeaks founder did to receive secret military and diplomatic documents — the crime of which he is now accused — is what a free press does every day.
Opinion: Facebook Needs To Crack Down On Hate Speech. So Does Mainstream Media.
The source of our hatred isn’t just Facebook walls or Twitter threads — it’s a real-life movement of racial incitement that thrives in traditional media.
Opinion: "Then They Came For Me" — Here Is A Murdered Journalist's Last Column
Murder has become the primary tool whereby the state seeks to control the organs of liberty. Today it is the journalists, tomorrow it will be the judges.
Opinion: False Victimhood Is Driving Young White Men To Murder
The belief that you are a victim of society, despite all evidence to the contrary, is a driving force for violent white nationalists across the world.
Opinion: Mayor Pete Is More Jimmy Carter Than Barack Obama
The last time the White House was disgraced by corruption, Americans voted for a straight shooter with clear moral vision. His presidency was a failure.
Opinion: We Built A Broken Internet. Now We Need To Burn It To The Ground.
In an edited extract from his upcoming book Ruined by Design, Silicon Valley veteran Mike Monteiro explains how designers destroyed the world.
Opinion: The Crushing Cost Of Rent Should Be 2020’s Big Issue
Since 1960, renters’ incomes have increased by only 5% while rents have risen 61%. Whoever wants to be president should say how they’ll solve this crisis.
Opinion: My Palestinian Family's Land Was Stolen. Then It Showed Up On Airbnb.
My children and I should be able to farm our land like my father did. Instead, Israeli settlers run a bed and breakfast on it.
Opinion: The Supreme Court Has A Chance To Push Back On Gerrymandering Today
In the past, Chief Justice John Roberts has ruled the First Amendment forbids the government from favoring some voters over others. Will he stick to his word?
Opinion: I Prayed With Migrants. Now The Government Is Tracking Me.
When I see DHS’s photograph of me, with a yellow X like a crosshair across my face, my emotions swing between fury and terror.
Opinion: We Took On Religious Extremists. What Are The Lessons For Taking On Violent White Nationalists?
We've spent decades taking on violent extremism by far-right Islamists. The lessons should be applied to the threat of violent white nationalists.
Opinion: We Confronted Chelsea Clinton At The Christchurch Vigil. Here's Why.
The activists who confronted Chelsea Clinton at the vigil for victims of the Christchurch massacre explain their actions.
Opinion: The Masters Of Meme Magic Are Sick Of Trump And Going Full Yang
In the meme-forging bowels of the internet, MAGA hats are out of favor and bright pink vaporwave Yang hats are the new hotness.
Opinion: It's Time To Abolish The Biggest Scam In American Higher Education
It's not as headline-grabbing as an alleged national criminal conspiracy, but the legacy admissions system is more widespread and much more nefarious.