This week, Michele and Igor speak with Krystal Ball, former co-host of MSNBC's "The Cycle" and a 2010 congressional candidate for VA-1, about her decision to get into politics, motherhood, and more.
This brief offers common-sense solutions for addressing vulnerabilities in America’s election infrastructure in order to protect the nation’s democracy.
Michele and Igor talk with Vanita Gupta, current president and CEO of the Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights, about the Department of Justice's recent announcements under the Trump administration.
The president has a record number of judicial vacancies to fill, and some of his picks come from the fringes of the right wing.
The United States should work to unlock Africa’s tremendous potential to be a powerhouse of future growth lifting millions out of poverty, a substantial market for U.S. goods, and a breadbasket to the world.
A new bill pending in the Senate could make it nearly impossible for injured patients to sue for malpractice.
Michele and Igor sit down with California Secretary of State Alex Padilla to break down voter fraud and voter suppression.
With voting rights under attack at both the state and national levels, we asked Sarah Audelo of the Alliance for Youth Action and Shaneice Simmons of Rock the Vote to talk about how progressives can fight back to make voting more convenient and accessible.
Oregon’s first election with automatic voter registration suggests it may be transformative for youth voter participation.
Documentary proof of citizenship requirements and illegal voter purges are voter suppression measures aimed at keeping eligible Americans from participating in elections and having their voices heard.
Congress must combat secret and foreign spending in U.S. elections by enacting an enhanced DISCLOSE Act.
A new state law will make it harder to hold bosses and landlords—including the bill’s sponsor—accountable for violating civil rights.
Nearly six months since the intelligence community concluded that Russia interfered in our democracy, nothing has been done. Now Congress has a chance to step up.
This week, Michele and Igor sit down with Sen. Al Franken (D-MN).
Senators should demand diverse nominees for vacant U.S. attorney positions.