The shocking excesses of Donald Trump's immigration policy
ProPublica’s Dara Lind on how the president’s workplace raids affect consumers, employers, and immigrants.
It's not just the cost of the tariffs that are hurting the economy. "The indirect costs are enormous," says one Wisconsin CEO.
Bernie Sanders Is Right That the 'Working Class' Is Shrinking. He's Wrong To Suggest That's a Bad Thing.
By nearly every measure, Americans are getting richer and richer. This should be cause for celebration, not concern.
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The constitutional amendment they support, like the president’s plan to regulate social media, trusts the government to moderate our political debate.
The $866 billion budget gap so far this fiscal year represents a 27 percent increase over the same period last year.
Only wealthy immigrants will have a clear shot at being admitted or staying.
Trump Suggests 'Red Flag' Laws Be Used to Take CNN Anchor Chris Cuomo's Guns Away After Viral 'Fredo' Outburst
Do we want Trump in charge of deciding who’s too crazy to own a gun?
Jeffrey Epstein's Death in Manhattan Jail Sets Off Conspiracy Theories, but Police Neglect Seems More Likely
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Trump's incendiary rhetoric and selective law enforcement is encouraging anti-immigrant violence.
After outraged responses from Fox and Trump, Universal yanks The Hunt from its schedule.
Obama denied him clemency. Will Trump set him free?
ICE has already released 300 of 680 detainees, some on "humanitarian grounds."
While the president's mercy might be self-serving, it's not necessarily wrong.
Rep. Joaquin Castro's Doxxing of Trump Donors in His District Has Flipped the Campaign Finance Discourse on Its Head
Political donations are made public so that citizens can hold politicians accountable, not the other way around.
Editor in Chief Kyle Mann talks about being taken literally by fact checkers, whether any subject (even a mass shooting) is off limits, and the libertarian sensibility of his humor.
Republicans Who Support Gun Confiscation Laws Imagine 'Due Process' That Does Not Exist on Paper or in Practice
Here is how the states with "red flag" laws fail to protect the constitutional rights of gun owners.
Deflections, generational conflict, and misleading data abound.
To Stop Mass Shooters, Trump Says, We Should Make Involuntary Psychiatric Treatment Easier. No, We Shouldn't.
Because psychiatrists are terrible at predicting violent behavior, the wider net would catch lots of harmless people.
Politicians never hesitate to exploit a tragedy.
The president offers the worst of both worlds.
TV's "Mr. Wonderful" says that the president has deregulated the economy.
TV's "Mr. Wonderful" says that the president has deregulated the economy in a powerful way and "is a great entertainer."
They are letting President Trump's bogus anti-immigration narrative dominate their conversation
He was hired to bring ideological diversity to The Atlantic and fired days later for being heterodox. He's not a fan of Donald Trump but finds his critics just as bad.
Most Democratic candidates are to the left not just of Americans but of their own party.
The Republican senator has increasingly aligned himself with President Trump.
While the president was launching yet another culture war, the combatants were agreeing to blow the federal budget sky high.
It's a win for Trump; but only on procedural grounds. The broader legal battle over the wall is far from over.
The debate over Donald Trump's "go back" tweets regarding four minority Democratic members of Congress has centered on the unmistakably bigoted words that he wrote, but has missed the deeper point.
His border lawlessness keeps growing
Is it possible for Americans to argue about politics and policy without accusing each other of betraying the country?
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Trump's 2018 commitment that he would never sign a massive spending deal ever again was fake news.
If lawmakers want to impeach Trump they're going to have to deal with the politics of it all and not use the Justice Department as a shield.
The former special counsel's abridged answers to lawmakers' questions changed few minds.
Trump Says Mueller Report Found No Evidence of Obstruction of Justice. Robert Mueller Tells Congress Otherwise.
Mueller's testimony before the House Judiciary Committee this morning contradicted the president's oft-made claims that the special counsel's report cleared him of any wrongdoing.
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Can the Freedom Caucus Convince Trump to Derail This Awful Budget Deal? If Not, Fiscal Conservatism Is Truly Dead.
The House Freedom Caucus could reverse its trend towards irrelevancy by successfully swaying Trump to turn against the new budget deal.
A trivial encounter between two irate grocery shoppers becomes a viral story, then a hate hoax.
The once noble symbol of resistance to government tyranny is now being used to help get Donald Trump re-elected.