“You may start off with Professor X but Magneto got a fucking point.”
In Idaho, former state representative Paulette Jordan faces a tough race to become the nation’s first Native American governor.
After years of trying to distinguish herself, Sara Eckel considers the value of door-to-door canvassing, phone-banking, and other anonymous tasks of everyday activism.
Duke University law professor Jedediah Purdy, writing in The New Republic, looks at the rise of the left in American politics.
From Occupy Wall Street to Black Lives Matter, the left has been reborn. Can it find a way to harness the populist uprising that brought Trump to power?
Rebecca Traister’s profile of Hillary Clinton, written after unprecedented campaign access, tries to reconcile the stereotypes with the woman.
Hillary, Bernie, Trump, Cruz. Discussing the politics of first and last names used in the 2016 election.
Who gets to be a “progressive”?