The Democratic Party claims to support the interests and campaigns of black and brown, but if it doesn’t make good on that story, it’s no better than the opposition.
The president takes a harsh shot at a congresswoman's intellect and Democrats worry that some of their own anti-Trump rhetoric might backfire in November.
America does not need another elite Kennedy pretending to lead us out of the darkness of authoritarian capitalism, racism, militarism and other evils.
The president suppressed his instincts to make himself part of the story.
During the 1960s anti-war movement, many leftists and Democratic Party leaders could not find common ground. That’s still true today.
So far, the scandal has been smoke and mirrors, with no chargeable offenses and not a scintilla of convincing proof of Russian meddling in the election.
Hillary Clinton and women with disabilities have something major in common: They are not seen for who they are and what they contribute.
For those pining for a Democratic Party that tries to represent more than the whims of the rich and powerful, these are, to say the least, confusing times.
The senior senator from New York says he was surprised that nine paragraphs in a 6,600-word speech got all the attention. He shouldn't have been.
Since things on the domestic front aren't exactly rosy for President Obama, the weekend's breakthrough in international diplomacy, in the form of the early-morning deal struck by the U.S., Iran and five other key nations to reconfigure Iran's nuclear program comes as a much-needed boost.