Lawmakers elected in the 2018 midterms are set to supercharge the effort to fight corruption and make democracy work for all Americans.
This week, Daniella and Ed sit down with Center for American Progress' President and CEO Neera Tanden to discuss the 2018 midterm elections, policy priorities for the new Congress, and the firing of Attorney General Jeff Sessions.
Former U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions, a man tapped to head the DOJ despite a troubling history, aggressively used his office and position to undermine the rights and freedoms of people of color.
Democrats made sweeping gains in the House on November 6, as voters turned against President Donald Trump and his agenda. The 2020 election will now be fiercely contested with historic ramifications for the country.
The stunning gains by openly illiberal candidates and parties and the decline in support for democracy should be a huge wake up call for liberal democratic leaders.
After a particularly trying week, Daniella and Ed speak with former U.S. Secretary of Homeland Security Jeh Johnson about the importance of voting this November.
Each election, survivors of intimate partner violence face unique barriers that can prevent them from voting.
Despite conservative lawmakers’ unwavering attempts to keep people from voting, Americans remain resilient.
Former U.S. Attorney for the Northern District of Alabama Joyce Vance joins Daniella and Ed to talk about special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation and the country's trust in its democratic institutions.
These Conservative State Officials’ Lawsuits Attacking Federal Protections Harm Their Fellow Residents
Some state officials are using litigation in an attempt to undermine people’s wages, well-being, and access to health care—and the Trump administration is on their side.
This November, voters in at least 35 states will have the chance to accept or reject roughly 150 education policy and funding questions in the form of ballot measures.
Daniella and Ed chat with Ike Barinholtz about his new film and his use of satire when discussing politics today.
This week, Daniella and Ed sit down with Michael Steele, former Republican National Committee chairman and lieutenant governor of Maryland, to discuss how the current chaos in the conservative movement has hindered his outreach efforts to voters of color.
The Russian attack on U.S. democracy began in 2014 and is more wide-ranging and coordinated than previously understood. How the United States responds requires a strategy that both applies pressure on Russia via additional sanctions and improves the United States’ defensive capabilities against further Russian interference.
Robert Mueller must be assured independence from partisan interference by the Trump administration.