At the border as with our individual privacy, safety and security should not come at the expense of transparency and accountability.
We in the Native American community applaud the 50 U.S. Senators who, in May, sent a letter to Commissioner Goodell urging the NFL to endorse a name change for the team.
Sen. Reid and Democrats have abdicated their responsibility to fight against arbitrary deportations and a crisis of family separation.
Women continue to lose jobs in the Obama economy.
Pretending it never happened is not an option.
Republicans and Democrats in the House and Senate have rallied together to put forward legislation that will reframe how we approach the crisis of child trafficking.
America has become a nation in which those who wish to exercise their First Amendment rights are subject to systematic government intimidation and where citizens face harassment and threats based on their beliefs.
The greatest acts of courage come from the people who have the most to lose.
“Better to be a dictator than gay.” That was Alexander Lukashenko, the leader of Belarus, responding in 2012 to Guido Westerwelle, Germany’s openly gay foreign minister, who had dubbed Lukashenko “Europe’s last dictator.”
They both had a point. In Belarus, it’s probably better to be Lukashenko than anyone else, gay or straight. And Lukashenko, now in his 20th year of authoritarian rule, is indeed a dictator. He also happens to be the host of this year’s International Ice Hockey Federation’s world championship tournament.
Pressures for change are mounting in India, Brazil and South Africa.