Our longest-serving president would leave a deep mark on the American psyche. But was he saint or villain, and what was his true legacy?
We have endured 40 years of creeping authoritarianism, which now may run right over democracy.
As FDR mastered radio and JFK conquered TV, Donald Trump rules the Internet like no other candidate.
Our nation faces a massive crisis provoked by the loss of democratic representation.
If you think it's impossible for a demagogue to seize control and destroy American democracy, think again. Trump's hate-filled call for banning Muslims from entering the U.S. appeals to many angry and scared Americans.
The candidate has been profoundly wrong on the two most pressing issues of our time—economic injustice and unbridled militarism—and seems incapable of learning from her dangerous errors in judgment.
She took a page from Franklin Delano Roosevelt in her first major campaign speech, but Hillary Clinton is still Wall Street's woman -- a point not lost on some who took in her surreal show at Roosevelt Island's Four Freedoms Park on Saturday.