The senator comes out strong against corruption on her home turf during a talk at the National Press Club, but wavers in the face of questions about U.S. actions abroad.
I was dragged out of the conference in Helsinki. If the media want a free press, they must first confront their own hypocrisies.
Some see a covert U.S. policy—under both Obama and Trump—to keep the war going and then, one day, to "pick up the remnants."
At the National Press Club, the Senate minority leader (pictured with House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi) gives a candid response to a question about Israel's arsenal.
Confronted at a "Hands Off Our Medicare" event, the Senate's incoming Democratic minority leader—who has blamed doctors for endangering Medicare—acknowledged the role of insurance companies as well. (Schumer is shown at far right.)
Progressives must go beyond protesting Donald Trump's election or waiting to see what he does. Bernie Sanders has it right: We need a left-right coalition.
The most egregious falsehood in the first 2016 presidential debate was from the moderator. The CPD is not nonpartisan, and this fact is helping to kill our democracy. Here's what can be done about the problem.
Instead of voting for the lesser of two evils, voters can select the candidate they most want and build up those challengers. All you need is an agreement with someone else in order to pair up against the duopoly.
Redoing NAFTA would help stem desperate migration that is the source of much of the Republican nominee's support.
In a video from several years ago, Pence attempted to deflect a question about Israel’s nuclear weapons by committing to the line “Israel is our most cherished ally.”