The American Staff
Paul Starr, Robert Kuttner, Michael Tomasky
Republicans would never have reversed their views on Russia for Hillary Clinton.
The time for that will come—but it's not now.
Congressional Republicans have set out to undo an Obama administration rule that makes it easier for states and cities to expand retirement options for private-sector workers.
Trump’s new, more-traditional labor secretary nominee is still a hardline conservative—and labor advocates have questions.
Eliza Newlin Carney
The massive outpouring of anti-Trump protests has been matched by record contributions to progressive and Democratic groups.
How Donald Trump will take America to war
Charters, vouchers, and disposable teachers are Trump’s targets.
The Republicans’ quest for a permanent political majority culminated in mammoth voter suppression in 2016. The 2018 midterm election promises both to embolden these efforts and energize resistance.
It may produce a short-lived boom. Then, look out.
They not only need to resist Trump. They need to build power wherever they can.