Every day, we know that people are facing discrimination and violence based on their sexual orientation and/or gender identity.
Most Americans reject the idea polarization is a natural feature of the democratic process.
Financial vulnerability makes incarceration more likely—while incarceration itself impoverishes families and communities.
The House resolution makes no legal claim whatsoever relating to climate change or energy.
The problem of siphoning our nation’s children from their schools and into the justice system continues to be widespread.
Congress should reform transportation spending to eliminate diversions, return control of local projects to the states, and reduce burdensome regulations that add time and cost.
The Ex-Im Bank has ramped up its spending on fossil fuels, with funding soaring nearly five-fold since 2009.
Good court decisions are not substitutes for strong patent reform legislation.
Reforming accreditation—rather than tinkering with student loans—is critical to lowering the cost of college.
The GOP has been waging an all-out battle with itself since the 2012 presidential election