Democracy does not have a singular definition, which is one of the things that makes it so interesting to me — and undoubtedly to many of you.
Several activists and average citizens have changed their communities and the country by taking important issues directly to votes.
The summer will be legally and politically charged particularly with the January 6 committee hearings scheduled to begin June 9.
Universal voting would be the surest way to protect against voter suppression and the active disenfranchisement of a large share of our citizens.
Older and younger voters are increasingly at odds: Republicans as a whole skew gray-haired, and within the Democratis, the left-leaning youth vote.
We love a good debate — and have certainly had plenty of them on this show. But how effective are they in today’s media and political landscape?
In a new book, Josh Mitchell draws alarming parallels to the housing crisis, showing the catastrophic consequences student debt has had on families.
Jon Meacham recently visited Penn State for a wide-ranging conversation on the war in Ukraine, polarization polarization, and the media landscape.
In the new book Radical American Partisanship, Lilliana Mason and Nathan Kalmoe bring together four years of studying radicalism among ordinary partisans.
Representative Ro Khanna represents Silicon Valley in Congress and addresses the question of dignity in his new book, Dignity in the Digital Age.