House Republican leaders effectively killed any hope of commonsense immigration reform despite broad support by the American people.
We don’t have the luxury of excluding big players like Uber, not when extreme poverty continues to disproportionally affect women in the developing world.
Passing the TPP would be a profound mistake for a host of reasons, but for women and LGBT people it is a grave insult.
The business community fervently denounced Indiana’s and Arkansas’ newly minted religious freedom laws.
Palestinian citizens of Israel do not have the same rights as other Israelis.
Puerto Rico does not deserve this unfair and morally reprehensive treatment.
Immigrants who were barred from purchasing coverage through the ACA are still getting penalized when they go to file their taxes.
I don’t want the community’s first interaction with our officers to be a time of fear.
The Pine Bush controversy once again sparked discussions about the old question: is the U.S. truly multicultural?
Reform legislation, the USA FREEDOM Act, has yet to even be reintroduced in this Congress.